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What Is Motivation? You’ve Probably Been Thinking About It All Wrong

Nir Eyal

The post What Is Motivation? You’ve Probably Been Thinking About It All Wrong appeared first on Nir and Far. Motivation

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8 Reasons Insurance Companies Must Up-Level Their Product Managers’ Skill Sets in 2021

280 Group

Download the Brief: Insurance Trends and Their Implications for Product Management & IT. When it comes to adopting digital tools and technologies, it’s “full steam ahead” for businesses in every sector.

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Core Concept: What Roles are Represented in a Product Trio?

Product Talk

In this short video, I address the most common question I’ve received since releasing my book Continuous Discovery Habits: Why didn’t you include my role in the product trio ? You can watch the video or read a lightly edited transcript below. Who should you include in your product trio?

That would be a hard NO

The Product Bistro

A little history. When I originally bought my Honda S2000, I became very interested in keeping it in great condition, and to do that, I picked up a habit of detailing.

What Not to Do When Onboarding Your Customer

Speaker: Jamie Bernard, Senior Product Manager and Product Management Practice Lead at Nexient, an NTT Data Company

In this webinar, you will learn principles and practices to simplify your customers' onboarding experience

Common product discovery pitfalls and how to avoid them

Mind the Product

Product discovery pitfalls, have you fallen foul of one? If your answer is yes, you’re forgiven, because the list is long and you’re only human! But, as product people, it’s our job to be aware of the hidden hurdles and do product discovery the right way.

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8 Companies with the Best SaaS Onboarding Experiences

Userpilot

UX or CS teams who are trying to improve their SaaS user onboarding experience often ask us: Which software companies have the best user onboarding experiences? Who can we turn to for some inspiration? The answer isn’t always so straightforward.

The 25 Micro-Habits of High-Impact Managers

First Round Review

Sharp folks from across the First Round community share the small habits that great managers do, including delivering feedback with care, opening up about failure, and sending praise up the chain

Using discovery methods to create products that people actually want by Jenny Shirey

Mind the Product

Have you ever made a product or feature that no one wanted? In this ProductTank San Francisco talk, Jenny Shirey, then Senior UX Manager at Splunk, explains how product people can avoid this problem by showing us how to use product discovery the right way.

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How Product Managers Can Lead Meetings Well

The Product Coalition

Here are some insights and lessons learned regarding how to organise meetings and your documentation well. Continue reading on Product Coalition ». product-management entrepreneurship meetings leadership productivity

The Executive's Guide to Empathy-Driven ROI

In this guide from UserTesting, learn why empathy is at the heart of your organization's success, and how to promote a more customer-centric culture that's constantly testing its products, services, and messaging to ensure a strong connection with customers.

7 Collaboration Tips for Remote Product Teams

Apptentive

Product teams deliver value through collaborating to solve problems. Even if a remote-first approach isn’t the primary goal, for most high-performance product teams, some combination of co-located and remote team members is the future.

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Future of the Workplace Survey: Results and Analysis

Business of Software Conference

At our Spring 2021 Conference in April the future of the workplace was, unsurprisingly, a hot topic. We had two important keynotes on the theme ( subscribe to get notified when they’re published), various breakout sessions, and innumerable conversations.

Product Discovery — the secret sauce of great Agile

Mind the Product

In this #mtpcon Digital APAC session, Product Leadership Consultant Anthony Marter shares with us a three-step guide for getting product discovery right, which can lead to highly motivated teams that build great products. Watch the session in full or read on for the highlights.

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How Coffee Brewing Help Me to Become a Better Human?—?in Work and in Life

The Product Coalition

How Coffee Brewing Help Me to Become a Better Human?—?in in Work and in Life Photo by Karl Fredrickson on Unsplash My madness descent into coffee started around seven years back when I purchased the original Aeropress. I usually do french press at home, but its just too much effort for me to clean.

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Process, Product, and Profitability: Everything You Need to Know

Speaker: Michael Cardy - Red Hat Chief Strategist, Jason Tanner - CEO of Applied Frameworks, and Mike Mace - VP of Market Strategy at UserTesting

Join us to learn how companies mitigate risks through usability testing and real-time qualitative feedback from customers to efficiently launch and develop digital products.

