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The 5 Most Lethal Mistakes in Product Development

BrainMates

On average, about 40% of the products launched by organisations are failing to meet their intended objectives.

A Continuous Product Discovery Framework for Agile teams

The Product Coalition

Product Discovery describes the iterative process of making sure that the right product gets built for the right audience. Continue reading on Product Coalition ». process ux-research discovery product-management product

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Creating ethical product principles

Mind the Product

Recent news on Facebook’s job advert bias is an unfortunate example of the responsibility all product people need to be aware of: what we build impacts the behaviour of our users for good or ill. It raises the importance of ethical product principles. [.]

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Dealing with an Underperforming Development Team

Roman Pichler

Listen to this article: [link]. What is Bad Performance? Before I discuss how you can help an underachieving team, let’s briefly explore what good performance looks like, assuming that an agile, Scrum-based process is used.

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.

In Pursuit of the Checkered Flag: The Challenge of Developing a Driverless Race Car System

Product Management Unpacked

CMU Master of Science in Product Management program student Erick Valencia landed a PM experience of a lifetime as part of a student team developing a driverless race car system to race in the Indy Autonomous Challenge. Product Managers often face a race to the finish, so to speak.

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Tame Daily Distractions With a ‘Precommitment Pact’

Nir Eyal

The post Tame Daily Distractions With a ‘Precommitment Pact’ appeared first on Nir and Far. Distraction

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2022 Product Conference List

Product Talk

We are starting to pull together our list of 2022 product conferences. This list is by no means exhaustive. If you know of product conferences that are not on the list and you think they should be, please send an email to conferences@producttalk.org. We’ll also keep updating this list as we hear about more events. Are you looking for the 2021 Product Conferences list? Find it here. February . Location. Feb 2–9. ProductWorld. Virtual and Oakland, CA. Feb 15.

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Designing beyond devices – Cheryl Platz on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

Just when you’ve finally convinced everyone to work mobile-first, the world goes multimodal.

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Top 10: Why Salespeople Don’t Use Corporate Positioning Decks

Proficientz

Directly from many salespeople (clients) over the past 20 years, here are the most popular responses (in no particular order) to the question, “Why don’t you use the corporate positioning deck? “ Too much fluff. I would never say those words to a prospect or customer.

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.

5 Product-led Strategies that will Protect Your Product Vision

ProductCraft

Developing a clear product vision is among the most worthwhile activities product leaders and startup founders can engage in. It provides a north star to focus your org and helps with everything from product decision making and alignment to identifying where you can win in your market.

Collaboration And Communication In Distributed Scrum Teams

The Product Coalition

Challenges and ideas Continue reading on Product Coalition ». product-development remote-working inspiration productivity scrum

SUNDAY REWIND: 6 Things a Product Manager Is Not

Mind the Product

Very often we talk about what a product manager should do, what they need to learn, and how they fit into their organisation, but we like this 2015 post from Simba Sagwete detailing six key things a product manager should NOT do.

Five Tips for Your Successful (Hybrid Remote) Satellite Team

Johanna Rothman

You've spent the better part of two years organizing for all-remote work. Now, your managers want people back in the office. However, your team won't all be back in the same time and space. People get to choose which days (and possibly hours) they come into the office.

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.

Top Customer Success Influencers and Strategists to Follow

UserIQ

Customer Success Influence. Having access to career and industry-related guidance is easier than ever with the help of the digital world. LinkedIn, not without its faults, is still an excellent resource to tap when looking for strategy and inspiration.

What does it really mean to design a ‘consistent’ API?

The Product Coalition

The API economy is booming and more and more companies are launching API first platforms rather than products. With that comes the need to… Continue reading on Product Coalition ». api api-economy developer user-experience api-development

How I got my job in product – Laura Wong

Mind the Product

Laura Wong recently started a new job as an associate product manager at Hotjar. She previously spent several years in a specialised marketing role. Here’s how she got into product. [.] Read more » The post How I got my job in product – Laura Wong appeared first on Mind the Product.

Cybersecurity in the Education Sector Remains a Challenge

Modus Create

Cybersecurity threats are pervasive and universal. However, certain industries are more vulnerable than others. A recent report by Check Point Research stated that schools and research facilities experienced an average of 1,739 cyberattacks per organization each week in July 2021. .

Migrating Oracle to PostgreSQL

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

People leave managers, not companies – 4 ways to better support your team

Inside Intercom

Across the US, people are quitting their jobs in record numbers. . This year, it’s estimated that approximately one in four people have quit their jobs , and those positions are remaining open for much longer than expected.

Product Management Discipline

The Product Coalition

Product management requires consistent discipline. So much so that I believe it should be a key consideration for anyone thinking about… Continue reading on Product Coalition

Epic alignment by Nils Janse

Mind the Product

In this ProductTank Bristol talk, Nils Janse, Founder at Delibr, explains how the best product managers work with feature documents. [.] Read more » The post Epic alignment by Nils Janse appeared first on Mind the Product.

Use this pro tip to instantly send articles from Feedly to external recipients

Roy Madden

Tips & Tricks. There’s a way to stop manually copying and pasting content into emails or Slack to share with clients, teammates, or collaborators. One Feedly Enterprise customer had come up with a clever trick to automatically email articles to a predefined group of 6 emails.

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.

What to look for when you’re hiring a Head of Growth

Andrew Chen

The most frequent question. One of the most frequent questions that founders ask is – I’ve read all about the importance of user growth, so now, how do I hire a Head of Growth? It’s asked often for good reason.

The Product Interview?—?A Technical Exercise

The Product Coalition

The Product Interview?—?A A Technical Exercise In this post, I’ll offer my idea of the sort of technical abilities expected from a product manager. This can be highly useful for hiring managers, as well as for PMs planning their roadmap.

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Build it right: digital governance for product managers by Lisa Welchman

Mind the Product

In this #mtpcon London+EMEA keynote, Lisa Welchman, the author of Managing Chaos looks at the importance and benefits of governance and governance frameworks, who’s responsible for them, and at what product managers can do to improve governance in their organisations.

How Airbus gets actionable cyber threat intelligence to customers in minutes

Roy Madden

Case Study. An inside look at how the Airbus Cybersecurity team is using Feedly to monitor and share actionable insights.

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.

Why the best way to drive viral growth to increase retention and engagement

Andrew Chen

Above: Prosperity Club, one of the first chain letters. This is the type of spikey, bad viral growth you don’t want!

Your interview success can depend on how you schedule your interviews. Here’s how

The Product Coalition

Interview scheduling is one of the lesser discussed topics when to comes to cracking an interview. This is often overlooked but there are… Continue reading on Product Coalition ». scheduling hiring interview technology product-management

How to lead your product – Part 2: Problems and roadmaps

Mind the Product

The next part of our 'How to to lead your product' series. Kate Cladis discusses how to lead your product by keeping calm and using roadmaps. [.] Read more » The post How to lead your product – Part 2: Problems and roadmaps appeared first on Mind the Product.