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Trailblazing Women in Product Management: Brooke Huling, Chief Product Officer at Aceable

280 Group

For our next installment of the Women in Product Management Series I interviewed Brooke Huling, Chief Product Officer at Aceable. To read the entire series on Women in Product Management make sure to sign up for our newsletter. How did you get into product management?

9 Skills a Product Manager Must Have

Gocious Blog

What if you could conjure up a new car with the snap of your fingers? Or create the latest smartphone with the tap of a button?

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Products and People


“In the end, there are two things that matter: products and people. What you build, and who you build it with.” – Tony Fadell One of the most common questions I’m asked is how to convince your CEO to take a hard look at how you create your products, and consider adopting the practices of. The post Products and People appeared first on Silicon Valley Product Group. Product company culture


That 'Itch' Returns

The Product Bistro

Whilst it is neigh impossible to excise Google from one's online life, there are concrete things one can do to not feed the beast. I have already removed all the Google Analytics tracking from my own web properties. Including this one.

Product Analytics & Growth in Uncertain Times: The Common Denominator

Speaker: John Mansour - 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.

Customer Love Stories Podcast: Episode 10


How do Portland Timbers and Barak Obama both use authenticity, storytelling, and community to build lifelong fandoms?

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Consider Innovation and Personas When You Create Roadmaps, Part 5

Johanna Rothman

We use product roadmaps to see where we want to go and the options we might take to get there. Yet, so many of our roadmaps offer only a single and certain destination. If we don't see options, we reduce our innovation decision points—and possibly disappoint our customers.

Three Months with the Asus TUF 32" Display

The Product Bistro

When the bonus dropped this year, I needed a new monitor, and I wanted somthing a little bigger than the 27" 2K display I had for my gaming system. The Asus TUF Gaming 32" 1440p curved display was the purchase.

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Proficientz Launches Product Management University for B2B

Product Management University

Three Dedicated Schools For Product Success & Career Growth. ROCK HILL, SC (PRWEB) JUNE 22, 2022. Proficientz, Inc.

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How product managers should use competitive intelligence before launching a product

Mind the Product

Gaining a competitive advantage in the market is a huge challenge for relatively new SaaS businesses. Before you make any product-driven decision prior to the launching, consider reading this article about using competitive intelligence. [.]

7 Winning Lead Generation Strategies to Drive Growth

As B2B companies pivot to keep pace with a quickly changing marketplace, a data-centric approach to lead generation can be the difference between remaining competitive or being left behind. Get real-world examples and inspiration from leading B2B businesses in this whitepaper.

40 Leadership Qualities that Can Make You a Great Product Manager

The Product Coalition

The success of any product strategy depends on the attributes and dedication of a quality product manager. Let’s explore 40 attributes… Continue reading on Product Coalition ». product-management data-science leadership nlp product-development

That was fun - NOT!

The Product Bistro

Friday morning I awoke to a fraud alert. Apparently suspicious activity on my debit card, and the question was did I charge $165.19 to at 5:04 AM. Uh, no, I didn't make that charge, and the quick response to the SMS shutdown my card.

3 Takeaways from Surveying SaaS Investors About the Downturn


Anyone who knows me knows that I’m an annoyingly-positive optimist. But like every CEO, I’m also constantly paranoid. So two narratives are constantly battling away in my brain right now: “The market opportunity for SaaS has never been better.”. The stock market is down by how much?”.

Great product managers harness human-to-human dynamics for product success

Mind the Product

In this adapted excerpt from his recent book Sweet Stakeholder Love: Powerful Insights and Tactics to Deal with Stakeholder Issues Better and Achieve More Success at Work Sigi Osagie discusses the formula for great managers using human dynamics to harness product success. [.]

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Better Learning, Better Results: A Guide for Product and Project Leaders

Continuous improvement is the differentiator that can drive your team to the next level. Download our 4-step guide to collaborative learning and position your team for success.

Why Product Management Might Not Be the Best Fit for You

The Product Coalition

Do you find being a product manager particularly challenging? Take a look at these nine indicators to determine if product management is the right career for you, or not. Let’s be real for a second?—?digital

Something Wonderful - GPU

The Product Bistro

I had heard that the return to earth of some computer component's price was happening, but I hadn't thought much about it. Particularly the price of the most advanced GPUs. Damn crypto-miners were buying them by the pallet and leaving us regular folks to the scalpers.


