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5 product principles for every product manager – Esha Shukla on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

Figuring out what product principles work for you is so important in product management. That's something we discussed with Esha Shukla, Product Manager at WhatsApp, for this week's podcast [.]

Map out your product management career

Mind the Product

So, you've discovered that your dream career is in product management. How do you go about starting your career? Read on to find out. [.] Read more » The post Map out your product management career appeared first on Mind the Product.


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How to Track the Impact of Your UX Research


Impact is about more than ROI. Learn how to define impact, measure outcomes, and keep a record of your success

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Free Habit Tracker Template — Use this Sleek Google Doc

Nir Eyal

Many people strive to improve themselves in one way or another. Whether it’s getting more sleep and exercise, or spending more time doing the things we love, our ideal selves drive us to be better. They symbolize our belief in our own potential to live in alignment with our values.

The Convergence of Product Analytics & Customer Outcomes During Uncertain Times

Speaker: John Mansour - University 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.

The #1 Mobile Customer Engagement Secret


Have you ever been looking for a recipe online but have to scroll all the way through a long, drawn-out story about the author’s family to get to the actual recipe? We won’t do that to you today.

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365: Innovation accounting metrics to improve product management – with Esther Gons

Product Innovation Educators

Innovation accounting for teams, managers, and strategy – for product managers. Today we are talking about measuring innovation effectiveness in organizations. To help us is the person who has written the book on the topic, Innovation Accounting , Esther Gons. Esther is the CEO of?GroundControl,

How to Write a Resume for Google (with examples)

PMLesson's Ace the PM Interview

Working at Google is known to be one of the most coveted roles in the tech industry. Because of Google's intense popularity, their acceptance rates are known to be some of the lowest – with under 1% of applicants actually making it to the position they applied for.

The Corporate Playbooks Used to Combat Organizational Trauma (And Why They're Not Enough)

dscout People Nerds

Design professionals report on organizational trauma—and the inadequate ways their org address It

SUNDAY REWIND: Creating good roadmaps – 6 practical steps for product leaders

Mind the Product

In this Sunday Rewind episode, we look back to when Product Leader, Matt Walton, shared 6 practical steps to creating good roadmaps. [.] Read more » The post SUNDAY REWIND: Creating good roadmaps – 6 practical steps for product leaders appeared first on Mind the Product.

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.

3 Ways In Which Test Management Tools Assist Startups To Expand

The Product Coalition

Image by ar130405 from Pixabay Test management tools are utilized to save information on the ways testing is done, plan testing activities and tell the status of the quality assurance activities. The tools have various approaches to testing and therefore, they have various sets of features.

We’re In A Product Candidate’s Job Market

Mironov Consulting

Every CPO/VP Product I talk with is in a battle for product talent. so we're in a “candidate" job market rather than a “hiring company” job market. What are some do's and don'ts for product managers and first line product directors looking for their next adventure in this market?

The Best UX Research Content of 2021


A look back at the most popular User Interviews blog articles, podcasts, webinars, and UX research reports in 2021

Quick read: How to influence decisions using research

Mind the Product

It's fair to say that, sometimes, important business decisions are out of our control. In order to exercise more influence, our experts recommend doing research so that you can deliver findings and sway minds in order to make things happen. [.]

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.

My 2021 Book Recommendations

The Product Coalition

It’s my favorite time of the year?—?and and I’m happy to share my 2021 read-list with my conclusions. This year I developed a new reading approach, in which I read several books in parallel, usually from different topics.

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How Can a CEO Know How Effective Their Firm’s Content Marketing Efforts Are? It Takes Less Than 10 Minutes. And it is Free


As 2022 begins, many leaders are looking back at 2021 and wondering how they can drive more leads and revenue. Content marketing is often suggested as a free way to drive more web traffic and leads. How can a CEO know how effective their content marketing efforts are?

Top 5 Episodes of 2021

Feedback Loop

Listicles, listicles. It’s that time of year, so we are excited to present our very own Top 5 of 2021 of the popular This Is Product Management podcast, which features interviews with the best minds across disciplines that fuel today’s — and tomorrow’s — product teams

Product-led company powered by culture by Shaun Smith-Taylor

Mind the Product

In this ProductTank London talk, Senior Director at ThetaRay, Shaun Smith-Taylor, provides insights into how you can grow a product-led company by having the right culture. [.] Read more » The post Product-led company powered by culture by Shaun Smith-Taylor appeared first on Mind the 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.

DoorDash will require all employees to deliver goods; Many employees aren’t happy. How will you solve this?


All DoorDash Inc. employees, from software engineers up to the chief executive, will have to perform deliveries or maybe shadow a customer-service agent once a month starting next year – and some of them aren’t happy about it.

A user research plan: components and methodology


User research requires careful planning and execution since it has many component. In this blog post, we will discuss all user research plans along with their components and methodology so that you can conduct your user research project or improve an existing one from scratch.

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How to Monitor Microsoft Teams

eG Innovations

The eG Enterprise – Microsoft Teams Dashboard. There is no doubt about it that the events of 2020 triggered a huge surge in the use of unified communication products.

Having an entrepreneurial mindset is key to your professional success

Antwak Blog

An entrepreneurial mindset is an individual’s state of mind. It’s a way of thinking that allows you to conquer obstacles, make decisions, and take ownership of the performance. They are individuals who seize opportunities.

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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!

How to never go wrong with the process of usability testing


The purpose of usability testing is to provide feedback on design decisions through observation and measurement; it helps designers identify issues in designs before they are built into products, which results in improved customer satisfaction levels, more efficient websites with less user frustration, and lower costs for companies.

Is user experience research a scientific method or a practice?


User experience research is a method that can be used to gain insights into how people are using your product or service. Some believe that it is more than just practice because it involves specific steps and procedures while others think the exact opposite.

Your guide for UX research: importance, types, and best practices


UX research forms an important pillar of your user testing and product development process. This blog will brief you with all the necessary information you need to know about UX research. The post Your guide for UX research: importance, types, and best practices appeared first on TryMyUI Blog.

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How to design a UX research survey?


UX research surveys serve as a tool to gather information and insights with the help of which you can improve your final product. In this blog, you will learn about designing the best possible UX research survey. The post How to design a UX research survey? appeared first on TryMyUI Blog.

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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.

Defining your user research plan: a step-by-step guide


What is the first thing you do when designing a product? You talk to your users. User research should be an integral part of any design process, but it's often overlooked.