H.O.M.E: Entertainment – when all the world’s a stage

Inside Intercom

This week, our final episode checks in with how folks are keeping entertained when they can’t leave the house. But what about the people producing that entertainment? Entertaining audiences and giving them a break from worrisome news is certainly a worthwhile mission.

How TV Spielfilm uses data to stay ahead of the changing entertainment industry

Mixpanel

In the 90s TV Spielfilm took the form of a print magazine, sharing TV and movie times along with entertainment stories, delivered to the doorsteps of millions of German subscribers. In the entertainment industry, collecting the right data has always been difficult. The media and entertainment industry will continue to evolve in predictable and unpredictable ways. Customer Stories Growth customer stories Media & Entertainment solution partners

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How TV Spielfilm uses data to stay ahead of the changing entertainment industry

Mixpanel

In the 90s TV Spielfilm took the form of a print magazine, sharing TV and movie times along with entertainment stories, delivered to the doorsteps of millions of German subscribers. In the entertainment industry, collecting the right data has always been difficult. The media and entertainment industry will continue to evolve in predictable and unpredictable ways. Customer Stories Growth customer stories Media & Entertainment solution partners

I will take my entertainment to go, please.

The Product Coalition

Amazon Prime Video app has won the metadata game for customers like me who take their entertainment on-the-go, mainly on their smartphones or tablets. We do not pay for cable services and hence, we rely on various streaming services for our entertainment.

Cultural anthropology for entertainment

dscout People Nerds

A People Nerds interview with Susan Kresnicka

Car Maker Product Managers Face An Apple / Google Threat

The Accidental Product Manager

What this means is that when they are designing their own in-car entertainment and navigation control systems they have the ability to link them to the buttons on the car’s steering wheel. Yes, every car needs a navigation system, but from whom? Image Credit: LotPro Cars.

UserTesting success story: XO Group Inc. improves the wedding planning experience

UserTesting

CX Product Media & entertainment success storyXO Group Inc. , a leading media and technology company with brands The Knot, The Nest and The Bump, publishes multimedia content that inspires, informs, and cheers on people as they plan for some of the biggest moments of their … The post UserTesting success story: XO Group Inc. improves the wedding planning experience appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

Conquer Distractions With This Simple Chart

Nir Eyal

With our digital devices buzzing, world events demanding our attention, and more things to entertain us than ever before, it certainly seems harder to focus on what’s really important. Is the world more distracting? Sometimes it seems that way.

Haters, Our Product is Physical and Digital by Sophie Deen

Mind the Product

She covers: Using mainstream entertainment to teach kids. Teaching kids with entertainment. Sophie begins by explaining that mainstream entertainment has been scientifically proven to help preschoolers improve their skills in reading and writing.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – The Importance of Reducing Waste

Clever PM

I find it entertaining when people talk about how Agile and Lean and Kanban are all relatively new, untested, and revolutionary concepts. That’s because they’re none of those things — they’re simply descendants of ideas and concepts that have existed in manufacturing contexts for a half-century or more, just pitched in a different way, at […]. Product Management Agile Culture Do's Good PM Leadership Scrum

Killing Zombies – Lisa Long on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

All have killed zombies, and entertained us as they did so… but only Lisa did so on stage at London’s ProductTank, giving us practical advice on how to kill off zombie features and products – and why it’s absolutely necessary to do so.

Beyond the Hype on AI – Ashwini Asokan on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

Ashwini Asokan, CEO and co-founder of intelligent retail automation platform VUE.ai, is working to evolve the world of retail, making shopping more of an entertainment experience.

Managing Change – Joe Leech on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

Joe gave one of the most entertaining and engaging talks at Mind the Product in London 2018, so we followed up with him to get to the stories that he didn’t get to share on stage – including the surprising difference between purchasing a fridge and a washing machine.

How To Rock Your Workshops – Jonathan Courtney on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.

Keeping Track Of Your HEART – Tomer Sharon on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.

Cracking The Data Code – Mike Bugembe on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services. Edwards Deming wrote, “In God we trust, all others must bring data.”

Recommended reading: The Phoenix Project

Under10 Playbook

The Phoenix Project is an entertaining novel with lessons for those who want to understand how manufacturing techniques can be applied to software. The Phoenix Project is a novel that seems too true—featuring too-familiar dysfunctions between marketing, development, and operations.

Making Decisions That Scale ? Julia Whitney on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.

Build Relationships With Your Customers – Fabrice des Mazery on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

A recovering music journalist and editor, he launched Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, and has worked across sectors including museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.

Remote Discovery – Teresa Torres on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.

Testing Business Ideas – David Bland on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services. David Bland is the CEO and Founder of Precoil, an author, and a long-time practitioner of agile and lean startup.

Dare to not be Productive

Ask Benny

It involves a lot of thinking and many days in which you might feel that nothing new was produced as you go back and force entertaining ideas and researching them.

The Invisible Leader: Facilitation Secrets – Elena Astilleros on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services. One of the critical skills never mentioned in the job description is being a great meeting facilitator.

Let’s Play a Game – Todd Green on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

Interactive entertainment. After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services. Interactive entertainment.

You Are the Product – Kristina Walcker-Mayer on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

A recovering music journalist and editor, he launched Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, and has worked across sectors including museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.

Discover Everything – Teresa Torres on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services.

Hedging Your Bets – Lucie McLean on the Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services.

How to Influence Without Power – Tim Herbig on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services. Tim Herbig has made many mistakes (who hasn’t?).

How to Innovate – Ryan Jacoby on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services.

Sleeping Giants – Nandini Jammi on The Product Experience [Rebroadcast]

Mind the Product

A recovering music journalist and editor, he launched Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, and has worked across sectors including museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.

Product In The Enterprise – Alicia Dixon on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

A recovering music journalist and editor, he launched Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, and has worked across sectors including museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.

Creating a Product Culture – Nick Ramsay on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services.

Opportunity Mapping: An Essential Skill for Driving Product Outcomes

Product Talk

For example, imagine you work at a streaming entertainment company and are working with the following list of opportunities: I can’t find something to watch. The following is an excerpt from my upcoming book, Continuous Discovery Habits. It’s the opening to my chapter on Opportunity Mapping.

Podcast: Roadmaps, OKRs, Vision and Prioritisation with Bruce McCarthy

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services.

Vision 197

Podcast: Don’t Worry About Being Cool with Petra Wille

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services.

90% of Everything is Crap – Adrian Howard on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.

I Got 99 Problems – Learning From Jay-Z – Marc Abraham on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.

South and Latin America – Guido Lonetti on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.

Crazy Busy Product People – Rian van der Merwe on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services.

How To Be A Great Manager – Claire Lew on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media and entertainment, retail and financial services.