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280 Group Publishes 2nd Edition of its Product Management Skills Benchmark Report

280 Group

Download the Product Management Skills Benchmark Report, 2nd Edition. Based on over 4000 responses, the report provides the most comprehensive view of where product professionals excel – and where they can improve.

A case study: crafting OKRs at Printify

Mind the Product

In this article, we’ll share our good and bad experiences in setting, measuring, and testing OKRs goals against the fluctuations of print-on-demand eCommerce. [.] Read more » The post A case study: crafting OKRs at Printify appeared first on Mind the Product. Guest Post OKRs

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Three Key Product Management Lessons from the Founder and CEO of productLivity

Apptentive

Whether you’re new to the product management field or a seasoned professional, it’s always valuable to learn from your peers’ lived experiences.

The Pinky Promise: Stick To your Goals–Or Lose Some Blood

Nir Eyal

The post The Pinky Promise: Stick To your Goals–Or Lose Some Blood appeared first on Nir and Far. Self Discipline

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The Practical Guide to Using a Semantic Layer for Data & Analytics

Read about real-life examples and see quantifiable results by leveraging a semantic layer to unlock data for AI & BI at scale.

PODCAST on Product Led Growth

Proficientz

Join John Mansour and Paul Heller for an insightful 30-minute podcast on product led growth and making the transition from a direct sales model.

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[Webinar] Product Lessons from Experts at Disney, Redfin, and T-Mobile

Apptentive

Coffee and PMs are the perfect blend. Get your cup of coffee ready and watch our product management panel discussion in the comfort of your own office or home. You will be hearing from product professionals from leading brands like Disney, Redfin, and T-Mobile.

Definition Playbook

The Product Coalition

Guest post by Rebecca Monfries, Head of Delivery at Terem Technologies, and Nathan Bruce, Lead Business Analyst at Terem Technologies. Word from Scott: Over the years we’ve helped many different teams bridge the gap between discovering requirements and getting them ready for deployment.

Invisible Women as Part of Security Questions

Johanna Rothman

The good news is most sites realize we, the users, need nudges to create strong passwords. The bad news is too many of those nudges reject strong passwords from password managers. (I I use and am happy with 1Password.).

How to connect strategy with OKRs

Mind the Product

To maximise the effectiveness of OKRs, teams must connect them to their overarching business strategy. Learn how from Nacho Bassino, Director of Product at XING, about ‘Connecting Strategy to OKRs' [.] Read more » The post How to connect strategy with OKRs appeared first on Mind the Product.

Building Product to Enhance Customer Support: The Key to Customer Retention in an E-commerce Business

Speaker: Bhavana Angadi, Senior Product Manager at Hopscotch (Demand & Growth) | Former Product Manager at Bigbasket

Join Bhavana Angadi, Senior Product Manager at Hopscotch, as she details the best way to increase customer retention.

Finding Language/Market Fit: How to Make Customers Feel Like You’ve Read Their Minds

First Round Review

After more than a decade of running B2B growth teams at PayPal and investing at 500 Startups, Matt Lerner now spends his days helping early-stage startups with growth.

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It’s All About The Relationships

The Product Coalition

4 important product management relationships and why they matter Continue reading on Product Coalition ». product-management design software-development marketing customer-success

Setting Product OKRs – 5 Mistakes That Might Be Holding Your Team Back

Dragonboat

When it comes to setting product OKRs (objectives and key results), there are several rules of thumb that most who are familiar with this goal framework already follow. For example, objectives should be aspirational enough to motivate team members, and key results shouldn’t be easy targets.

Let’s talk about Objectives and Key Results

Mind the Product

Product leader, Federico Iglesias delves into the elements of OKRs in product management, and discusses how they can be utilised best for teams in his post ‘Let’s talk about OKRs’. [.] Read more » The post Let’s talk about Objectives and Key Results appeared first on Mind the Product.

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.

How product managers are taking their businesses to the next level

ProductCraft

The business world has seen the future, and that future is product led. It’s no surprise, then, that product managers are increasingly taking on responsibilities and initiatives outside their traditional purview, including leading digital transformation initiatives for their companies.

