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Product vs. Policy

svpg

The post Product vs. Policy appeared first on Silicon Valley Product Group. Most people today know that when we refer to “product” we mean that in a very holistic sense. It’s not just the code. It’s not just the user interface. It’s not just the app. It is meant to reflect the full customer experience. Online and offline. Customer facing and customer enabling. That said, I don’t. Product

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Connecting People with Policy

dscout People Nerds

Dana Chisnell explains why voting has never been safer (and more important) than it is today.

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Protecting UX with Feature Policy

Modus Create

Modern applications use Feature Policy to: Enforce permissions. Feature policies can help control such access. Feature policies can also help guardrail performance by denying access to such code. Implementing Feature Policy. Feature Policies can cascade to nested iframes.

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Leadership Tip #13: For Innovation, Remove at Least One Policy or Procedure a Week

Johanna Rothman

Some managers wanted to prevent Bad Things from happening in the organization, so they added policies or procedures. However, the policies and procedures increase friction and make it harder to get the Right Things done. It's time to start removing some of those policies and procedures.

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How to Use Customer Feedback for Business Growth

Customer feedback is pivotal for product managers while conceptualizing, building, and sustaining their products. And yet, teams are still struggling with generating insights from customer feedback to identify problems and opportunities.

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Creating a Winning Product and User Feedback Policy: The Importance, Components, and a Step-by-Step Guide

Usersnap

A well-executed product and user feedback policy (PUFP) is a critical aspect of any successful business strategy. Why You Need a Product and User Feedback Policy Everyone knows the process A PUFP ensures that your team and customers know what to expect when submitting feedback.

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What All Product Folks Should Know About EU's Digital Services Act

The Product Coalition

policy tech technology product-management newsYes, it affects companies based outside the EU. Continue reading on Product Coalition ».

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How Policy Can Kill your IoT Product (Even Before You Launch It) with ChargePoint

Daniel Elizalde IoT Blog

In this episode of the IoT Product Leadership podcast, we discuss how policy can kill your IoT product even before you launch it. Director of Public Policy at ChargePoint, the world’s largest network of electric vehicle charging stations. Anthony is a seasoned expert on Public policy; specifically he is an expert on how policy impacts technology and business strategy.

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How to Increase SaaS Renewal Sales Using Policies

TSIA

A popular topic for TSIA members is around implementing policies for improving revenue performance and how to deploy these policies in an effective manner. When companies either fail to deploy effective policies or deploy policies in an ineffective manner, they leave themselves venerable for revenue leakage, high cost to renew, confusion, and generally, experience poorly optimized renewal outcomes

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Policy Solutions for Big Tech

The Product Coalition

This article is a commentary on the charges against big tech and some of the bolder policy solutions being explored around the world. Again a number of policies and laws may address this. Big Tech CEOs testify before a House Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust Law, July 29, 2020.

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8 Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops Policies You Should Consider Tweaking

eG Innovations

You thought about what policies should apply in the environment, however you can’t possibly know them all. There are many policies available. There are a couple of policy settings, though, that I’d like to make you aware of specifically. Citrix Policy Name.

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More cybersecurity using the password

CONTACT Software

Coming originally from the military context of the 1960s, the recommendation to change your password regularly can still be found in many corporate policies today. Today is “change your password day” again. A well-intentionedinitiative for more IT security.

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Mobile App Development for the Insurtech Sector: A Quick Guide

The Product Coalition

In an insurance app, this is the place where customers get to view all their information in a single place like their personal details, customer ids, policy number, reminders about due payments, etc. Policy Details The elements of this feature can be guessed from the name itself.

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How An Ambassador Can Unchain Your Innovation Teams By Creating A Bridge With The Core Business

Strategyzer

Yet, we often see companies do not have a clear policy for how innovation teams can leverage key assets within the core business.

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How Do You Build a Remote Teams Now, in 2022?

The Product Coalition

2: Clear Policies. Most discussions of remote work start with a discussion of policy. The role policies play is to enable and support the culture. Every policy you put in place should have the aim of creating a better remote work culture.

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ONE THING on Real Org Chart

Product Culture

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Leadership Tip #11: Substitute the Word Trust for Empower

Johanna Rothman

Which Policies and Procedures Govern Which Decisions? Why did they have this policy? At some time in the past, someone abused the limo policy. Those are policies and procedures that have outlived their usefulness.

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ONE THING on Writing an Awesome Company Mission Statement

Product Culture

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The One Question You Need to Answer as a New Product Leader

UserVoice

Is it people, process, policies, vision, etc? Outline The One Question What Could Inhibit My Ability to Succeed? What do I have control over and what do I not? Do I have the influence i need to change things for the better? Prioritizing Potential Problem Areas Eisenhower Model – Urgency vs. Importance Avoid the time vampires and zombie efforts It’s not you, it’s me… Make a Plan to Tackle. Source. General_PM Uncategorized

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ONE THING on Prioritization Magic

Product Culture

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The Customer Isn't Always Right

Under 10 Consulting

for the new policy. Many companies implement new policies after every unreasonable scenario. He said, “What you should have done…” and launched into a long policy discussion. She admitted she knew the policy but had just made a one-time mistake—which was why she was calling her boss. Is our current policy vague? If it’s happening often, it may be time to reconsider your policies Is there such a thing as a bad customer? Yes, sometimes.

