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6 trends that will shape product management in 2022


This piece is a collaboration between Stephen Walker II, Senior Product Director at Productboard, and Scott Baldwin, Community Lead & Product Evangelist at Productboard. 2021 was another year of change and unpredictability.

How to Manage Your CEO

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Product leaders and CEOs tend to have complicated relationships because of the obvious overlap in their responsibilities. Managing your CEO is one of the most important skills that you can master as a product leader. Here’s a quick start guide.


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A tale of two Product Managers

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This is tale of two Product Managers. It tells you how you can switch to Product Manager role in much less time and how the hiring managers rate you

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The Power of PM Professional Development Planning [+Webinar]

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Product leaders understand that training and development are an effective means for empowering employees. However, it is also paramount that product leaders mind the gap – the skills gap. The one that often prevents teams and individuals from accomplishing goals.

The Convergence of Product Analytics & Customer Outcomes During Uncertain Times

Speaker: John Mansour - University President Product Management University

In this webinar, we’ll discuss a true outside-in approach for becoming product-led and how it can help you drive growth, even in uncertain economic times.

A case study: Building a product without any full-time product managers

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In this post, you will learn how you can build an effective operating team of up to 30 people without the need for a full-time Product Manager.

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How product managers can use the Modified Agile for Hardware Development Framework. Today we are talking about using a modified version of Scrum for hardware projects. Many teams have tried adopting Scrum for developing hardware products, not always successfully.

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