How Product Leaders Can Nail Their Presentations Post-COVID-19

The Product Coalition

product-management virtual-events leadership productivity presentationsThe new art of keeping both virtual and in-person attendees engaged. Continue reading on Product Coalition ».

Presenting for Product Managers – Develop Your Skills for Every Situation

Mind the Product

Like it or not, presenting and public speaking are vital skills for a product manager. The post Presenting for Product Managers – Develop Your Skills for Every Situation appeared first on Mind the Product.


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Is Clubhouse Going To Permanently Change Presentations and Meetings?

The Product Coalition

The future of business meetings and presentations is looking quite bright! powerpoint presentations social-media clubhouseContinue reading on Product Coalition ».

An Imposter’s Guide to Giving Presentations

Mind the Product

Whether you’re a product person prepping for an important in-house presentation, working up the courage to step on stage at a big conference like #mtpcon, or just want to brush up on your public speaking skills, this practical guide will help you to prepare a killer presentation. Having a key takeaway is central to making your presentation practical and informative. The post An Imposter’s Guide to Giving Presentations appeared first on Mind the Product.

How to Democratize Data Across Your Organization Using a Semantic Layer

Speaker: speakers from Verizon, Snowflake, Affinity Federal Credit Union, EverQuote, and AtScale

Learn from data and analytics leaders at Verizon, Snowflake, EverQuote, and Affinity Federal Credit Union about how to foster a data literate culture while scaling data access and self-service analysis across your organization using a semantic layer.

What is product? The past, present and future of our craft

Mind the Product

This article looks at the future of product practice and product management — at how far we’ve come, our present-day understanding of product, and the challenges we still need to meet. The past, present and future of our craft appeared first on Mind the Product.

9 Tips to Nail Your Next Design Presentation

Modus Create

Presenting our designs to clients and stakeholders is a crucial part of being a designer. The better we present, the better we can persuade stakeholders and get buy-in for our ideas. That’s why, at Modus, we recently ran a design campfire focused on design presentations.

31 Creative UX Research Presentations and Reports – Templates and Examples


Learn how to effectively communicate your user research findings, and get inspired with this list of free templates and examples

Sales Presentation Techniques That Improve Discovery


There are many cases where salespeople are forced into giving presentations before adequate discovery has been completed. Here are a few sales presentation techniques that will yield valuable buyer motivations without formal discovery meetings. The Playbook: The best sales presentations are the ones that create a relaxed environment for the buyers. Presentations that make buyers comfortable enough to fork over that information give your sales team a greater advantage.

5 Hacks for Better Product Roadmap Presentations


Today we look at a few simple tips for product roadmap presentations. We hope these will help ensure your next product roadmap presentation is well received by other internal teams. 5 Hacks for Better Product Roadmap Presentations. An interesting story or anecdote can add valuable context to your presentation that your roadmap simply can’t do on its own. Channel your inner marketer and tailor each presentation you do to the interests of the audience involved.

Product-Led Onboarding: How to Turn New Users into Lifelong Customers

Speaker: Ramli John, Managing Director at ProductLed and Author

Let’s face it. Today’s users are impulsive and easily distracted. They don’t have the time (or patience) to try and figure things out by themselves. They expect the product to be intuitive. Easy. And fast. Add to that a few, unfairly poor reviews and you’ll be more than just stuck. Ramli will share a simple but powerful framework to get more users to experience a product’s "Eureka!" moment and turn them into lifelong customers.

Product Positioning Tip 6 of 7: Structuring a Positioning Presentation


The Playbook : Keep this in mind when creating presentations for marketing and sales events. The attention of your buying audience is greatest at the start of the presentation. You want to hold that attention and take it up a notch as the presentation progresses. Start your presentations with topics that keep your audience in their comfort zone. The post Product Positioning Tip 6 of 7: Structuring a Positioning Presentation appeared first on Proficientz.

S.H.O.P.: Learning from the Present

Inside Intercom

Over the course of four weeks, we’ve been exploring some of the key topics around the past, present, and future of retail, looking at the technologies and behaviors that have enabled – and transformed – shopping as we know it. Learning from the Present appeared first on Inside Intercom.

Sales Presentations: Calculating Your Buyer Relevance Quotient (BRQ)


Nothing accelerates the sales process more than a presentation that simply “nails it.” ” Here’s a quick test to determine the B uyer R elevance Q uotient (BRQ) of your sales presentations. The Playbook: Go find a sales presentation you’d consider to be one of the best. Divide the number of buyer-relevant slides by the total number of slides in the presentation. These sales presentations are all about the product and how it works.