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4 Challenges To Overcome For Successful Telemedicine Implementation

Arkenea

With state and federal policies greatly democratizing and promoting the use of telemedicine, the industry is currently witnessing a huge surge in adoption of telemedicine. Hospitals and healthcare facilities are rapidly implementing telemedicine into their regular workflows.

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ONE THING on Multiple Roadmaps? Not So Fast!

Product Culture

Our Privacy Policy. *. For more information about our privacy practices please visit our Privacy Policy here. How do you please different stakeholders with your roadmap deck? Please don't write totally different roadmaps.

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ONE THING on DRIs

Product Culture

Our Privacy Policy. *. For more information about our privacy practices please visit our Privacy Policy here. At your organization, who is the ultimate owner of a project? It can be a product manager, or someone else.

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ONE THING on Technology Debt

Product Culture

Our Privacy Policy. *. For more information about our privacy practices please visit our Privacy Policy here. As a product grows in popularity, it often becomes more complex, with the added features, functionality, and scale demanded by its expanding customer base.

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ONE THING on Stakeholders like Customers

Product Culture

Our Privacy Policy. *. For more information about our privacy practices please visit our Privacy Policy here. What if you treated the people in your own organization as if they were customers? We often say we need them to “buy” what we’re selling, right? That’s more than a metaphor.

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Intercom’s response to the spread of Covid-19

Intercom, Inc.

We extended this to a mandatory work from home policy on March 13th and this will remain in place until at least the end of day on Friday, April 10th. Given how rapidly the Covid-19 situation is changing, we expect our responses and policies to continue to evolve.

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ONE THING on Roadmaps and Risk

Product Culture

Our Privacy Policy. *. For more information about our privacy practices please visit our Privacy Policy here. How do you describe risk on your roadmap? Naturally, you have a lot: resources in short supply, unproven technology, untested suppliers, unproven assumptions about the market.

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ONE THING on 2023 Product Culture Resolutions

Product Culture

Our Privacy Policy. *. For more information about our privacy practices please visit our Privacy Policy here. My friends, let’s make 2023 the year of impact. We all work hard (often too hard). We all deliver a lot to customers and stakeholders.

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ONE THING on Product Structures

Product Culture

Our Privacy Policy. *. For more information about our privacy practices please visit our Privacy Policy here. Some companies have interesting product team structures. Rather than organizing by product, they focus on type of users.

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Why Product Managers Should Become Best Friends with Finance Team

DevelopmentCorporate

Product managers should have basic financial literacy, but the implications of new accounting policies like ASC 606 and ASC 606-340 exceed most product manager’s finance capabilities.

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ONE THING on Slack Roadmap

Product Culture

Our Privacy Policy. *. For more information about our privacy practices please visit our Privacy Policy here. Slack publishes its external platform roadmap here.

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Is Inclusive Design Enough? by Julian Thompson

Mind the Product

Julian studied law, focusing on human rights and public policy, before training in design and has spent the last eight-plus years exploring how to put an inclusive design lens over his design [.].

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How to Be a Truly Great Head of Product: Strategy

The Product Coalition

Using the ‘Kernel’ from Richard Rumelt’s ‘Good Strategy/Bad Strategy’, specifically insights and developing a guiding policy allows you to enable your team and avoid micro-managing. These facts come together to form insights which direct your policy and show you what a good decision is.

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ONE THING on Differing Personas

Product Culture

Our Privacy Policy. *. For more information about our privacy practices please visit our Privacy Policy here. I once saw four giant photos, each a with a different smiley person, posted on company elevators.

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Thank God, We Are Not a Flat Org Anymore

StudioTeam

But in reality bad workplaces suffer from bureaucracy, bad leadership, micromanagement, stupid policies and the lack of trust in employees. Our team was like magic.

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Design Ethics – Can We Solve Social Problems With Design?

StudioTeam

The Center for Urban Pedagogy collaborates with teachers, students, policy experts, and community advocates, along with artists and designers, to visually communicate complex urban processes and policy decisions.

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ONE THING on Agile vs. Vision

Product Culture

Our Privacy Policy. *. For more information about our privacy practices please visit our Privacy Policy here. Agile was developed as a response to lack of consistent direction from business execs. But there is something missing in agile and lean.

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ONE THING on Themes

Product Culture

Our Privacy Policy. *. For more information about our privacy practices please visit our Privacy Policy here. Identifying customer needs is the most important aspect of your roadmapping process.

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ONE THING on Why

Product Culture

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