August, 2013

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Presentation: What is Product Management?

Sachin Rekhi

I recently gave this presentation on product management at LinkedIn that I thought was worth sharing more broadly. Product management in my mind boils down to owning the vision, design, and execution of your product. I start the presentation by detailing what it means to own each of these areas of your product and their associated key responsibilities.

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How is SaaS Changing Product Management – A Research Thesis

Tyner Blain

Paddy Barrett in Ireland is preparing his Master’s thesis on Product Management and would like to interview (USA) state-side product managers for his primary research. It would be awesome if you could help him, and help us all. My Connection. I am a visiting lecturer as part of the Dublin Institute of Technology’s Product Management degree program.

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Becoming the best!

Product Manager in Heels

I came across an article that I think is valuable to share with all of the current and aspiring product managers out there. Frequently, I struggle with where to focus my day-to-day activities. I find myself getting bogged down with project management and lose sight of product management - you know, the fun stuff like learning about your customers and understanding the market.

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Connect between Steve Jobs and the Law of Conversation of Time

SidsAvenue

For my Mid-term performance review. I took 3 days to prepare the write-up going down the memory lanes, searching through old mails; and my boss allocated only 10 min time to look at the performance, review and take a decision. I thought what the heck, is my 3 days effort equivalent to only 10 min of my boss? This thought forced me to think more about this puzzle and the result is this post… The Puzzle about Time… Lets take another, a more relevant and common scenario.

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7 Pitfalls for Apache Cassandra in Production

Apache Cassandra is an open-source distributed database that boasts an architecture that delivers high scalability, near 100% availability, and powerful read-and-write performance required for many data-heavy use cases. However, many developers and administrators who are new to this NoSQL database often encounter several challenges that can impact its performance.

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Interview with Greg Nudelman: Celebrate Fragmentation, Search is Dead & When to Not Build Apps

UserTesting

As founder of UX design consultancy DesignCaffeine , Greg designs innovative mobile and tablet experiences. He has developed mobile solutions for Fortune 500 companies as well as non-profits and start ups. He has authored multiple books including Designing Search: UX … The post Interview with Greg Nudelman: Celebrate Fragmentation, Search is Dead & When to Not Build Apps appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

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Setting Goals: Fall 2013

Product Manager in Heels

As summer wraps up (sad, I know) I can't help but think of some of the things I am hoping to accomplish over the next few months! I am really looking forward to fall - the weather in New England, football and hockey, school starting, a few trips coming my way, and most of all the end of the year which is always a busy time for product managers planning for the year ahead.

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Interview with Greg Nudelman: Celebrate Fragmentation, Search is Dead & When to Not Build Apps

UserTesting

As founder of UX design consultancy DesignCaffeine , Greg designs innovative mobile and tablet experiences. He has developed mobile solutions for Fortune 500 companies as well as non-profits and start ups. He has authored multiple books including Designing Search: UX … The post Interview with Greg Nudelman: Celebrate Fragmentation, Search is Dead & When to Not Build Apps appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

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Ship Late, Ship Infrequently: How Web Development Standards Damage Mobile Apps

UserTesting

Last week I attended a meetup where mobile developers were talking about their application design challenges. One of the developers discussed her company’s troubles with online criticism from customers. Just a few negative reviews can sour the sales for an … The post Ship Late, Ship Infrequently: How Web Development Standards Damage Mobile Apps appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

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Ship Late, Ship Infrequently: How Web Development Standards Damage Mobile Apps

UserTesting

Last week I attended a meetup where mobile developers were talking about their application design challenges. One of the developers discussed her company’s troubles with online criticism from customers. Just a few negative reviews can sour the sales for an … The post Ship Late, Ship Infrequently: How Web Development Standards Damage Mobile Apps appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

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Platform Product Management Beyond Features: Introducing B-MAP for Platform Ecosystem Success

Traditional PM struggles with the complexities of platform ecosystems. B-MAP framework tackles this challenge. B-MAP goes beyond features, focusing on building, managing, adapting, and partnering to foster a thriving platform ecosystem.

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The Many Ways YouTube Encourages Content Discovery

Sachin Rekhi

YouTube sets the gold standard on creating an experience built from the ground up to strongly encourage content discovery. I’ve been using YouTube for years and I’ve seen it continue to evolve the variety of approaches used throughout it’s site and mobile app and constantly refine them to drive yet more video views. Given so many of the experiences we create across the web are similarly trying to encourage content discovery (whether it’s videos, music, photos, news, people, restaurants, experts,