Convenience is King: How Digital Pandemic Solutions Reshaped the QSR Industry for Good

Apptentive

Over the last year, we’ve published a lot of material about how the COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed the way in which customers interact with brands. The Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) industry saw a huge shift in customer behavior and demands.

Participatory Design: bringing users to the design process

Imaginary Cloud - Design

Participatory design is an excellent strategy to implement in usability research. It considers the users' and stakeholders' participation throughout the design process and can result in great benefits, which contribute to the success of a product.

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The Case for Product-Led Onboarding

ProductCraft

As product-led growth rises, the SaaS industry finally seems ready to start abandoning its archetypes. The false dichotomy that a sales strategy can either be self-serve or human-assisted gradually fades out.

The Art of Managing Stakeholders: [Introducing the Group Mentoring Session for Product Managers by Movin Jain, Director of Product, PhonePe]

NextBigWhat

Product managers have to wear multiple hats. Apart from being master communicators, they need to learn the art of managing different stakeholders across the org. Right from engineering to marketing, sales, support, and of course, the leadership team.

The Top 5 Business Outcomes Companies Can Achieve From Monitoring Consolidation

In this eBook, learn what the top five business outcomes are that organizations see when leveraging Datadog's end-to-end monitoring tool.

Use “Typical,” Not “Average” Durations to Manage Risk

Johanna Rothman

Many managers and teams talk about “average” durations for work. On average, how long does it take a team to finish a certain kind of work? However, average doesn't quite explain why our work takes different durations. Instead of average, consider the word, “typical.”

SUNDAY REWIND: Rapid prototyping and product management by Tom Chi

Mind the Product

Today we rewind back to 2015 at Mind the Product San Francisco. At this event, Tom Chi, founding partner at At One Ventures discusses the lessons he has learned during rapid prototyping. In his session, he shared key takeaways gained from integrating this into product management.

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Why Mobile Apps Should Be the First Preference for Your Business?

The Product Coalition

In this modern era, it is important for different types of businesses to prefer mobile apps so that they can increase their productivity and expand in different regions and countries of the world. A mobile application helps businesses to communicate with their customers directly and conveniently.

Why Gender Diversity Leads to Better Products

ProductPlan

In the 2021 State of Product Management Report , our annual collection of data designed to bring to life the trends driving product management, we found gender diversity, or lack thereof, a prime opportunity for product management teams to create more intentional inclusivity. .

How Collecting and Managing the Voice of the Customer Will Strengthen Your Product

Product teams strive to incorporate customers’ needs in everything they build, but this can’t be done without clear strategy, processes, and feedback loops in place. In this eBook, you'll learn how to build a robust voice of the customer program.

Demo Content 101: How to Use It Correctly in SaaS

Userpilot

If you’ve ever signed up for a complex SaaS product, there’s a good chance you’ve seen demo content without realizing it.

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Rock, Pebble, and Sand Product and Portfolio Management

Dragonboat

Rock Pebble and Sand Product Management approach popularized by PayPal product leaders is an effective way to prioritize across products and portfolios. The post Rock, Pebble, and Sand Product and Portfolio Management appeared first on dragonboat - Responsive PPM.

How I Self-Published My First Ever Book In 6 Months During a Global Pandemic With Just $150

The Product Coalition

“I’m going to self-publish my first book during a global pandemic!” said no one.

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Quick Checks to Reduce Shopping Cart Abandonment

StudioTeam

Have you ever got on a website to buy something but somewhere along the way, you deserted the shopping cart because you got distracted? Maybe you were not sure about the security of the checkout process, or you did not want to be bothered with filling out some information on the website.

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.

Building Insanely Great Products – Yakking Show Podcast

Spice Catalyst

David Fradin talks to Peter and Kathleen about his extraordinary life – developing the first personal computers, consulting, coaching, writing books, and flying. David created the SPICE program as a catalyst for business success.

Product Research Rules: Free chapter

Mind the Product

As product people, we know we’re not the customer. We also know the importance of doing product research to get to know our real customers, to figure out their problems, and how they react to the solutions we might provide.

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What Are the Skills Required for A Java Full Stack Developer?

The Product Coalition

There are different directions within software development, and consequently they involve different career pathways. While many of them are pretty straightforward, there are also other software engineering vocations which are situated, so to speak, on the edge.