Mon.Feb 22, 2021

Product Managers Start To Use Robots To Deliver Groceries

The Accidental Product Manager

Delivering groceries using robots may be easier than creating self-driving cars Image Credit: Photo by Sagar Sawant on Unsplash. When it comes time for you to get some groceries, what do you do? If you are like most of us, you jump into your car. Drive to the grocery store.

The Ultimate Guide to Liars and Lying: Everyone Falls Into These 4 Types

Nir Eyal

The post The Ultimate Guide to Liars and Lying: Everyone Falls Into These 4 Types appeared first on Nir and Far. Integrity

266
266
Insiders

Sign Up for our Newsletter

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Qualitative Research — You Asked, We Answered

280 Group

This month, we presented the webinar, Fueling Your Product Strategy with Qualitative Research. You can view the accompanying blog post as a primer to learn about how you can better extract insights from your research.

Building a new Social Future by Aditya Mukherjee

Mind the Product

Customer centricity is a core value at Indian social startup Hike, its senior product manager Aditya Mukherjee relates in this talk to ProductTank Delhi, which looks to examine why customer centricity is difficult to crack.

PROJECT TO PRODUCT: Building the Right Thing in the Right Way

Old and out-of-date project management principles are still very much in place in countless organizations. However, organizations are finding the solution to their problems, and the solution is Product Agility. Download this whitepaper to learn more!

What 14 startup investors and advisors taught us about chasing (and finding) product-market fit

Mixpanel

Table of Contents The problem with defining product-market fit In search of quantitative indicators of product-market fit 6 things about measuring product-market fit 1. Nothing matters more than retention 2. There are other indicators along the way 3.

More Trending

Bug-Bashing for Fun and Profit

The Product Coalition

Illustration by David Graham Do you want your new product or big feature to look, feel, and work great when it hits your customers’ hands? A good bug bash can help. A bug-what?? A bug bash. It’s an intensive and fun exercise where you put a thing you’ve built through its paces.

Consultants: Clarify Engagements You Will and Will Not Take

Johanna Rothman

When you're starting off as a consultant, you might take the first one or two engagements a client offers. However, at some point, you'll see an engagement that is wrong. It's wrong for the client. It's wrong for you. No one will see the results either of you wants. What should you do?

How is Blockchain Transforming Vaccine Distribution?

The Product Coalition

Image by Steven Cornfield on Unsplash Blockchain, the distributed ledger technology, has disrupted every industry worldwide. As the technology moves towards its maturity, more varied potential applications, we get.

Banking on Bad UX vol. 2: The 1s and 0s of a $900,000,000 UI mistake

TryMyUI

Sometimes, "usable" doesn't actually mean "usable" in the UX sense. Citibank is out $500 million on a "usable" UI that isn't even close to being usable. Learn the difference and save yourself a billion or so. The post Banking on Bad UX vol.

Leading Advertising and Analytics Company Outperforms With a Graph Database

Xandr, a division of AT&T, has built an identity graph that connects information on people, households, and more. The company is using this graph to provide advertisers an ability to deliver commercials more successfully than ever before. Learn more.

Product Discovery Anti-Patterns Leading to Failure

The Product Coalition

TL; DR: Product Discovery Anti-Patterns Scrum has proven to be an effective product delivery framework for all sorts of products. However, Scrum is equally well suited to build the wrong product efficiently as its Achilles heel has always been the product discovery part.