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How to build a billion dollar digital marketplace – examples from Uber, eBay, Craigslist, and more

Andrew Chen

Marketplaces are easily underestimated. When marketplaces get big, they can get really big. Some of the biggest tech successes ever – eBay, Airbnb, Alibaba, Uber – are marketplaces worth tens of billions of dollars each.

Sharon Keane – Apps & Flat Packs

Mind the Product

Summary: If you want to change legacy systems or industries, focus on bringing people with you. This helps you find solutions which genuinely solve problems rather than imposing your perspective on others. Bloom & Wild are trying to make flower delivery easy and fun – No longer do you need to worry about whether someone is in, if they’re at their desk or even what a nice bouquet looks like.

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TEI146: Who product managers focus on for designing great products – with Brian Baker

Product Innovation Educators

How to get the right insights from the right users to have successful products. Design is increasingly an aspect of product management, not just product teams. More of us are familiar with user experience and its impact on design, but where does design really begin?

Help Salespeople Tell the Story of Your Product

280 Group

In this video Brian Lawley, CEO and Founder of 280 Group, will talk with Tom Evans, a Senior Product Management Consultant and Trainer. Today Tom will explain how as a Product Manager, you can really help Salespeople tell the story of your product.

Mixing Qualitative & Quantitative Data with Storyboarding

Speaker: Tristan Kromer, Lean Agile Coach, Kromatic

Qualitative vs. Quantitative is a silly argument. Qualitative data from UXers should not compete against the quantitative data product owners need for their business model. Both are necessary to have a complete understanding of where the desirability of the product meets the viability of the business.

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Learning Product Management Skills vs. Training: Big Difference!

High Octane Product Management

There’s a significant difference between learning product management skills and going through a product management training course. Learning is where things get far more interesting. From the time I was a teenager, I aspired to be a decent golfer – just good enough to beat my friends at the time and not embarrass myself later on in life when playing with colleagues or clients.

Resilience in change

Lead on Purpose

Change happens. Change is one of the inevitable aspects of business and life. Some find it difficult to deal with change, and their attitude toward it limits their growth. I believe the biggest inhibitor is their inability to see past … Continue reading → Purpose business change progress resilience success


The (Psychological) Safety Dance

John Cutler

Overused? Abused? Why are we obsessed with psychological safety?


Why Wistia Turned its Company into a Mountain-Climbing Team


Maintaining your agility while simultaneously making the product development process predictable is one of the biggest challenges any product leader faces. It was about a year ago that we realized: we were failing at this, and.

Creating the "Right" Product Roadmap With Data

Speaker: Sunil Parekh, Head of Product Management, SimplyInsured

Data can be qualitative or quantitative, and comes from multiple sources: customer interviews, product usage & funnel analytics, company financial performance, and internal stakeholders. How do you use that data to create a product roadmap that is aligned with your organization’s business needs?

The Compass to Validate Correctly in Actual Lean Startup

I Wonder The Value

In August, I organized Lean Startup session with one of my mentors, Guita Gopalan. What the audiences were excited about is how to get feedback from customers, simply and quickly.

Feedback Is The Key To Success In Product Development

Sequent Learning Networks Product Management Blog

The post Feedback Is The Key To Success In Product Development appeared first on Sequent Learning Networks. BLOG FEATURED PRODUCT MARKETING

Shift-M Podcast Posted About Hiring

Johanna Rothman

Yegor Bugayenko asked me to be a guest on his podcast to talk about Hiring Geeks That Fit. I gladly accepted and the podcast is now up: Shift-M/10. We spoke about many issues in hiring: Laundry list/shopping list problem in job descriptions.