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5 Crucial Steps to Building a Clear Product Roadmap

Gocious Blog

Product roadmaps are a great way to keep track of your company's progress towards designing, building, and releasing new products to the market. A product roadmap creates a space where you can set goals, track performance, and make decisions for future development.

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5 Tracking Measurements To Help Build a Better Data-Driven Product Roadmap


If you’re crafting a product roadmap, your vision and internal alignment must be crystal clear. . Too often, product leaders start building their roadmap plans only to be bombarded with conflicting feedback in all directions.


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Get Comfortable With Being Uncomfortable

Nir Eyal

Humans have an evolutionary need to be challenged—to feel discomfort. We may not enjoy whatever discomfort we expose ourselves to in the moment—be it a physical, mental, or spiritual hardship—but doing so is key to personal growth and even just plain contentment.


Ask Teresa: What Should You Do With Insights That Don’t Come from Customer Interviews?

Product Talk

Regular touch points with customers are a pillar of continuous discovery. If you’re not regularly talking directly with your customers, you increase your risk of building a product that no one wants or needs. Regular touch points with customers are a pillar of continuous discovery.

How to Choose the Right Business Intelligence Vendor

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Product Systems: How to manufacture lightning in a bottle by Oji Udezue

Mind the Product

In his opening keynote session at #mtpcon SF+Americas 2022 day two, Oji Udezue, Product Lead at Twitter, examines the key elements needed to create impactful product systems that elevate everyone. [.]

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5 Types of Product Managers in High Demand Right Now

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Jedi discovery and delivery by Lisa Mo Wagner

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In this ProductTank London talk, Lisa Mo Wagner, Product Coach at codecentric AG, dives into the JEDI approach to discovery and delivery. Watch the video to see the talk in full, or read on for an overview of the key points. [.]

MotoGP vs. Top Fueled Dragster

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You are riding the average $250,000 Honda MotoGP bike. Over a mile up the road, a Top Fuel dragster is staged and ready to launch down a quarter mile strip as you pass. You have the advantage of a flying start.

How to Run Your Business Like a CPO: Product Management From a Pro

Speaker: Karl Rumelhart, CPO at Gainsight

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The 6-Step Checklist to Improve Your Mobile Feedback Strategy


At the end of the day, many customers feel that providing feedback is simply too cumbersome, too time-consuming, and too difficult.

Help Your Customers React the Way You Want with These Roadmap Options, Part 3

Johanna Rothman

In Part 1 , I said that customers need a different kind of roadmap than teams do. Teams need the focusing details now and a way to look forward. But, depending on where your product is in the market, your customers might want or need different information. Let's start there.

How to speed up your bug reporting workflow: a case study

Mind the Product

In this article, we will share some learnings about a widely-perceived problem for product teams: incomplete bug reports. We will also discuss how to improve your reporting workflow to speed up the resolution of bugs. [.]

The First Prog Rock Album I Bought

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In the mid to late 1970's I began to listen to local rock radio stations. One of the huge benefits of growing up in the south Bay Area was that we had to iconic rock stations, KOME and KSJO that just played kick-ass music.

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Customer Preferences: How Community Can Deliver a Simplified Experience

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Eight Mistakes to Avoid As A Product Manager

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Customer Experience Analytics: 5 Steps To Conduct a CX Analysis [Best Tools Included]


Are you making the most out of your customer experience analytics? What’s the value of it? The data you receive from CX analytics enables you to reduce customer churn, increase customer satisfaction and retention , and help you identify the areas for product improvements.

Setting product OKRs properly and use them effectively

Mind the Product

airfocus recently invited three industry experts to discuss the use of product OKRs, why they are important and how best to approach using them.

New Computer time

The Product Bistro

No, not for me, but for my better half. She has been using a 2015 vintage iMac, 24” screen, Intel core i7, 8G ram, and (for the time) a whopping 1TB “fusion” drive.

Omnichannel is Multichannel 2.0

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Don’t Do Agile. Be Agile.

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Are you still not quite sure what Agile is, or are you sure if it is relevant today? This article is for you. Continue reading on Product Coalition ». technology startup agile product-management agile-methodology

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What Senior Managers Want & Need from Roadmaps: Predictability and Options, Part 4

Johanna Rothman

In Part 1 , I said that product roadmaps are not like car roadmaps. But even car roadmaps showed places of interest—options—for the driver and passengers.

Rerun: Using retros to create continuous improvement – Matt Walton on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

Matt Walton was one of the founders of FutureLearn, where he scaled the product team and organisation from nothing to the significant player in online education that it is today. He joins us on the podcast to level up our retro game. [.]

Getting Old - Guitar edition

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The Pandemic, and the new "work from home" I picked up the guitar again in a big way. And I have come a long way in getting back to my old level of proficiency. I will admit that it feels damn good to just riff and jam. The speed is coming back. And, dare I say it, my ear is better than it ever was. Grooving, chunky chord progressions, and solid lead lines are back in the repertoire. Part of the way to get there is a lot of exercises, scales, and arpeggios.


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Get Your Colleagues to Run Better Meetings

The Product Coalition

A 10-step guide to more effective discussions Continue reading on Product Coalition ». productivity meetings management leadership workplace

How Successful Product Managers Build Amazing Freelance Teams

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As a product manager, you have a talent for leading teams of individuals with varied talents toward a unified goal. It takes more than one person to research the market, launch a product, and promote it to the widest audience possible.

SUNDAY REWIND: Dual-Track Agile: Why messy leads to innovation

Mind the Product

Dual-Track Agile is an IT development methodology where figuring out what to build is as important as the building process. In this Sunday Rewind post, we look back to delving into this methodology, looking at whether Product Managers can find the approach valuable. [.]

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Research critical vulnerabilities with the new CVE Intelligence Card

Roy Madden

Threat Intelligence. Use Feedly’s AI Engine to get the full picture you need to quickly prioritize critical vulnerabilities and minimize exposure. Exploited and critical CVEs need to be prioritized as soon as possible to limit exposure.

A Strategic Guide to Community Gamification

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