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An Outcomes-Driven Approach To Business Agility

Agile Velocity

A free, 1-hour webinar on the Path to Agility® – Introducing a simple yet powerful way to profoundly better outcomes. See firsthand how Path to Agility makes sense of Agile transformations. Get specific answers to your chronic transformation challenges.

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Skills to Make Working With Engineers Easier

Mind the Product

I believe that product managers should take the time to discuss new product hypotheses and planned features with the engineers they work with. It helps them to be able to plan a project roadmap as precisely as possible.

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How to Reduce Stress as a Product Manager


In 2017, I came across GlassDoor’s top 50 jobs. Like we all do, I first looked for my own role. I scrolled to “product manager” and was happy to see the job on the list next to a nice six-figure average salary. But then I saw the job satisfaction: 3.4. As I scrolled through the.

Delegation for Product Leaders

Mironov Consulting

A topic that’s come up several times recently in my product leader coaching sessions: how much to delegate to the (individual contributor) product managers on our teams – including different ways of building product skills and balancing personal empowerment against good results.

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From Build to Buy: The Path to Better Analytics for Your Application

Speaker: Ardeshir Ghanbarzadeh, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Logi Analytics

Making the transition from building your analytics in-house to investing in a third-party embedded solution can be complicated.Watch this webinar with Ardeshir Ghanbarzadeh, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Logi Analytics, for tips on making the transition as smooth as possible, and getting on the right path to better analytics for your app!

How to Price Your Product in a Startup

Mind the Product

I’m sure you’ve heard about strategic or value-based pricing, where price is determined according to the value it creates for the customer. It sounds great, we all want to avoid overpricing or underpricing our product and any subsequent revenue loss, but how do we do it?

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Applying the Maslow?s Hierarchy of Needs to product management


As humans, we all have basic needs: food, water, air, shelter, and safety — to name just a few. And according to psychologist Abraham Maslow, these needs are structured in a pyramid, the Hierarchy of Needs.

The Best Associate Product Manager Programs (2021 APM)

PMLesson's Ace the PM Interview

Product Management is notoriously difficult to get into. This challenge is especially augmented for those just graduating from college with minimal exposure to product management.

Making Product Decisions With Conviction


Scoping out a new product initiative can be a huge challenge. The average person makes around 35,000 decisions each day, and product leaders probably make even more. After all, your product can go in thousands of different directions. Should you tackle the most requested feature set?

3 Obstacles to Creating Stickier Products and How to Overcome Them


Here are three common obstacles to creating stickier products and how to overcome them. How You See Your Users. The number one most difficult thing for all of us is to see our users through the lens of the job they do instead of seeing them through the lens of our products.

The North Star Playbook

Every product needs a North Star. In this guide, we will show you the metrics product managers need to tie product improvements to revenue impact. If you are looking for a more-focused, less-reactive way to work, this guide is for you.

Making Decisions That Scale ? Julia Whitney on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

In previous roles, Julia Whitney led teams at WGBH and the BBC, so she’s familiar with rooms full of people in meetings where decisions not only don’t get made, they’re sometimes actively avoided.

Designing apps for kids: a reading app user experience

Imaginary Cloud - Design

With the boom of digital, education can't be left behind. Although perceived by many as a threat to traditional education, web and mobile apps can play a big role in children's cognitive development. From a design perspective, there's still a lot to be done.

Three New Tools You Need to Master to Build an Invincible Company


Leading innovation is hard. It involves creating the right culture, guiding innovation teams, and investing in the right ideas and business models. Without the right toolkit, this would almost be an impossible task.

Determining the Value of Your Product Portfolio


Are there any simple ways to determine the value of our products in a way that can be measured? The simplest way to quantify the value of your product portfolio, your solutions and your products is to do it from the customer’s viewpoint.

How to Choose the Best Embedded Analytics Solution to Modernize Your Application

If you are looking to modernize your application to improve competitiveness, then one of the quickest wins you can have is to embed sophisticated analytics that will wow your existing and prospective customers.

