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Core Concept: Getting Engineers to Embrace the Product Trio

Product Talk

The Core Concepts series addresses common questions and concerns within the world of continuous product discovery. Over the past few weeks, we’ve been looking at common questions about the product trio. Did you miss the previous posts in this series? You can find them all here.

How to Improve Product Adoption: Proven Strategies for Product Managers

Apptentive

Product adoption is a key piece of any successful customer acquisition strategy or onboarding program. Understanding how, when, and why (or why not) customers become power users or high-value customers can drive ROI, inform future product roadmap decisions, and lower customer acquisition costs (CAC).

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The influence of psychological safety on product management

Mind the Product

Psychological safety has recently become one of the buzzwords in many workplaces. Many leaders might understand its importance but they often misunderstand what exactly it means and how to establish it.

Why Do People Believe the ‘Social Media is Mind Control’ Myth?

Nir Eyal

The post Why Do People Believe the ‘Social Media is Mind Control’ Myth? appeared first on Nir and Far. Self Discipline

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How to Empower Your Users So You Can Create a Great Product

Speaker: Johanna Rothman, Management Consultant, Rothman Consulting Group

Join Johanna Rothman, Author and Consultant, for her session that will discuss why instead of designing for the users, CTOs and their teams should collaborate with empowered users to create a great product together.

How product success goals better than the business

Farviz

The success-driven way of business in an ever-changing industry

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How to motivate a product team

Mind the Product

A motivated team is a happy team. A happy team is more creative, provides better solutions, and to top it off, it’s also more productive.

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Strategyzer

Innovation Process: Testing Business Ideas

How Can Product Managers Be Better Communicators?

The Product Coalition

The goal-setting process is a crucial one to any organization, but it is often done in a hasty manner. Here is how you can set goals… Continue reading on Product Coalition ». productivity technology product-management enterprise ux

In-Depth Interviews: Guidelines for Generating Insights

Generation Focus

Conducting UX research is an essential aspect of the product design process. Gathering insights and feedback from end-users before, during, and after the design phase can help facilitate the development of successful products.

Address the Challenges of Siloed Monitoring Tools

Companies frequently experience monitoring tool sprawl. Find out why monitoring tool sprawl occurs, why it’s a problem for businesses, and the positive business impacts of monitoring tool consolidation.

Making magic with balanced teams by Becki Hyde

Mind the Product

In this ProductTank Louisville talk, Becki Hyde, senior product manager and leadership advisor at VMWare Tanzu Labs, explains some of the problems that many teams working in the tech industry face.

344: State of product management performance in 2021 – with Greg Geracie

Product Innovation Educators

Learn what sets successful product management teams apart. Today we are talking about a recent study that gives us insights into what’s going on in product management and product management teams. For several years, our guest has conducted the Study of Product Team Performance.

The Efficiency Paradox (or, How to Maximize Value Through Inefficiency)

The Product Coalition

Escher’s “ Ascending and Descending” Most products are designed to make our lives easier?—?to to make our everyday tasks more efficient, if you will.

Purpose vs. Product: Differentiate Your Strategy from Tactics (Portfolio & Roadmaps)

Johanna Rothman

I'm struggling to write several posts and I realized I need to define my terms. I keep seeing managers confuse the strategic and tactical. That leads to large and unchangeable roadmaps and a lot of emphasis on predictability.

The State of Product Leadership Report 2021

Delivery is the top success metric for product leaders. But should it be? This is just one of the findings in this year’s State of Product Leadership report. Download the report to discover more ways product management is changing in 2021.

Getting to the bottom line of valuation – Giff Constable

Mind the Product

Understanding your company’s business model is a key skill for all product people, but understanding how that affects your valuation is what takes things to the next level. What are you maximizing for and how does your pricing model impact that?

The 30 Best Bits of Advice We’ve Heard on Our Podcast (So Far)

First Round Review

As our new podcast crosses the 30-episode mark, we've listened back to each one and plucked out our favorite pieces of advice shared by startup leaders at companies like Notion, Lambda School, Plaid, and Segment.

The Common Sense Series — Never Neglect Your Internal Stakeholders

The Product Coalition

The Common Sense Series?—?Never Never Neglect Your Internal Stakeholders 4 ways to make sure people will follow you to the moon Photo by Marvin Meyer on Unsplash Sounds really straightforward doesn’t it? And yet it seems like buy-in from internal stakeholders is very often taken for granted.