3 Practices for Building Strong Presentations

The Product Coalition

The content of the presentation itself. The nuts-and-bolts logistics of how you’ll physically present your content. In fact I’m pressed to think of a single presentation I’ve given where at least something didn’t go differently than planned. We can’t know exactly what to expect during the course of a presentation. But we do know the general types of issues that arise, and we can position our presentations in a way that doesn’t allow these issues to unhinge them.

Get S.M.A.R.T. with your Roadmap

Speaker: Miles Robinson, Technical Project Manager, iFixIt

In this presentation, Miles Robinson will walk through the 5 SMART considerations, providing small tools at each step to help evaluate whether there is more value in doing something yourself or hiring out to others. Each of the tools can be used in isolation or together, and they all help to bring clarity and structure to the data you will need to make the best use of your time, money and people.

Product Presentations & Demos: How Credibility Boosts Your Win Rate


Product presentations and demos can be the determining factor in winning or losing a sale. In many cases, it comes down to the credibility of the presenter more than the capabilities of the product. The presenter is the difference. Contact Proficientz to learn techniques for product presentations and demos that boost your credibility and your win rate. The post Product Presentations & Demos: How Credibility Boosts Your Win Rate appeared first on Proficientz.

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Presenting the Product Design Process

Imaginary Cloud - Design

While it's important to respect the order in which the phases are presented, you can find several steps that can be done at the same time inside each phase. Product design is not a field in which one can provide a definitive solution that'll guarantee the success of every project. As different trends come and go, new techniques and frameworks appear as an effort to perfect processes and provide the best results.

Product Dev: Think “Past, Present & Future”

The Product Coalition

Past, Present and Future. Present: What is the current sprint or work we should be doing today? Future, Present and Past: Future is our backlogs, both development and opportunity backlog (I’m a big fan of Jeff Patton’s dual track ). Present is your typical Scrum/Kanban board/Sprint backlog?—?where Sprint Reviews/Showcases/Demos/etc style events (whatever the hell you call them) I personally like to run sprint reviews following this past, present and future format.

SoftBank Investor Presentation November 2019

Business of Software Conference

SoftBank Investor Presentation November 2019. SoftBank Investor Presentation November 2019. The post SoftBank Investor Presentation November 2019 appeared first on Business of Software USA. With all the talk about WeWork and its disastrous pulled IPO, founder shenanigans etc, it is interesting to read SoftBank’s latest investor update. SoftBank’s Vision Fund has, rightly, come under scrutiny for its investments in WeWork and other ‘punchy’ investments.

How to Sell Your Roadmap to Your Leadership Team

Speaker: Brett Truka, CEO, Devetry

A product roadmap needs to both capture your product’s strategy and outline your execution plan. Because these documents are such an essential component of your job as product manager, you also need to strategize your roadmap presentation. In other words, you need to speak your executive suite’s language. In this webinar, Brett Truka, CEO of Devetry, shares his experiences and advice on how to successfully sell your roadmap to your leadership team.

10 Key Points For A Strong Retention Board Presentation


Our VP of Customer Success ( Kellie Capote ) and I presented to the board this quarter, and I think our talk track is valuable as other CS leaders prepare for future board conversations. .

Upcoming Presentations; Recent Blog Posts; Product Management Tip-a-Day

Good Product Manager

Upcoming Presentations and Events. Here’s just a few of the events where you can find me in the coming months: Tuesday, February 9: I’ll be presenting on The Evolving Product Management Function as part of a series of online presentation. The post Upcoming Presentations; Recent Blog Posts; Product Management Tip-a-Day appeared first on How To Be A Good Product Manager. Happy 2021! I’ve been behind on posting here (it’s been almost 6 months!)

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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.

Presenting the Certified Path to Agility? Practitioner and Facilitator Badges

Agile Velocity

The post Presenting the Certified Path to Agility® Practitioner and Facilitator Badges appeared first on Agile Velocity. We’re proud of our growing network of people dedicated to delivering better business outcomes through the Path to Agility framework.

Embedded Analytics, Everywhere

Speaker: Dean Yao, Director of Marketing at Jinfonet

Empower users with better data presentation and exploration for deeper insights into their data. What's the next big trend in analytics software and applications? You've probably used it without even knowing: embedded reporting and analytics.

Women in Product Management: Gaining Recognition – You Asked, We Answered.

280 Group

This month, we presented a webinar from our Product Management Leadership series – No Bragging Required: How Women in PM Can Get the Recognition They Deserve. You’re presenting.

How to Write and Present a Winning UXR Case Study (With a Free Outline Template)

dscout People Nerds

Learn how to tell your project’s story—all while showing off your own skills.

Inter-Women Presents: Karen and Leandra on leadership

Inside Intercom

The post Inter-Women Presents: Karen and Leandra on leadership appeared first on Inside Intercom. Last week, Intercom CEO Karen Peacock and our new CRO Leandra Fishman joined me for the inaugural event in a discussion series held by Inter-women – one of our internal community groups.

