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Mind the Product APAC – What We Learned

Mind the Product

Our week-long event – Mind the Product APAC has come to an end and what a week it’s been! Our product family is feeling bigger and better than ever before but just because the event is over, does not mean the celebration has to end too.

Working Remotely as a Product Manager: It’s about trust.

Product Management Unpacked

Everyone is now learning about remote work: how to do it, what not to do, and the pros and cons of working from home for different jobs.

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Why We Should All Be Wearing (and Making) Face Masks Right Now

Nir Eyal

The post Why We Should All Be Wearing (and Making) Face Masks Right Now appeared first on Nir and Far. Decision Making


Dealing with Difficult Emotions in Product Management

Roman Pichler

Why Difficult Emotions Matter Particularly for Product People. We may not like difficult emotions like confusion, frustration, anger, envy, sadness, and worry, but we all experience them.

Design Thinking for Product Teams: Leverage Human Insight Throughout Development

Product teams must increase their exposure hours with customers—seeing and hearing them. Human insights and the design thinking framework can be applied to your development cycle to help you build better products and experiences for your customers.

Trailblazing Women in Product Management: Diane Levin, VP of Marketing and Product Development at New York Power Authority

280 Group

In honor of International Women’s Day, 280 Group hosted a virtual panel discussion on how trailblazing women paved their way into Product Management. We heard from PM veterans their success stories, lessons from past failures, candid feedback on how to tackle gender parity in PM, and actionable insights to move forward with. Watch the Facebook Live video of Trailblazing Women in PM: How to Blaze Your Own Trail. How did you get into product management?

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Best Practices for Designing Products That are Desirable, Viable, and Feasible

Mind the Product

The ultimate goal of any product team is to design products that are desirable, viable, and feasible. To achieve this, and drive rapid validation and iteration cycles, teams need to constantly refine their understanding of three key questions. These are: Who is my customer? What is their problem?

We Won’t Return to Normal; We Will Discover Normal

Johanna Rothman

Many people talk about “going back to normal.” ” We aren't going to return to normal. That old normal is gone, at least for a year, if not longer. (I I suspect we will cycle between remote work and office work for the foreseeable future.). What we can do is discover a new normal.

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Agree to Disagree and the Importance of Questions

Ask Benny

There is nothing worse than a culture that does not allow for questions while following decisions. A World in Crisis These days of coronavirus are an amazing opportunity to reflect on our beliefs. Keeping ethics is always harder in crisis times.

Testing a New Virtual Masterclass Idea


Every year we run about 10 Strategyzer masterclasses around the world. We train thousands of business leaders and professionals in the tools, processes and skills they need to create new growth in the organizations they work for. Training


A New Segmentation Model for Customer Onboarding

In this eBook, we will show you a new framework for building a customer onboarding program, including how to segment users and drive long-term value and retention through education.

Why Product Management For eCommerce Is Different To Other Projects

Spice Catalyst

A huge amount of work goes into running a successful eCommerce business, as anyone who’s ever tried to run a store (even just in their spare time) has rapidly noticed.

A Practical Guide for Product Strategy From Almundo: A Case Study:

Mind the Product

Eighteen months ago travel tech company Almundo started to refine its processes to become a product-driven company. Our goal was to define how we would set and communicate the company strategy, and how that strategy would lead OKRs and backlog definition. This is what we did.

Collection of My Rapidly Remote and Managing in Uncertainty Writing

Johanna Rothman

I wrote a number of posts and newsletters over the past few weeks to help you see alternatives in this age of uncertainty. I hope you use these ideas to generate other ideas or ask more questions and create more experiments.

A Leader's Guide to Metrics Reviews

Sachin Rekhi

Ada and I both had the privilege of working at two data-driven companies, LinkedIn and SurveyMonkey , led by two analytically rigorous leaders, Jeff Weiner , and the late Dave Goldberg. Those experiences shaped the way that we both now think about building an effective data-driven product culture.

Building Healthy Innovation Ecosystems for Your Projects

Speaker: Nick Noreña, Innovation Coach and Advisor, Kromatic

In this webinar, Nick Noreña will walk through an Innovation Ecosystem Model that he and his team at Kromatic have developed to help investors, heads of product, teachers, and executives understand how they can best support innovation in their own ecosystem. He'll also go over metrics we can use to measure the health of our ecosystems as we build more resources for innovators.

