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Seven Product Backlog Mistakes to Avoid

Roman Pichler

[link]. The Product Backlog is Too Big. A few years ago, I was asked to help a healthcare company with their agile transition and its impact on product management.

Agile vs. Roadmaps — Ending the Battle [+Webinar]

280 Group

Sign up for our October 15th webinar, Unlocking a More Strategic Product Roadmap using Agile , to learn more in-depth about taking your product roadmap to the next level using Agile. The Product Roadmap.

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How Do Product Managers Stay Close to The Customers at WePay

The Product Coalition

Product Management is all about being the voice of the customer. Customer discovery is an important part of how products are imagined and… Continue reading on Product Coalition ». customer-discovery product-management user-research user-experience product-development

Representing Customer Segments on Your Opportunity Solution Tree (Teresa’s Take)

Product Talk

There is no single right way to do continuous discovery. I can’t emphasize this enough. Recently, Hope Gurion walked through three scenarios where she argued teams might benefit from including customer segments on their opportunity solution trees.

Monitoring AWS Container Environments at Scale

In this eBook, learn how to monitor AWS container environments at scale with Datadog and which key metrics to monitor when leveraging two container orchestration systems (ECS and EKS).

Storytelling for product leaders by Peter Fletcher-Dobson

Mind the Product

In this ProductTank Wellington talk, Chief Digital Officer at BCITO, Peter Fletcher-Dobson, shares his journey with storytelling and how product managers can use it to create impactful change.

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The Biggest Reason You Need a Product Manager Farm Team

Proficientz

If you’re in a leadership role, here’s the biggest reason you need a product manager farm team. It comes down to whether you want your product management function to lead or be forever relegated to taking orders from customer-facing disciplines like sales and customer success.

The New Norms of Business: Interview with Nathalie Nahai

Nir Eyal

The post The New Norms of Business: Interview with Nathalie Nahai appeared first on Nir and Far. Consumer Psychology

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5 lessons in product leadership

Mind the Product

On Monday 27 September, product leaders gathered at the MTP Engage Leadership Forum in Hamburg for the first face-to-face event after a tiringly long break forced by the Covid-19 pandemic. The day’s hosts, Petra Wille and Arne Kittler, put together a curriculum that was more than just inspiring.

Effective Meetings vs. Pointless Meetings

Henry Shapiro

In the early days of a company’s growth, things are a lot simpler. You can rely more on "serendipity as a service" to keep projects and initiatives organized, and everyone has a decent idea of what people are prioritizing from week to week

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Feedback: The Secret to Innovating Your Product Development Process

Speaker: Liz Love, Chief Commercial Officer at ProdPad

Join Liz Love, Chief Commercial Officer at ProdPad as she details how product feedback can improve your product development process while mitigating stakeholder conflict, constant feature requests, failed launches, unexpected outcomes, unhappy users, and complexity.

Learn How Pilot Flying J Uses Apptentive Mobile Surveys and Fan Signals™

Apptentive

The Pilot Flying J product team set a goal to build more features that aligned with what was most important to their loyal customers.

37 Digital Tools for Running Business Experiments

Strategyzer

There are so many tools out there for running business experiments online. It can be a little bit daunting to orient yourself. So here are 9 experiments from Testing Business Ideas by David Bland and Alex Osterwalder, along with 37 digital tools to get you started.

The data says your website sucks – Rachel Obstler on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

How do people make bad products? We chatted with Rachel Obstler, Heap's VP of Product, to understand how we can use metrics to suck less. [.] Read more » The post The data says your website sucks – Rachel Obstler on The Product Experience appeared first on Mind the Product.

What does API Monitoring Mean for API Product Managers and Growth Teams

Derric Gilling

What API metrics are important to monitor for product managers and growth teams

How a Strong Customer Engagement Strategy Can Improve the Usability of Your Product

Speaker: Hannah Chaplin, Director, Product Marketing at Pendo and Esther Edel, Product Operations Analyst at Pendo

Join Mobile expert Hannah Chaplin as she shares best practices and real examples to help you improve your mobile apps with in-app guides.

