How data informs design intuition

Mixpanel

This insight can help me make informed design trade-offs. This insight informed our recent release so users can create a cohort directly from a funnel, which is a sequence of steps they are already tracking. The post How data informs design intuition appeared first on Mixpanel.

Flanking the Competition: Using Military Strategy to Inform Competitive Intelligence

ProductCraft

The post Flanking the Competition: Using Military Strategy to Inform Competitive Intelligence appeared first on ProductCraft by Pendo. *Editor’s note: This post is the second in a series on the similarities between product management and military strategy. Part One can be found here.

How to Stay Informed Without Losing Your Mind

Nir Eyal

I told myself that I was staying informed, that this was […]. The post How to Stay Informed Without Losing Your Mind appeared first on Nir and Far. Around the election, in a desperate search for answers about our nation’s future, I found myself scrolling, reading, and watching everything I could. I was trapped in an endless pull-to-refresh cycle of consuming more news, tweets, posts, and videos than was good for me.

Are You Data-Driven or Data-Informed?

Johanna Rothman

One person gave me a new saying about metrics (at the end, during the Q&A): Are you data-driven or data-informed? If you want the ability to replan you use data to inform your next steps. Note: data-informed does not mean you don’t create broad-stroke plans, such as roadmaps and gross estimates. And, I use the data about my cycle time to inform my replanning. (I I use my data to inform me about my pace. The post Are You Data-Driven or Data-Informed?

The Ultimate Embedded Analytics Guide

Why IT Teams Benefit from a Product Management Viewpoint

280 Group

Product Management Information Technology ITRefocusing the Lens. Yet another call from an IT team asking if we can help them transition from a project-focused view to a product-focused view of their work.

System Thinking for Product Managers by Johanna Kollmann

Mind the Product

Once you’ve understood and modelled your system, Johanna gives three examples of methods for introducing change, complete with real-world examples: Changing how Information Flows Within a System. More Information.

UXspresso with Deckchair: You are not your user

TryMyUI

TryMyUI UXspresso Information Architecture Usability Testing User Testing UX AgencyTryMyUI helped UX consultancy Deckchair boost their client's revenue by 147% after usability testing showed that users weren't using their site in the way they expected. The post UXspresso with Deckchair: You are not your user appeared first on TryMyUI Blog.

Effective Product Psychology & Design – Jerome Ribot (ProductTank London)

Mind the Product

” – and highlights a few simple techniques to help people take in and understand complex information. We generally find it much easier to understand and retain information if it is linked to some kind of visual cue.

It’s About The Destination, Not Just the Journey: Why Content Is As Important As Navigation And What You Can Do About It

Userzoom

Information Architecture Optimization User Experience ResearchThe post It’s About The Destination, Not Just the Journey: Why Content Is As Important As Navigation And What You Can Do About It appeared first on UserZoom.

Project Analytics: Visibility that Aids Risk Management

Speaker: Miles Robinson, Agile and Management Consultant, Motivational Speaker

Just as you use data from the customer to inform your solutions, transparency during the building of those solutions is critical for making better risk mitigation decisions. Product Managers face changes that put delivery at risk.

Email Communication Etiquette for Product Managers

The Accidental Product Manager

Project managers have a lot of information to communicate, and this needs to be done in a clear way. With this information, you are far more likely to get things done in the way that you have envisioned. It is important when you are doing so that you are transparent with the information that you are giving and professional. Communication coworkers customer email formality information mockups tasksHow should product managers use email? Image Credit: William Iven.

How to become a product manager: Five questions for would-be Product Managers

Product Management Unpacked

If you’re thinking about how you might become a product manager, start by asking yourself these five questions first: For more information visit ms-product-management.cmu.edu. Product managers are made not born. Product Management Questions how to become a product manager questions for product managers

Listen to Understand: Listening Practices for Product People

Roman Pichler

We obtain partial or selected pieces of information, which can cause us to draw the wrong conclusions and get the wrong end of the stick. Being attentive increases the chances that you receive all the information and take in everything the individual says.

The Skills It Takes To Become a Product Manager

Product Management Unpacked

For more information visit ms-product-management.cmu.edu. To become a great Product Manager, takes a lot of skills — business acumen, technical smarts and emotional intelligence. Many parts will go into your making.

Add Value with a Dashboard Refresh: What You Need to Know

Speaker: Miles Robinson, Agile and Management Consultant, Motivational Speaker

How to determine when an information architecture refresh may be necessary. Dashboards and analytics can really set your application apart, but that doesn't mean you can implement them and forget about them. Are they adding value to your product? Do your users benefit from them anymore?

Pathways to a Product Management Career

Product Management Unpacked

The role of Product Manager is in the top 10 hardest-to-fill jobs across the entire information technology sector, which makes them among the highest paid, too. More information can be found here: ms-product-management.cmu.edu. If you’re reading this, you’re exploring how to become a Product Manager and you’ve undoubtedly concluded that you will be in high demand. You’re right.

Product Camp Boston 2015 Sessions!

Product Manager in Heels

For those of you looking for information on Product Camp Boston 2015 at the Microsoft NERD Center in Cambridge, take a look ! PCampBoston. product camp

Why women make great product managers

Product Management Unpacked

For more information visit ms-product-management.cmu.edu. Marty Cagan, founder of the Silicon Valley Product Group , delivered the opening keynote to the 2016 Mind the Product Conference.

Why do B2B Product teams need Technographic Intelligence?

DemandMatrix

Better business intelligence that offers strategic value can help teams and businesses make more informed decisions. The insights and business intelligence from technographics can prove to be extremely valuable to multiple teams within an organization.

