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Why you Need a Product Analytics Playbook

When it comes to successfully implementing a data-informed approach to product analytics, it’s easy to find lists of tips and tactics. It’s much harder to put together a strategy you can return to time and again. Every product is different, of course. There’s not a one-size-fits-all approach. But we do have common methodologies for framing […]

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Pros and Cons of Market Research Tactics

When it comes to capturing the public’s imagination, few works of fiction have ever done it as well as the movie Jurassic Park did almost 25 years ago – I couldn’t believe it’s been that long either. The special effects were insane for the time, but even more amazing was how the way they resurrected […]

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Nathan Snyder talks about cognitive science in product management at ProductTank NYC

Organisation Design & Cognitive Science in Product Development.

Nathan Snyder is co-founder at Nature of Work, a New York based Work Design Studio using organisational development tools blended with cognitive science to help make work more satisfying and fulfilling for all employees. In this talk for Product Leaders, Nathan tells how even large and complex legacy companies can make strategy personal to all […]

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Edith Harbaugh talks about how best to deploy feature flags in your product at ProductTank San Francisco

10 Ways to Use Feature Flags

Take back control of your products with Edith Harbaugh, CEO and Co-Founder at Launch Darkly. Edith shares her expertise with 10 things to do with Feature Flags. She explains why feature flags are beneficial to Product Managers and shows you how to use them to manage risk, keep different groups of users happy, and make […]

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SiQing Lin shares her experiences with Internationalisation and Localisation at ProductTank London

Internationalisation and Localisation

TUI’s small team in London, have designed and built mobile apps which are used by millions of people around the world. SiQing Lin shares how they’ve achieved success at such scale. Build centrally, deliver locally  Their business in Europe is broken into 4 market clusters, that allows them to do things on the ground how […]

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Oprah versus Spock: Advice from Dan Olsen and The Lean Product Playbook

“Product/Market Fit” is a concept that every start-up founder knows is important, but many have trouble achieving or even defining. In The Lean Product Playbook, author Dan Olsen details a six-step process to achieving product/market fit: Determine your target customer Identify underserved customer needs Define your value proposition Specify your MVP feature set Create your […]

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Lean experiments: Tristan Kromer on better product process

I spoke to Lean Startup coach Tristan Kromer at Lean Startup Week earlier this month, where he presented a workshop about a “lean experiments toolbox”. Lean Startup Week is a conference for teams and leaders interested in applying a Lean Startup methodology to their product and Tristan helped to organise the Lean Unconference that kicked off […]

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Handling requests for new features in a successful product

If you have a successful product and your users ask for new features that really make sense, then you’re in an enviable position.  However, the way in which you choose handle these requests can play a big role in the product’s future success or failure.  In my experience there are several alternatives worth considering: Do […]

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