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Get Your Team Experimenting More by Using One Little Word…

Mind the Product

For me, as for many, the idea of applying a scientific approach (experiments, hypothesis, etc) to product management came from Eric Ries in Lean Startup. In many ways, the concept was a game changer in how to approach validating product ideas and getting to product market fit.

Research Reveals How to Take a Better Break

Nir Eyal

Until recently, when I needed a break I’d grab my phone. Whether I was bored, mentally fatigued, or just wanting a pick-me-up, I felt relief checking the news, Facebook, or Instagram. However, new research suggests there are good ways and not-so-good ways to spend our break time. While some breaks can leave us refreshed and […]. The post Research Reveals How to Take a Better Break appeared first on Nir and Far. Upgrading Yourself

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A Certain Ratio – Bringing the Donuts 03/27/2017

Ken Norton

What's the ideal number of engineers for every PM? -. I spend a lot of time with startups, and a good portion of that time helping them think through organizational questions. One of the most common questions I get from growing startups is, what’s the ideal ratio of engineers to product managers? (A A different kind of P/E ratio.) For fun

How To Price Your Product Correctly

The Accidental Product Manager

Setting the right price can determine if your product will be a success Image Credit: Allen. When I talk with product managers, over and over again I hear that the one task that they all fear the most is setting a price for their product. I’m not 100% sure why this is such a big deal.

Why you Need a Sense of Urgency in Product

Mind the Product

When I was doing my basic training in the military one of the things our instructors continually stressed was a sense of urgency. Nothing was to be rushed, but equally, nothing was to be done at a leisurely pace either.

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User Research – Making it Work in Government – Katy Arnold (ProductTank London)

Mind the Product

Katy Arnold, Head of User Research and Design at The Home Office, talks to ProductTank London about making User Research Work in Government. The civil service has traditionally been focussed on moving paper.

Using Return On Marketing Investment to Optimize Product Marketing

280 Group

This is a guest post by John Armstrong, CMO, Zettaset. Product marketing is not an exact science by any stretch of the imagination. However, new ways of objectively measuring and optimizing product marketing effectiveness are significantly changing the game.

Imagine What a Rock Star Product Manager Could Do With Healthcare Reform

High Octane Product Management

Put all your political leanings aside. This is about pure, practical, common-sense, good old-fashioned problem solving skills and how they lead to great solutions! The famous words of Charles Kettering, “a problem well stated is half solved” have never rang truer!

Customer Discovery Series Part III: Leveraging the Power of Influencing Without Authority

Product Manager in Heels

Influence without Authority - it's one of the hardest things about being a Product Manager. Recently, Martin Erikkson wrote a blog post titled "Product Managers are not the CEO of anything". I loved this post because I am a firm believer in that statement and many of the other statements in the post itself. You can find the post on Mind the Product (it provides great content). Product managers have to lead the teams they work with, not mandate that teams do the work they say.

User Research Tools and Methodologies – Morag McLaren (ProductTank London)

Mind the Product

Morag McLaren Product Manager at Whatusersdo.com talks to ProductTank London about User Research Tools and Methodologies. The Context & Timing of Research Changes the Results you get.

Product Management Tools in Everyday Life – Oisin Zimmermann (ProductTank Oslo)

Mind the Product

When you first start building a product you have a lot of decisions to make. You have to figure out what to build, what to build first , and know how to explain your decisions to both yourself and your team.