Expert Tips For Selling Your Brand’s Products On Instagram

Spice Catalyst

Today, social media marketing is one of the best and most cost-effective strategies used by brands looking to connect with and sell to their target audiences. But today’s consumers are leerier than ever when it comes to buying from online brands.

The art of finding referrals and landing job interviews on LinkedIn

The Product Coalition

Are you looking for a job in the United States/Silicon Valley and not landing interviews even after 100s of applications? You might have… Continue reading on Product Coalition ». career-advice linkedin interview job-hunting networking

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SUNDAY REWIND: How to make products that customers love

Mind the Product

With our first #mtpcon London hybrid event approaching on October 21 and 22, we thought it make for the perfect opportunity to turn the clocks back to when we hosted our very first #mtpcon London in 2012.

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The Key Metrics That Fintech Product Managers Need

Mariano Capurro

If each product is a world in its own, each industry in which that product -or service, for that matter- is deployed, is a universe

Assess and Advance Your Organization’s DevSecOps Practices

In this white paper, a DevSecOps maturity model is laid out for technical leaders to use to enable their organizations to stay competitive in the digital economy.

Application Modernization Isn’t Just Fighting Legacy Tech

Modus Create

When radical innovations were rare, businesses could afford to treat application modernization as a sporadic reaction to change. A decade ago, most organizations modernized only when they were compelled to.

How Many Scrum Teams Can A Scrum Master Serve?

The Product Coalition

The more, the better? Continue reading on Product Coalition ». scrum product-development scrum-master inspiration productivity

Third-party integration — Product Manager’s guide on how to choose a vendor

Mind the Product

Integrations are a part of many product managers’ lives. Let’s talk about how to think about integrations, and how to choose vendors. [.] Read more » The post Third-party integration — Product Manager’s guide on how to choose a vendor appeared first on Mind the Product.

Software Economics and Slippery Slopes for Product Companies

Rich Mironov

Listen to this great webinar from software product management guru Rich Mironov, talking about his 20 years’ experience with enterprise software companies

Address the Challenges of Siloed Monitoring Tools

Companies frequently experience monitoring tool sprawl. Find out why monitoring tool sprawl occurs, why it’s a problem for businesses, and the positive business impacts of monitoring tool consolidation.

Best Product Growth Platforms for SaaS

Userpilot

If you want to take your SaaS company's MRR to the next level , it might be time for you to investigate the subject of product growth platforms.

New Venture Design Playbook

The Product Coalition

Ambitious growth plans often require addressing new customer needs, entering new markets, selling dramatically different products or applying new technology. Any single one of these represents a challenge, put them together, and you need some thinking to make sure you’re set up for success.

Prioritised Fireside Chat: Make better product decisions with JTBD

Mind the Product

In this Fireside Chat for Prioritised members, product author and coach, Joe Leech and our Managing Director, Emily Tate explore how the Jobs to be Done (JTBD) toolkit can be used to make better product decisions.

Agile - everything you need to know

Ian Lunn

Everything you need to know about Agile. Agile is a generic term for software development approaches designed to handle uncertainty and change

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Cloud-Scale Monitoring With AWS and Datadog

In this eBook, find out the benefits and complexities of migrating workloads to AWS, and services that AWS offers for containers and serverless computing.

Why Edge and AI Hold the Key to Scaling Industry 4.0 with Jose Favilla

Daniel Elizalde IoT Blog

In this episode of the Enterprise Product Leadership podcast, join me as I chat with Jose Favilla about scaling Industry 4.0. or Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts | Android | Stitcher | Spotify Episode details: Why Edge and AI hold the key to scaling Industry 4.0

Product Management and the Art of War

The Product Coalition

Photo by Halfingr on DeviantArt I’m back from a long deployment in hostile territory (retail eCommerce) and I’d like to share some lessons with you from the battlefront. Now, I don’t profess to be some sort of hero, but I have survived long enough to tell these tales… Lesson #1?—?Be

Simple steps to effective product research – Part 1: Getting started

Mind the Product

As C Todd Lombardo, VP of Product and Experience at Openly, explained in his Prioritised AMA, Performing Effective User Research, product research done well can help you to avoid making a whole load of bad product decisions. But what are the practical steps you need to take to perform research well?