Top 10 Tips for your Product Management LinkedIn Profile – Video Presentation

280 Group

Watch Mira Wooten present the 10 best things you can do for your Product Management LinkedIn Profile. The 280 Group’s Solutions Manager and Director of Recruiting, Mira Wooten, recently traveled to ProductCamp LA and gave this valuable presentation on the top 10 things you can do to beef up your Product Management LinkedIn Profile and get noticed by recruiters. The presentation was filmed by the good people at ProductCamp LA and you can watch it for yourself.

A2A: Answering questions in a presentation

Under10 Playbook

Have you had this experience in a presentation? ” Many of us need to do presentations at company or customer events. Many presenters think they know what question is being asked, particularly if they’ve given the presentation more than a few times, and they cut the person off in the midst of their question. Answer the question and attempt to tie the answer back to your presentation if you can.

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When should Product Backlog Grooming Take Place?

Roman Pichler

Assuming that the development has developed a “done” product increment and the right people are present, you can use the attendee’s feedback to make the relevant product decisions and update the backlog, as the Scrum Guide suggests and the following picture shows.

The Ladder of Evidence: Get More Value From Your Customer Interviews and Product Experiments

Product Talk

I’ve been dealing with a foot injury and it was hard to stay present while attending to an injury. One of the best signs of an effective product team is a regular cadence of customer interviews and product experiments.

Die Dashboards, Die! Why Conversations Will Reinvent Software

Nir Eyal

Even the most technically complex interactions can look as simple as getting an SMS text when presented as a conversation. In years to come, conversations will breathe new life into software—particularly the boring enterprise tools millions of knowledge workers begrudgingly use every day. Conversational user interfaces (CUIs) work because of our familiarity with messaging.

Is Scrum Right for Your Product?

Roman Pichler

If you are in doubt if you should use Scrum or not, consider how much uncertainty is present in your product. When is Scrum Most Helpful? A process like Scrum is a great fit for your product when it is brand-new or young, and when you extend its life cycle, as shown in the picture below.

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Mindfulness Tips for Product Managers and Product Owners

Roman Pichler

Mindfulness means paying attention to the present moment, to what is actually happening. Be present and fully engage in what you do—or don’t do it. I am not suggesting that you should ignore the difficulties that present themselves. What is Mindfulness?

Product Roadmap Success: BWP Hosts Lively Roundtable Discussion

bpma ProductHub

Know your audience : Whereas a granular roadmap is needed for development planning, a higher-level roadmap that presents the big picture is more appropriate for other stakeholders.

The Ideal Product Marketing Candidate for B2B

High Octane Product Management

Understands the purpose of presentation slides – a series of visually appealing cue cards that tell a compelling value story, not product documentation in PowerPoint format! Must be an awesome presenter. As the person who trains the salesforce on product and competitive positioning, product marketing has to deliver presentations to the salesforce in the same inspirational manner they want salespeople to deliver them to customers.

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8 Essential Elements of Your Customer Advisory Board Meeting Agenda

Pragmatic Marketing

This internal meeting encourages host company attendees to arrive on time and is the final opportunity to review session content, facilitation plans and any other meeting notes before presenting to the members. This should not be a one-way presentation. By Rob Jensen.

Should Product Owners be Servant-Leaders?

Roman Pichler

Caring for the followers, the people we work with, is present in other leadership models, too. This starts with taking a real interest in others, making an effort to be present and engage properly. What Is Servant-Leadership? Servant-leadership means that “one wants to serve, to serve first. Then conscious choice brings one to aspire to lead,” writes Robert Greenleaf , the creator of the servant-leadership model.

Hooked for Good: How Habit-Forming Products Improve Lives

Nir Eyal

Below is my opening presentation highlighting examples of companies changing user behavior for good. Last week’s Habit Summit was amazing! It was wonderful to see so many blog readers and friends enjoying the keynotes — not to mention the Stanford sunshine.

Dual-Track Agile: Why Messy Leads to Innovation

Mind the Product

In user interviews, we presented the following mockup: Being presented with this, it seemed as though all users understood the email, and we had users saying things like: “I hate to admit it, but this kinda makes me feel important.”. “It What is Dual-Track Agile?

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Lewis Lin’s Favorite Books for PMs

Product Bookshelf

The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs: How to Be Insanely Great in Front of Any Audience. IDEA : Evocative and moving presentation skills are necessary and learnable for every great product manager. ACTION : Take heed of great speakers and their presentation tendencies.

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Decision Time: How Decision Rules Help You Make Better Product Decisions

Roman Pichler

Is it the product manager, the people present, or the management sponsor? A consensus-based decision creates strong buy-in and shared ownership, and it leverages the collective creativity and knowledge of the people present—everybody involved contributes to the decision.

How to Sell Your Boss on Roadmaps Without Timelines

Mind the Product

When you present your roadmap, make sure to explain the rough timelines you’re talking about, but also point out that these are subject to change and shift as you all as a team learn and develop the product. Can’t get your boss to part ways with a time-based feature roadmap?

4 Traits of Successful Product Leaders


Product managers may or may not be the “CEOs of product,” but how do you boss around a bunch of CEOs? Leading a product management organization is a unique role in modern technology companies, and one that was quite uncommon until fairly recently.

