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Decoding Product Leadership

Roman Pichler

1 ] In fact, some people argue that product leadership can only be exercised by a management role. Leadership can therefore be exercised without being a boss. As the individual is a peer and not the boss, they cannot tell people what to do and they are usually not in a position to offer rewards like a promotion.

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Positioning for Product Managers

Sachin Rekhi

Positioning, while classically considered part of the marketing world, is absolutely essential for every product manager to understand. Positioning refers to the place that a brand occupies in the minds of customers and its perceived differentiation from its competitors. The traditional approach is to develop a positioning statement.

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What Went Wrong For The Peloton Product Managers?

The Accidental Product Manager

The Peloton product managers were unable to predict the future Image Credit: Phillip Pessar How great would it be to be a product manager who was responsible for a very popular high priced exercise bike? This is the position that the Peloton product managers found themselves in just before the pandemic hit. – Dr.

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How to get started with a competitive positioning strategy

Nulab

Competitive positioning is a way to assess the market, suss out your competition, and work out whether your offering is a viable means of making money. Research part 1: Qualitative research for competitive positioning. Any good positioning strategy begins with plenty of research. Define your competitive positioning approach.

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How Product Managers Can Define a Product Vision to Guide Their Team

Speaker: Christian Bonilla, VP of Product Management at UserTesting

Defining the product vision is a high-stakes exercise, which makes it all the more important to avoid some common pitfalls product managers encounter: confusing the company’s vision with their product vision, defining a vision that’s too abstract to be useful in strategic planning, or combining the “what” and the “how” in the product vision.

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Scaling and Positioning Sprout Social’s Product Marketing Team

Pragmatic Marketing

Patrick Cuttica , the public-held company's director of product marketing, discussed scaling and positioning a product market team , especially in a growing organization, during an AMA that originally appeared on Sharebird —the place to see how people at top companies do product marketing. This is more of a nascent discipline.".

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Scaling and Positioning Sprout Social’s Product Marketing Team

Pragmatic Marketing

Patrick Cuttica , the privately-held company's director of product marketing, discussed scaling and positioning a product market team , especially in a growing organization, during an AMA that originally appeared on Sharebird —the place to see how people at top companies do product marketing. This is more of a nascent discipline.".