My Story of Landing a Product Gig in The Valley

The Product Coalition

A story about my job seeking experience and what I learnt from it Continue reading on Product Coalition ». product-management silicon-valley hiring interview technology

Use Decision Deadlines to Plan for Product Deliverables

Johanna Rothman

Strategy and Product Feedback Loops. Many organizations ask teams to forecast when the team can deliver a feature. (Or Or finish a project.) That request often means the teams spend a ton of time forecasting, not delivering.

OKRs can be simple – Storm Fagan on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

Storm Fagan — now the Chief Product Officer at the BBC, joined us on the podcast to break down how she made OKRs scale at a big company by keeping them simple. Hint: that wasn't her first approach.) [.]

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Migrating Oracle to PostgreSQL

Considering migrating away from Oracle? Learn why PostgreSQL is the right move.

How to Grow Your Company’s Product Culture

BrainMates

An interview with Kate Pollard, Co-Founder of Circle In. Circle In is an employee benefits platform that inspires parents, caregivers, HR professionals, and managers to take real action.

What Do Product Managers Specialize In?

The Product Coalition

No, They Are Not Generalists… Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels Every time I visit my parents we seem to have the exact same conversation. It is initiated in various forms like “You are a Project Manager right?” or “What do you do in your work?” or “Why do you only do meetings?”.

Quickly discover and collect indicators of compromise from millions of sources

Roy Madden

New Feature. Leo recognizes IoCs mentioned in articles, and can gather them for you. Finding and collecting relevant indicators of compromise is critical to your security, but with millions of articles to sort through, discovering and collecting the right ones is a challenge.

OKRs: Implement well, ensure transparency and drive progress

Mind the Product

Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) are used in different ways. What's more, different stages of the framework present different challenges. To shed light on some key areas we asked three product managers to share their experiences. [.]

The Ultimate Guide to Creating a Strong and Effective Value Proposition

Speaker: Robin Zaragoza, Product Coach and CEO of The Product Refinery

Join Robin Zaragoza, product coach and CEO of The Product Refinery, as she shares tips on how to create a powerful Value Proposition that keeps your customer at the heart of your product development process.

Growing up without growing old: How to keep the startup spirit as you scale

Inside Intercom

When you’ve launched your product, raised a round or two, and scaled the business beyond the early days, inevitably things start to slow down. You used to speak in hours and days, and now it’s months and quarters.

How to Position Yourself as a Strong Product Manager From the Get-Go: Part 3

The Product Coalition

Go beyond communication: have a strong collaboration Continue reading on Product Coalition ». culture values product-management team teamwork

Aren’t Outcome-Based Product Roadmaps Just Roadmaps Anyway?

Userpilot

Product roadmaps is one of the subjects I am probably the most passionate about in the product world. They’re controversial and usually carry a love-hate relationship stigma for many product managers. It’s because of that, that I am passionate about educating others on their benefits.

SUNDAY REWIND: The secret weapon of retrospectives – the Team Radar

Mind the Product

You know that moment when you realise that something in your team isn’t quite? Sometimes you’re the only one who sees it too. It’s never a fun feeling, but often, you’re ability to spot the problem can be put to good use.

Data & Analytics Maturity Model Workshop Series

Speaker: Dave Mariani, Co-founder & Chief Technology Officer, AtScale; Bob Kelly, Director of Education and Enablement, AtScale

Check out this new instructor-led training workshop series to help advance your organization's data & analytics maturity. It includes on-demand video modules and a free assessment tool for prescriptive guidance on how to further improve your capabilities.

When Blackface Goes Digital: How to Go Deeper Than Cosmetic Diversity

dscout People Nerds

[dscout x HmntyCntrd] How anti-Blackness plays out in digital spaces and tips on how to go beyond cosmetic diversity

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Are Non-fungible Tokens (NFTs) a Safe Thing to Buy in 2022?

The Product Coalition

We are already in the last quarter of 2021, with 2022 on the way, several business owners and investors are looking for markets where they can start investing. Every investor knows that investing come with risks and even with that knowledge, investors still like to play it safe.

Insights: Using product analytics to find metrics that predict retention

Mixpanel

Let me jump right in: With product analytics, customer retention isn’t just something you measure after the fact; it should be something you can learn to predict (and then improve). I get it—data and analytics sound technical and scary, something only “really smart analytical people” should touch.

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