Katja Borchert & Pietro Romeo from FlixBus present: ‘Don’t guess it, test it!’


Katja Borchert, Senior Product Owner & UX Researcher, and Pietro Romeo, UX Researcher, reveal practical and leftfield examples of user research at FlixBus in their presentation ‘Don’t Guess It, Test It!’. As you can see here, we share our presentations, usually, it’s Google Slides, quick summary. You can sign-up to view more full length videos from each available presentation here: BetterUX London 2019 presentations.

Analytics Best Practices: 5 Key Dashboard Design Principles

Explore 5 key principles that exist to ensure you create a relevant dashboard that guides and simplifies the user experience, makes it as easy as possible to interpret what is presented no matter its complexity, and increases the adoption of BI.

How to make a presentation outline: a step-by-step guide


But the fact is, the opposite is true: Planning saves time, and the same goes for creating a business presentation. Start with a presentation outline. A presentation outline is a bare-bones version of your talk. What’s the purpose of your presentation?

COVID-19’s Impact on Product Management; Upcoming Presentations

Good Product Manager

Upcoming Presentations: Summer 2020. Next week, I’ll be presenting at Forrester CX North America ; my session on Tuesday, June 16 is titled What Your Future Customer Will Want and covers how you can start to identify future customer needs. “Accordion” topic: (n) an item on an agenda that could take as much or as little time as is available; also works for presentations that can be done quickly or stretched out to fill time.

“HR Agility” Presented at ATX HR June 2019 Meetup

Agile Velocity

The post “HR Agility” Presented at ATX HR June 2019 Meetup appeared first on Agile Velocity. ?. HR Agility – ATX HR June 2019 from Agile Velocity. In today’s business, the current rate of disruption and increasing amount of global competition require organizations to treat their employees differently. In this new workforce dynamic, it is more imperative than ever for organizations to foster empowered teams and inspired workers.

TEI 248: Do these things to make your presentations more effective – with Nils Davis

Product Innovation Educators

The author of The Secret Product Manager Handbook , Nils Davis, joins us to discuss his tips for better presentations. I expect you’ll enjoy the discussion and find tips you can put into immediate use to better influence through presentations. Summary of some concepts discussed for product managers: [12:01] How can product managers communicate more effectively through presentations? How product managers can combine influence and storytelling to achieve success.

The Essential Guide to Building Analytic Applications

Embedding dashboards, reports, and analytics in an existing application presents some unique opportunities—and poses unique challenges—to software teams. Download this eBook to hear 16 product experts share insights on business intelligence, UI/UX, security, and everything that goes into building a successful application with analytics at its core.

Some Tips for Delivering an Effective Roadmap Presentation · Philosophical Hacker

The Product Coalition

I recently delivered a presentation of our (outcome-based) roadmap. Several people approached me after the presentation to tell me that they found it useful and informative, so I thought I’d jot down some of the things that I think contributed to the warm reception of the presentation. One of the opening slides of my presentation simply outlined (with three short bullets) outcomes. When using a presentation tool, we can use animations to facilitate signposting.

“Leadership Agility” Presented at Agile Leadership Fest 2019

Agile Velocity

The post “Leadership Agility” Presented at Agile Leadership Fest 2019 appeared first on Agile Velocity. Leadership Agility – Agile Leadership Fest 2019 from Agile Velocity. What got you here as a leader is not going to get you to the next level. Faster rate of disruption and a new workforce dynamic are demanding leaders work differently. In this workshop at Agile Leadership Fest, David Hawks discussed key mindset shifts leaders need to make to thrive in this new world.

The Simple Formula to Creating an Exceptional Product Presentation


Your product presentation may be for external clients or internal stakeholders/management. However, at some point you’ll need to present your product’s roadmap to an audience. As a result, your presentation shouldn’t be too technical or you’ll lose them before you even start. A simple formula for creating your best product presentation is to start with a product timeline.

TEI 222: Presenting new products at trade shows and events – with Amy McWhirter

Product Innovation Educators

Learn how to cut through the noise and make human connections presenting new products. She is Amy McWhirter, corporate event host, emcee, and trade show presenter. I am a professional trade show presenter. I presented at auto shows and other B2C events and discovered that there was a whole B2B trade show world. We used animations behind the screens as visuals and crafted the presentation from there. 16:40] What are the elements of a good presentation?

Understanding Users at Scale with Product Analytics

Speaker: Sandhya Hegde, Director of Product, Amplitude

A deep understanding of how users interact with your product is critical for PMs at every stage of their product's lifecycle. Whether you are building new features, trying to improve customer experience or battling poor retention - user behavior forms the foundation of your product strategy.