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Living With Technical Debt: Balancing Quality and Perfection

Speaker: Cliff Gilley, The Clever PM

In this webinar, Cliff Gilley, the Clever PM, will cover: How we accrue technical debt, and why it can’t be avoided, The intersection of MVP and technical debt, What it means to be “default ship” and how that impacts technical debt, How to manage and make informed decisions about your technical debt.

A Strategy Map

Roman Pichler

Additionally, you should be able to correctly state the information captured by the product vision and strategy , product roadmap , KPIs , and business model on the map above. Maps are the Foundations on which Adventures are Built. When I was a little boy, I truly loved all things pirate.

Making User Testing Fast, Fun, and Accessible with Laura Powell of Appcues

UserInterviews

User testing is fun, informative, and impactful. User Test Fest is here to prove it

Optimizing internal product communications

Folding Burritos

The cross-functional nature of what we do means that we have to align and inform everyone around us. But then we get asked the same thing multiple times, people don’t remember, or those that don’t ask (but should be informed) are kept out of the loop.

[INFOGRAPHIC] Customer Powered Product Decisions

UserVoice

Product feedback is an invaluable resource for informing roadmap decisions for both new and established products, and product teams across the board constantly seek more insight from their customers whether they have 10 or 10,000,000 to listen to.

The 5 Levels of Analytics Maturity

history while updating records with new information then and there. to information. new data, and share information with colleagues. come up with ways to leverage information that no software engineer. FROM BASIC BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE REQUIREMENTS TO.

Report templates for less status meetings

Folding Burritos

High-level information-passing is about informing others about our goals’ status and progress, creating alignment. Low-level information-passing is about keeping other updated about our work in progress and releases, so they’re able to do their jobs with more efficiency.

Feature prioritization in product management: the key to building products that sell

Product Management Unpacked

A secondary goal is to guarantee that the requesters (especially customers) are informed quickly and updated often of the status of the request. There are many methodologies for feature prioritization in product management.

Prioritization: MoSCoW and Stack Rank Methods

Product Manager in Heels

Product Managers frequently have to inform stakeholders that their requests for the product will not implemented. As a Product Manager, you have to work through prioritization at various levels of the organization. I've done this in two ways: the MoSCoW Method and the Stack Rank method.

Customer Discovery Series Part III: Leveraging the Power of Influencing Without Authority

Product Manager in Heels

What is important is that a PM can synthesize all of this feedback, recognize others for the information they've provided and come up with a recommendation based on data-backed information. If you can educate your internal team about this information, you stand to become the subject matter expert on the customer and build a ton of credibility in the process. Influence without Authority - it's one of the hardest things about being a Product Manager.

New Study: 2018 State of Embedded Analytics Report

informs decision makers while they’re in the flow of current thought processes within apps—without losing. Benefit 3: Free Up Development Resources Inevitably, giving end users more information means they’ll eventually ask for new visualizations or more. 2018 STATE OF. EMBEDDED.

"Be a sponge". and other advice for the first 30 days of a new job

Product Manager in Heels

I figured I'd share the information living in my head, and also all over the internet: Your first day Wake up early and have a great breakfast, and dress for success! Starting a new job can be tough. I recently started a new job and some of the basic advice I learned years ago still applied.

Boston Women in Product

Product Manager in Heels

Group and Event Information: Purchase your tickets on Eventbrite Join our group on MeetUp Connect with us on LinkedIn References : [link] https://www.bostonglobe.com/business/2015/01/31/tech-hiring-there-demand-for-everything/oDBAAlKJOYuxTqHiX7uhUI/story.html

Are Product Leaders Listening to Customers?

280 Group

Customers are sensitive about sharing information, especially given recent rulings that prioritize privacy above all. And once that issue has been fixed or that suggestion has been implemented, reach back out to inform the customer of the impact their feedback made.

Step 0: Don’t Freak Out – How To Get Started In Market Discovery

The Secret PM Handbook

Finding the people and recruiting your informants. Check out her article for more details on these and other techniques for recruiting informants. Another way to get informants is to go where they congregate, places like: Meetups Malls Conferences.

5 Early Indicators Your Embedded Analytics Will Fail

When we need to update the information in the dashboard, we don’t like having to leave. Updating your application’s dashboards and reporting features. may feel optional—until suddenly it’s not. Watch for these 5 signs. that you’re at risk for an analytics emergency. Early Indicators.

5 Examples of Email Remarketing Campaigns to Get Inspiration From

AB Tasty

Email remarketing consists of capturing and using information about your customers in order to achieve better marketing results through personalized email marketing campaigns.

Persistence—the key to winning

Lead on Purpose

We’ve had informative conversations about what motivates them to keep going. In recent weeks I have interacted with several friends and family who are working through difficult situations. Though their motivations vary, the commonality is their desire to succeed. In … Continue reading →

Agile Transitions – Managing Expectations

Clever PM

We live in a day and age where there’s a ton of information and mis-information out there about pretty much every topic imaginable, and Agile development is certainly not immune to this phenomenon. In fact, anyone who looks for help in pushing through an Agile transformation in their organization is immediately confronted with a vast […]. Product Management Agile Culture Definitions Good PM Influence Leadership Organization PM Scrum

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Empowering the Electorate

dscout People Nerds

BallotReady’s deep dive into how to engage voters on political issues and create a more informed electorate

Why “Build or Buy?” Is the Wrong Question for Analytics

informed decisions. WHY “BUILD OR BUY?” IS THE WRONG QUESTION FOR ANALYTICS Introduction.1 When to Build Your Own Analytics. 2 When to Buy a Bolt-On Solution. 6 When to Take a Combined Approach. 9 About Logi Analytics.