How to organize your analytics tracking plan, and get everyone on the same (Notion) page

The Product Coalition

How to make an analytics tracking plan, and get your team on the same (Notion) page Founders and PMs swear by lean, iterative methodologies. Unfortunately, they all soon find out a move-fast-and-break-things approach is incompatible with good analytics.

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Interview: Stephen Apap on the role of UX research at Betsson


Stephen Apap , Lead UX Researcher at Betsson Group, has been with the online gambling company for over 5 years now, delivering actionable insights and recommendations based on the voice and behavior of the consumer.

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The Importance of Connection and Community

Mind the Product

No man is an island. Now, more than ever, the entire world is understanding the importance of human connection and people are actively connecting with the people they know (and the people they want to know) in new and innovative ways.

TEI 277: 24+ speakers share strategies for product managers and VPs to have higher success – with Chad McAllister, PhD

Product Innovation Educators

Get the strategies, insights, tools, practices, and tips you need for success now and in the future. Instead of a normal weekly interview I’m sharing with you 24+ brand new video interviews with world-class experts.

Build vs Buy: 10 Hidden Costs of Building Analytics with UI Components

Many teams, as a logical first step, choose to build their own analytics with the help of UI components. But eventually you’ll find that doing it yourself and at scale has hidden costs. Consider these 10 factors when deciding whether you should build analytics features with UI components.

Selecting the Right KPIs for Your Product Team


Key performance indicators (KPIs) might help product managers communicate effectively with their stakeholders, whether they are customers or internal team members.

Overcome the New PO Jitters

The Product Coalition

Three Methods to Acclimate to Your New Product Owner Position Continue reading on ». career-change collaboration anxiety product-owner leadership

3 healthcare apps with the best UI/UX design

Imaginary Cloud - Design

As we all know, technology has made several advances in the past decades. It changed the way we communicate with each other, how we acquire products and interact with services in general. One of the areas with the most progress in this shift was healthcare.

The Birth of a Product Community

Mind the Product

You will be pleased to hear that this is not another post about COVID-19. It has no tips for working remotely. I have no idea how to entertain your kids while their school is closed. I don’t know why people are panic-buying toilet paper.

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More Effective Agile Leadership

Speaker: Steve McConnell, CEO, Construx Software

In this talk, Steve McConnell, CEO of Construx Software, distills hundreds of companies’-worth of real-world experience into the proven Agile leadership practices that work best. Steve will seamlessly thread together traditional approaches, early Agile approaches, modern Agile approaches, and the principles and context that underlie them all—creating an invaluable resource for Agile leaders, their teams, and their organizations.

Customer care in a crisis: How support teams are navigating shifts in volume, wait times, and CSAT

Inside Intercom

As the coronavirus outbreak upends lives and businesses everywhere, support teams are increasingly the first place that customers turn to for guidance. Our new research reveals the impact it’s had on these teams.

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Getting the Most Out of Product Roadmaps


At their best, product roadmaps provide a visual representation of a company’s strategy and align engineering, marketing, sales, support, and the C-suite around a shared document. In addition, the optimal product roadmap inspires innovation by revealing your product’s strongest differentiators.

Don’t Use MoSCoW for Product Prioritisation

The Product Coalition

I often see MoSCoW being used to prioritise product development work but for anything mildly complex (almost anything) with more than one customer it isn’t appropriate. Here’s why. MoSCoW?—?Must Must Have, Should Have, Could Have, Won’t Have?—?isn’t

Why “Customer First” Fails – And What To Do About It | Ayat Shukairy, Invesp | BoS USA 2018

Business of Software Conference

Ayat Shukairy, Invesp. Ayat is a ‘queen of CRO’ with over ten years helping companies create websites that customers love, and that result in increased sales and retention. Most marketing talk, or business strategy meetings, emphasizes the importance of ‘customer first’.

Add User Tests to Your Agile Process: Reduce Risk in Shipping New Products

Agile has become the go-to methodology for companies that want to reduce the risk involved in shipping new products. But how do you prevent building items nobody wants? If you wait to get user feedback until after development, then you’ve waited too long.