Tue.Aug 04, 2020

Machine Learning for Product Managers – A Quick Primer

Mind the Product

Currently, there are thousands of products, apps, and services driven by machine learning (ML) that we use every day. As was reported by Crunchbase, in 2019 there were 8,705 companies and startups that rely on this technology.

From Friday Forward to Monday Motivation: Q&A with Robert Glazer

Nir Eyal

The post From Friday Forward to Monday Motivation: Q&A with Robert Glazer appeared first on Nir and Far. Motivation

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Why Minimize Management Decision Time

Johanna Rothman

I wrote Unearthing Your Project's Delays a couple of years ago. I told the story of Cliff, a manager who wanted to understand why the projects were so late. I gave several talks about that article. One eagle-eyed fellow asked me this question, “How long was the time from T0 to T1?”

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How Assumptions Mapping Can Focus Your Teams On Running Experiments That Matter

Strategyzer

You’ve finally managed to get your teams excited about experimentation. But how do you focus that excitement into designing experiments that matter? We’ve observed newly motivated teams running landing pages or interviews, only to ignore the riskiest assumptions in their strategy.

Social Collaborative Management: Harnessing the Power of the Many

Speaker: Peter Taylor, Speaker & Author of The Lazy Project Manager

Social Collaborative Management aims at delivering, at the enterprise level, a common goal for the business while harnessing the performance advantages of a collaborative community. This is a vital paradigm shift that many organisations are trying to understand right now - balancing traditional work and centralised leadership against the value of decentralised teams and trust. But the principles of harnessing collective power, collaboration, and community build an underlying ‘constant change’ capability that is critical in today’s new work environment.

Behind Razorpay’s Design Thinking: The USERSS Framework

NextBigWhat

We break it all down to 6 steps – Understand, Study, Engage, Reconstruct, Ship and Study. Interestingly enough, their initials form the acronym USERSS (Yeah the final S was necessary. It is one of the pillars Razorpay experience stands on).

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4 Ingenious Ways To Recruit Patients For Clinical Trials

Arkenea

Technology is revolutionizing the process of patient recruitment for the clinical drug trials and making it efficient and cost-effective. The post 4 Ingenious Ways To Recruit Patients For Clinical Trials appeared first on Arkenea. Product Success

Introducing Nulab Pass: Enterprise-grade security for all Nulab services

Nulab

As our users scale their businesses with the help of Nulab’s products, it’s crucial that we’re able to secure their data every step of the way. To this end, we’re doing something we haven’t done in a while: we’re releasing a new product.

[Case Study] Petaluma Health Center Leverages A Mobile App To Reduce Physician Burnout

Arkenea

The medical scribe app resulted in streamlining of clinical workflow while taking patient notes and contributed positively towards boosting clinical efficiency. The post [Case Study] Petaluma Health Center Leverages A Mobile App To Reduce Physician Burnout appeared first on Arkenea. Product Success

Your Dev Squads Shouldn’t Be Hitting 100% of Their Sprint Goals

ProductPlan

Goals are a good thing. Without setting goals, we have don’t know what we’re trying to accomplish and have no real way to measure success. They’re directive, motivating, and establish the guide rails around any activity. In the world of Agile, every sprint has goals.

The Connected Journey: Developing your Empathy to Strengthen Strategies for Customer Relations

Speaker: Esther Kieft, Delivery Manager (Group Technology) at Domino's Pizza Enterprises

It is well known that empathy is a key ingredient in creating lovable products, yet not all products offer the best customer experience. From meeting stringent deadlines to insufficient resources being available to carry out customer research, there is a range of reasons why customer empathy could be missing in product development. Join Esther Kieft, as she breaks down using empathy at a distance to evaluate the problems that customers are experiencing during this global health crisis.

Using User Research to Improve Conversion Rates with Jon MacDonald, Founder of The Good

UserInterviews

How research can help improve conversion rates, and why they're not as simple as you think

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Your MVP is Not the Minimum Product

ProductPlan

If you’re a product manager or part of a startup, you’ve likely heard about the Minimum Viable Product concept for getting products to market faster. In my opinion, the definition of an MVP is often misunderstood, and I’ve seen entrepreneurs and product teams misinterpret it with unfortunate results.