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Become a Better Product Manager in Just One Weekend

BY Martin Eriksson on January 9, 2017

It’s a new year and time to think about how to achieve all those crazy new years resolutions we’ve set ourselves. We can’t help with a healthier lifestyle but we can help you level up your product management career! ProductCamp London We’re excited to announce that the next ProductCamp London will be on Saturday March […]

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Become a Product Hero in Just One Weekend

BY Martin Eriksson on February 23, 2016

There are two paths to being a product hero – bringing new skills back to your team or sharing your hard earned lessons with the wider product community – so we’re putting together a weekend in London where you can do both! Join us in April to hone your skills with one of our awesome […]

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Read our round-up from ProductCamp London 2015

BY Danielle Colyer on April 13, 2015

Last Saturday more than 200 product professionals from around the world descended on Paddington for what promised to be a day of lively discussion, networking and many coffees at ProductCamp’s sixth London “unconference”. In true unconference spirit there were no official speakers and no formal agenda – but instead a truckload of discussion ideas pitched by […]

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4 New Ways to Level-Up Your Product Management Skills

BY Janna Bastow on February 4, 2015

Due to the high demand following our workshops at 2014 MTP.con, we are pleased to announce four new ways to develop your product management skills, each being taught by true experts in each of their specialisation areas. These four separate all-day sessions, held on Friday March 27th, will only hold 30 attendees because we know […]

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Product Management in Commerce: Online, Offline and Mobile

BY Jock Busuttil on February 28, 2014

As the UK shops itself out of recession, it was more than fitting that February’s ProductTank London was all about product management in commerce: online, offline and mobile.  This month we had three eye-opening talks: CEO at Depop Runar Reistrup (@runarreistrup) talking about mobile design for the real world; “the Malcolm Tucker of testing” Craig […]

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ProductCamp London 2014 Recap

BY Jock Busuttil on February 25, 2014

On a bright, crisp Saturday morning in February, loads of you joined us for our best ProductCamp London yet to share, learn and network with other product people.  We were especially pleased to have product management guru and ProductCamp co-founder Rich Mironov (@RichMironov) joining us from the West Coast. What’s an “Un-conference”, Anyhoo? There were […]

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Guest Post: Knowing You Are A Product Manager Makes All The Difference

BY EmmaHarris on August 18, 2011

Editor’s note: ‘Product Manager’ can be an ambiguous term in some companies, like ‘UX’ has been in recent times. A big part of what we’re trying to do at MindTheProduct is help companies understand the Product Manager and to identify this person formally within their teams. Almost always, at least one person is already doing […]

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Why product managers and entrepreneurs need to be more alike

BY Jock Busuttil on March 23, 2011

Whether you’re part of a large, established company or a small, new start-up venture, you need to think like an entrepreneur if you manage products.  Here’s a round-up of some of the presentations and discussions I attended at London’s recent ProductCamp, with links to the slide decks and recommended reading where applicable. Summary of advice: […]

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7 things I wish I knew before I became a product manager

BY Cathy Ma on March 21, 2011

About a year ago I started a soul-searching process.  I was ‘suffering’ from professional schizophrenia.  I started my career as researcher on the sociology of Wikipedia with the emphasis on community dynamics and trust, then joined Yahoo! as their community go-to person.  I contributed product ideas, helped them formed their European objectives, and did some […]

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Humble Beginnings of ProductCamp London

BY Janna Bastow on March 14, 2011

I started ProductCamp London not because I thought I knew a lot about product management and wanted to spread the word, nor because I felt the need to kick off a large series of events. I simply just wanted to meet other product managers! If you’re like me and work in a startup, you’re likely […]

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