Features do not a Product Roadmap Make

Tyner Blain

Several months ago, Andy Polaine posted a presentation about the future of UX , in which he presented a compelling imagery establishing the context in which design decisions are made.

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Why You Are Asking the Wrong Customer Interview Questions

Product Talk

We need to reconcile the present with the past and when information is missing, our brains simply fill in any details that make the story coherent. I recently asked a woman what factors she considered when buying a new pair of jeans. She didn’t hesitate in her answer.

Become a Better Product Manager in Just One Weekend

Mind the Product

Everyone is expected to contribute on the day, whether it’s a presentation, Q&A, or just an open discussion! It’s a new year and time to think about how to achieve all those crazy new years resolutions we’ve set ourselves.

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Productize Conference, Lisbon Oct 19,20,21

Spice Catalyst

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Product Managers – You Are Not the CEO of Anything

Mind the Product

When Ben Horowitz wrote his groundbreaking memo good product manager, bad product manager nearly 20 years ago he described a product manager as the CEO of the product.

Backlog Refinement Takes You from Vision to Value

bpma ProductHub

Ellen is a world-renowned writer, speaker, and presenter. Contributed by Ellen Gottesdiener and Jeff Sutherland. Deliver Value Sooner. Backlog refinement prepares your backlog for development.

On Being a Pragmatic Marketing Instructor

Product Beautiful

I got energy from seeing people from my teams grow, seeing them nail a presentation to the executive team, and even seeing them quit and move on to bigger opportunities (although that’s always painful).

Why Product Managers Should Learn to Code

Mind the Product

At present I’m freelancing, working in product, UX and marketing roles. Building products is amazing. You take an idea – sometimes big, sometimes small – and with your team you make it real.

8 Tips for Collaborating with Development Teams

Roman Pichler

You should always aim to be present at these meetings and do the necessary prep work, such as, prioritising the product backlog and refining user stories for sprint planning or inviting the right people and selecting the right product validation technique for the review meeting. Manage the Product, not the Team. Focus on your job as the product manager or product owner, and manage the product, not the team.

Developing Product Management Confidence

bpma ProductHub

Be sure to come to the BPMA event on May 13 th called “ High Performance Leadership: Leveraging the Neuroscience & Social Secrets of Confidence ” presented by Alyssa to soak up her zany stories and valuable tips.

It’s time to get your Ph.D. in Sales Comp

Product Beautiful

At the end of the presentation, the Director of the Sales team stood up. He looked straight at my product manager and said: “John 1 , I want to thank you for that great presentation. A few years ago, I was working for a large company here in Austin.

The Evolution of a Product Manager – Josh McWilliam

Mind the Product

In Josh’s Product Tank NYC presentation, he explains his evolution as a product manager. Josh McWilliam is a co-founder and Vice President of Product at College Factual. Their mission is to help every student realize their full potential through the best fit education their money can buy.

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What Would You Do If Walmart Turned Off Your Gas?

The Accidental Product Manager

Back in January, the Murphy USA product management team had presented Walmart with a plan to build more gas stations on Walmart properties. What would you do if your biggest customer decided to go it alone? Image Credit: Wil C.

Managing – not Just Maintaining – a Product Backlog

Mind the Product

With hindsight it was exciting, but such intense activity presents challenges for a product owner: backlogs can get baggy and prioritization between user stories can become complex. Or Three Ways Product Owners can Stay on top of Scrum.

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Product Owner Manager – Alone Together

Tyner Blain

The product owner leverages an understanding of the market to drive effective specificity in the product of the present. Product owners and product managers. Two roles, often done by one person.

Be in a Band, not an Orchestra: how to Grow an Agile Product Team

Mind the Product

Soon, every team in the company got up and presented progress from the last two weeks. Instead of it being one nicely presented document that is ‘published’, they are now an organic, living breathing thing on Trello, where each item has a thread of evidence and collaborative commentary.

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Product Requirements: Using a Written or Visual Framework

Mind the Product

Visual artifacts also make for good presentation material for user feedback sessions and reviews. There’s a lot of variation in how companies document product requirements.

Let’s Fire a Few of Our Customers

Mironov Consulting

Presenting clear trade-offs helps the executive team avoid magical thinking – the fiction that we can always squeeze just one more thing out of Development.

Product Marketing at Stack Overflow – Alexa Scordato

Mind the Product

In Alexa’s presentation at ProductTank NYC, she talks about the importance of brand and marketing. Alexa ends her presentation stating three key points that she has learned while doing marketing at Stack Overflow. Alexa Scordato is the VP of marketing at Stack Overflow.

Metaphor and Stories in Product Management by Elizabeth Churchill

Mind the Product

At this year’s London #mtpcon, Churchill, who is a psychologist by training, gave a presentation full of insight and practical takeaways, outlining how people respond to stories and why storytelling skills are essential to a product manager’s role. “I

Opposite Views of a Product Roadmap

Tyner Blain

Where the view of what to build gets fuzzier as you move from the present to the future, the view of why you build gets clearer as you move from the present to the future.

Using Experimentation to Drive Product – Stephen Pavlovich (CEO of

Mind the Product

You can present a simplified version or perhaps even a link to something that looks like the feature and see how many people will click on it to test appetite. Stephen Pavlovich , CEO of, talks to ProductTank London about Using Experimentation to Drive Product.