November, 2007

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Great Product Managers are on route to becoming tomorrows CEOs.

All About Product Management

Mark Dance in his podcast for featureplan ( Are Great Product Managers Born or Made ) states that the first rule for hiring great product managers is to hire product managers that can grow to be CEOs because they are: the CEOs of tomorrow and are the CEOs for their products. Adam Bullied, in his blog post Not Being CEO , reviews the common aspects of the CEO and Product Manager role, he states that: “The responsibility of the roles heavily intersect.

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Successful Product Managers collaborate to ensure innovative product development

All About Product Management

One of the key attributes that a Product Manager has to have in order to be successful is the ability to work in a collaborative way across teams and departments in order to bring new products to market or maintain and increase the profitability of existing products by adding innovative features and enhancements. Collaboration is one of those key requirements listed in the majority of job adverts for Product Managers.

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Profit-Driven Innovation with Hugh Richards

All About Product Management

Product Management View blog and webinar series has a webinar by Hugh Richards entitled " Profit-Driven Innovation". This webinar covers key issues companies face when innovating: #1. Why we innovate. #2. Key drivers of successful innovation. #3. Understaning company operations. #4. Innovation impact across the company. #5. Necessity for strong leadershp.

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How Product Managers can avoid innovation traps #part 1

All About Product Management

Product Managers often need to collaborate, co-ordinate, drive, release and launch innovative ideas into the market place. However there are pitfalls that product management need to avoid if success is be to secured. This is a two part series based on Rosabeth Moss Kanter article in Harvard Business Review entitled Innovation: The Classic Traps. The article focuses on four areas: Strategy, Process, Structure and Skills.

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Reimagined: Building Products with Generative AI

“Reimagined: Building Products with Generative AI” is an extensive guide for integrating generative AI into product strategy and careers featuring over 150 real-world examples, 30 case studies, and 20+ frameworks, and endorsed by over 20 leading AI and product executives, inventors, entrepreneurs, and researchers.

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How Product Managers can avoid innovation traps #part2

All About Product Management

How Product Managers can avoid innovation traps Part#1 touched on two innovative traps that ProductManagers may encounter: #1. Strategy: the misconception that every innovative idea has to be a blockbuster – where as a number of small incremental innovations could lead to over all product success. And #2. Process : subjecting innovative efforts and projects to the same rigor, reviews and filters as standard business as usual (BAU) will stifle innovative growth.