6 Years of Amazing Product Talks

BY MARTIN ERIKSSON ON DECEMBER 5, 2017

Jake Knapp #mtpcon Design Sprints

For the past 6 years Mind the Product has run #mtpcon in London and San Francisco – the biggest and best product management conferences in the world. We invite some of the top product thinkers and practitioners from all over the world to share their experiences, insights, and lessons, and now we invite you to watch the entire library of talks!

The talks were the best talks I’ve heard in a very long time.
Marty Cagan

2017

20 Years of Product Management in 25 Minutes by Dave Wascha
Building Products AI-First by Aparna Chennapragada
Creative Spaces that Work by Sarah B. Nelson
Critical Thinking for Product Teams by Teresa Torres
Design Sprints by Jake Knapp
Escaping the Build Trap by Melissa Perri
Great Design for Great Digital Products by Jane Austin
How Calm Technology Can Help Us Be More Human by Amber Case
How High Performance Organisations Innovate at Scale by Barry O’Reilly
How to Survive the Hardest Part of Product Management by Janna Bastow
Innovation is Broken by Janice Fraser
Product Design in the Era of the Algorithm by Josh Clark
Sense & Respond: The Farm Awakens by Jeff Gothelf & Josh Seiden
The Craft of Prototyping by Caitlin Kalinowski
The Heart of Innovation by Blade Kotelly
The Heartbeat of Product by Nate Walkingshaw
The Only Product Metric that Matters by Josh Elman
Transforming to a Product Culture by Lea Hickman
What Makes us Creative by Scott Berkun

2016

Behind Every Great Product by Marty Cagan
Building Happy Product Teams like Heist Teams by Laura Klein
Crafting a Creative Culture by Jeff Veen
Crafting Products That Engage by Donna Lichaw
Designing Your Way to Better Team Collaboration by Alison Coward
Grounding Product by Scott Belsky
Making Sense of Any Product by Abby Covert
Metaphor and Stories in Product Management by Elizabeth Churchill
Paving the Cow Path and Other Stories by Simon Cross
Product Management is More Important Than Ever by Martin Eriksson
Product Managers: Please Make Yourself Uncomfortable by Ken Norton
Remaking the Making Company – From Technology to Experiences by Maria Giudice
Scaling Lean Principles by Jeff Gothelf
Taking Your Product Across Cultures by Lisa Long
The Experience is the Product by Peter Merholz
The Importance of Listening to Your Customers by David Cancel
The Psychology Behind Successful Products by Nathalie Nahai
Why We Need Product People to Save AI by Ashwini Asokan
Your Product is Already Obsolete – How to Survive by Des Traynor

2015

5 Psychological Principles of Persuasive Product Design by Nathalie Nahai
A Girl’s Guide to Product Management by Amanda Richardson
Badass: Making Users Awesome by Kathy Sierra
Building a Winning Product Strategy from the Kano Model by Jared Spool
Going from Meh to Awesome by Shiva Rajaraman
How to Outsmart the Digital Deluge by Dave Coplin
Managing Conflict in Product by Rochelle King
Modernizing the Citizen Experience by Dana Chisnell
Product = People by Nilan Peiris
Product Development Tools by Ryan Singer
Product Management by Orders of Magnitude by Ken Norton
Rapid Prototyping in Product Management by Tom Chi
Science vs Stories by Linda Rising
The Art of Saying No by Mina Radhakrishnan
We Shape our Products, and Our Products Shape Us by Josh Brewer
Where do Great Products Come From? by Jon Kolko

2014

Being Human in a Digital World: Lessons from the intersection of tech & culture by Genevieve Bell
Build badass users by Kathy Sierra
Building habit-forming products by Nir Eyal
Changing organisations to improve products by Leisa Reichelt
Design is as important as technology by Irene Au
Designing your Value Proposition by Alex Osterwalder
Inside the mind of the product manager by Dave Wascha
Product strategy in a growing company by Des Traynor
You need to embrace chaos to succeed by Fred Destin

2013

Beyond usable – mapping emotion to experience by Kelly Goto
Delivering a Pure Product by Aziz Musa
Design as Competitive Advantage by Andy Budd
How to Build a Billion Dollar App by George Berkowski
Innovations that Matter by Tim Harford
Lean Product Development by Brant Cooper & Patrick Vlaskovits
Product Design for Tomorrow by Cennydd Bowles
The next product canvas by Paul Adams

2012

Does my fridge need twitter? by Tom Coates
Evoking real-world experiences by Hannah Donovan & Matthew Ogle
Is purpose the new pivot? by Tom Hulme
Product management in large organisations, do it with Jazz by Tom Loosemore
Rapid prototyping Google Glass by Tom Chi
The antithesis of product process by Charles Adler
Top 10 tips to making products people love by Marty Cagan
What games can teach us about product development by John Earner

What Comes Next?

Don’t forget to keep an eye on our upcoming product management conferences around the world and come see the speakers in person – as well as meeting your tribe and soaking up all the fun!

Martin Eriksson

About MARTIN ERIKSSON

Martin Eriksson has 20+ years experience building world-class online products in both corporate and start-up environments for global brands such as Monster, Financial Times, Huddle, and Covestor. He is the Founder of ProductTank, the Co-Founder and Curator of Mind the Product and currently a Chief Product Officer at large, advising and mentoring startups. He is also the author of best-seller Product Leadership, How Top Product Leaders Launch Great Products and Build Successful Teams (O’Reilly, 2017).

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