Sun.Oct 02, 2022

SUNDAY REWIND: No one is immune to cognitive bias

Mind the Product

No one is immune to cognitive biases. Cindy Alvarez, Principle Researcher at Microsoft and Author of Lean Customer Development wanted us to recognize this fact at #mtpcon San Francisco 2018. In this Sunday Rewind, we look back on this talk and what we learned from her keynote. [.]

How to Lead Your Audience to the Result You Want?

The Product Coalition

As product managers, we can’t succeed without others agreeing with our direction and doing their part. Meetings are an important tool in that mission. First, you need to prepare and understand what is the desired outcome of that meeting. But then comes the hard part — how to get everyone onboard?


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The 3 principles of a successful acquihire


There will be a spate of acquihires in the next 18-24 months. I’ve been closely involved in a dozen plus acquihires. After seeing both successes and failures, I believe he 3 principles of a successful acquihire are: (a) Talent. (b) b) Domain. (c) c) Team size. Talent: Since acquihires are about talent, there must be 1-2 verifiably (ideally through prior collaboration) exceptional people on an acquihired team, folks who raise the bar for that function or domain at the acquirer.

Uncommon Advice to Young People Who Want to Succeed in Product Management

The Product Coalition

Becoming a great product manager isn’t about acquiring hard skills. So what makes a great product manager? I remember when I joined an early stage startup and started to develop hard skills. I learned SQL and JavaScript to gain autonomy and engineers’ respect.

What Not to Do When Onboarding Your Customer

Speaker: Jamie Bernard, Senior Product Manager and Product Management Practice Lead at Nexient, an NTT Data Company

In this webinar, you will learn principles and practices to simplify your customers' onboarding experience

How to build a game for the Playdate console (Part Four)

Michael J. Fordham

Learn how to play background music and change the speed based on gameplay in your Playdate game. Continue reading on Medium ». development lua game-development indie-game game-design