Experimentation isn’t an add-on: Why you need a strong A/B testing solution in your data stack

Mixpanel

Best-of-breed product analytics solutions like Mixpanel are extremely valuable in that they do the best job at revealing how your users are behaving on your web and mobile apps.

The Beauty and Brains of Actionable Data: How to Go From Concept to Reality

Speaker: Dr. Joe Perez, Senior Systems Analyst at NC Dept. of Health & Human Services, and Chief Technology Officer at SolonTek

Join Dr. Joe Perez, Senior Systems Analyst at NC DHHS, and Chief Technology Officer, SolonTek, to learn how you can capitalize on your ideas by blending internal with external while leveraging them into a cohesive strategy for both the short term and the long term.

Scaling product teams for fun and profit by Claire Vo

Mind the Product

Whether you’re going from 0 to 1, 2 to 10, or 50 to 100 it can be disorienting when your team size multiplies and product lines scale.

Appcues Product Tours – How to Build Them + 3 Alternatives

Userpilot

Appcues Product Tours is one of the most popular tools for building new user onboarding for SaaS. But is it the best tool? In this post, we will explore the pros and cons of building product tours in Appcues, how to do it, and look at the top 3 alternatives for your SaaS.

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How To Define Customer Problems: Part 1 of 5 — Solving Problems

The Product Coalition

A five-part series on defining and solving product problems — Part 1 — Solving problems. Continue reading on Product Coalition ». issue-tree product assumptions problem-solving hypothesis-testing

Product Enablement – What, Why, How, When – and the Blockers

ProductCraft

Starting a product-led culture requires a product enablement strategy — a process associated with training the rest of your company about your product. That’s right – it’s about raising awareness about your product internally.

Cloud-Scale Monitoring With AWS and Datadog

In this eBook, find out the benefits and complexities of migrating workloads to AWS, and services that AWS offers for containers and serverless computing.

SUNDAY REWIND: Reboot your team by Christina Wodtke

Mind the Product

You know what they say, teamwork makes the dream work but for that to be the case, you need a team that’s working well together. In this Sunday Rewind, we go back to 2018 and Christina Wodtke’s San Francisco talk about how to reboot the team you have or build a healthy one from the [.]

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BoS Podcast Ep 76 with Teresa Torres

Business of Software Conference

In this conversation with Fall 2021 and USA 2019’s BoS speaker Teresa Torres, Mark Littlewood digs into her latest on customer discovery and what to expect in her new book and her BoS Fall talk Continuous Discovery Habits. Teresa Torres is an internationally acclaimed author, speaker, and coach.

My Must-Read Book Picks for 2021

The Product Coalition

Last year I embarked on a quest?—?open open up to new experiences and get out of my comfort zone as much as possible. It included the decision to read as many books as possible (but honestly, I always loved reading).

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How to Avoid Flaky Tests?

Modus Create

Google’s QA team defines a flaky test as a test that exhibits both a passing and a failing result with the same code. They are not only frustrating but can also be quite expensive since they increase the turnover time.

Best Practices for Creating Long-Lasting and Continuous Discovery Habits

Speaker: Teresa Torres, Internationally Acclaimed Author, Speaker, and Coach at ProductTalk.org

Join internationally acclaimed author, speaker, and coach Teresa Torres as she explores the what, how, and why behind creating continuous discovery habits that give your team a clear benchmark to aspire to.

MaryAlexa Divver, Director of Product at Public.com

ProductCraft

On this week’s episode of Product Love, I sat down with MaryAlexa Divver. MaryAlexa is currently the Director of Product at Public.

Education Reimagined: How an Innovative New Tool for Students Got a “Boost”

Innovatemap

Boost , founded by Josh Owens (Chief Executive Officer) and Ben Motz (Chief Research Officer) in 2020, addresses a universal issue. Students are busier than ever, and with the additional stress and chaos of online learning, school is becoming increasingly difficult to manage.

Product Strategy 101: How to Continue When There Isn’t a Right Answer

The Product Coalition

Creating a product strategy is almost never a matter of answering a few simple questions and figuring it out. Moreover, it’s not like there is a right answer that is objectively true (and even if there was, you wouldn’t be able to know it). Sounds confusing? It is.