Decision Supervision – Structured Thinking for Product People by Lucy Spence

Mind the Product

As product managers, we very rarely operate in isolation, and we’re more effective when we’re able to influence decisions being made around us.

How To Manage Product Ideas

The Product Coalition

The misconception is PM’s come up with product ideas. We don’t. We manage other people’s ideas. Continue reading on ». product startup programming product-management technology

Rework Online Training Part 6: My Guidelines

Johanna Rothman

I'm pretty sure that online training isn't going to go away even when some people return to the office. I have already evolved my workshops to several possibilities of “training”: Short-form webinar (20-60 minutes of me delivering content, minimum interaction).

TEI 283: 2020 Summit Lessons Learned – with Chad McAllister

Product Innovation Educators

Lessons Learned from launching The Everyday Innovator Virtual Summit.

Why Smoking Costs Employers More Than They Realize

Your employees are smoking, and at a cost of $7,000 per year for each employee who smokes, that adds up - fast! This free report will show you how an effective cessation program pays for itself.

The Dreaded ‘R’s: Refactor, Re-write, Re-build by Sally Brogan

Mind the Product

Does plaster fall off the walls every time you paint your house? Do you have to walk through the kitchen to get to the shower? Do you have enough bedrooms for your family?

Why Generalists Make Better Product Managers

The Product Coalition

Research suggests that generalists are more creative, better problem solvers and lateral thinkers — aka ideal Product Managers Continue reading on ». agile product-leadership product-management startup product

Eight expert tips for transitioning from in-lab to remote user research


Mary Luong, Ph.D, offers some best practice advice on how researchers who are used to in-lab, in-person UX research can transition to remote, while still remaining user-centric. The following tips are taken from our latest on-demand webinar , where Mary Luong, Sr.

Announcing the 2020 GameChanger Award Winners


DRUM ROLL PLEASE…AND THE 2020 GAMECHANGER AWARD WINNERS ARE… . First and foremost, for everyone who joined us online last week for the absolutely unprecedented Pulse Everywhere.

The Product Manager's Guide to Retention

This book walks through multiple aspects of retention, including why it’s so important, how to best measure it, and how to set goals for the different stages of retention. It also provides strategies for improving retention across the customer journey.

MTP Leader Panel: Leading Product in Uncertain Times

Mind the Product

Smack bang in the middle of the COVID crisis, it seemed only right that our first MTP Leader panel should tackle something currently at the forefront of most leaders’ minds – leading in uncertain times.

17 Real Product Manager Interview Questions and Answers

The Product Coalition

Prep with these and nail the interview. Continue reading on ». business recruiting job-interview interview product-management

Did Feature Flags Kill the Canary?


The increased usage of feature flags and canary releases (also “canary deployments”) in software development has had a tremendous impact on the overall release process for software companies globally.

5 Ways the Product Community Can Inspire the World – Part 2: Frameworks

Modus Create

This is the second part of an article series about how the technology and product communities can help the world to pivot and work as a cross-functional team by sharing their experiences dealing with uncertainty, difficult decisions, emotions, and data.

Just launched! 2020 Customer Education Benchmarks and Trends Report

Based on a survey of more than 250+ external education teams, Skilljar has compiled this report on current trends including budgets, integrations, team structure, and more. In this report, see how companies across a variety of industries are building, optimizing, and measuring their training programs.

Growth as a Product Person

Mind the Product

In February 2015, a small group of enthusiastic Auckland-based product managers got together to hold the very first Product Management Auckland Meetup event. Now, 59 events and nearly 3500 members later here we’ve marked this milestone with five lightning talks on the theme, “How I’ve grown”.

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10 Best Data Visualization Platforms for Product Managers

The Product Coalition

What is Data Visualization? More than just making numbers look pretty, data visualization is the graphical representation of information. Graphs, charts, maps, and tables are powerful communication tools, helping to make data more accessible.

Event Recap: Navigating Products Through Change

BrainStation Product Management

Scrapping the Roadmap: Navigating Products Through Change , the latest in BrainStation’s Thought Leadership Series, took place yesterday and the panel discussion again attracted thousands of professionals around the world.