Don’t miss out on your competitors’ and partners’ product launches

Canadian Metalworking Magazine

Market Intelligence. Easily track the latest product launches in your industry with Feedly’s AI engine. Keeping up with your competitor’s latest product announcements in real-time is close to impossible. We’ve added Product Launches to the list of strategic moves Feedly’s AI Engine understands.

Customer centricity: Part 1 of 2 – Daniel Harris on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

Daniel Harris, Experience Strategy Director at cxpartners joins us on the podcast to talk all about how to deliver that great customer-centric experience to all who invest if your product. [.]

Feedback Management: A PM's Key for Continuous and Impactful Product Growth

Speaker: Hannah Chaplin - Product Marketing Principal at Pendo & Steve Cheshire - Product Manager at Pendo

Join Hannah Chaplin and Steve Cheshire as they discuss how you can utilize customer feedback to help your business stay competitive in an increasingly challenging global market.

Why Product Managers Need to Run Story Mapping Sessions with Teams

The Product Coalition

Let’s discuss why story mapping is needed to create a shared understanding of how your team can focus on the right user stories. If I told you I was going to trek off into the Texas Hill country in search of an undiscovered cold spring (a rarity, these days!),

389: What you need to know about increasing organizational innovation – with Tendayi Viki, PhD

Product Innovation Educators

Innovate for the future – for product managers. Is your organization innovative? Is innovation part of the culture and an aspect of the organization’s reputation?

What a Product Manager Needs to Know About Information Security Roles and Responsibilities: Internal and for Their Product or Service

Spice Catalyst

If you’re a product manager in charge of information security for your organization, you’re probably well aware of the importance of cybersecurity.

SUNDAY REWIND: A product development framework with a focus on problem solving

Mind the Product

In this Sunday Rewind episode, we look back to when Manohar Sreekanth suggested a product development framework, designed to conceive a new product, develop it, and take it to market. [.]

Omnichannel is Multichannel 2.0

Multichannel and omnichannel marketing are not the same. Many organizations are striving for omnichannel, but it can be a daunting journey—unless you have a map. Download your copy of the ultimate omnichannel guide today!

Seven Characteristics that Make a Product Strategist Great

The Product Coalition

“You cannot be everything to everyone. If you decide to go north, you cannot go south at the same time.” Jeroen De Flander I vividly remember the first time I saw a corporate strategy at the ripe old age of 23.

Scenario Gaming. How Resilient Is Your Product Strategy?


Strategic resilience as a topic has been cemented high on every board’s agenda thanks to the pandemic and widespread geopolitical risks ( McKinsey global survey, 2021 ).

Stop Overcomplicating It: The Simple Guidebook to Upping Your Management Game

First Round Review

Russ Laraway wades through all of the competing opinions, complex frameworks and advice out there on how to be a better manager, creating a simple, data-backed leadership toolkit

What’s stopping teams from running experiments by Cameron Savage

Mind the Product

In this #mtpcon SF+Americas 2022 Spotlight session, sponsored by LaunchDarkly, the company’s Principal Product Manager Cameron Savage looks at what stops teams from running experiments. [.]

Scaling Agile With Collaborative Learning

Speaker: Yuval Yeret, Enterprise Agile Coach, AgileSparks; Aryeh Sivan, Senior Director of Engineering, Akamai Technologies; and Yuval Zach, VP Customers, Shamaym

Continuous learning is a new addition to the Scaled Agile Framework. Join us for a panel discussion with Akamai, AgileSparks, and Shamaym sharing successful strategies for scaling Agile and practical takeaways for your team.

The Release (Planning) Checklist

The Product Coalition

A tool to decentralize release planning and foster self-organization Continue reading on Product Coalition ». agile ux product-management release-management startup

How To Make Your Product Special

Tyner Blain

When evaluating a product, a customer may see the product as special, adequate, inadequate, or awful. What is uncomfortable for product teams is they have no control over how the customer sees the product. They only have influence.

Questions Founders Have About Selling Companies

Business of Software Conference

What do you wish you knew about selling your company? You probably won’t know until it is too late. The most common feeling that founders share post exit is that they wished they had known more about the ins and outs of selling a company before they entered a process. .