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Product Diligence: The New Technical Diligence - Part one

BY Drew Falkman on October 19, 2021

Technical due diligence is a lot harder than it used to be with Agile. In this post, Drew Falkman proposes a pivot from technical diligence to product diligence. Changing our view to focus on the product strategy, development, and management practices. […] Read more »

Only losers average losers

BY Simón Muñoz on September 23, 2021

I’ve been investing in the stock market for more than a decade, and I recognize that it is a world that I am equally passionate about and entertained. There are many things that I’ve learned that we can apply to improve our day-to-day product management practice. […] Read more »

SUNDAY REWIND: The world is colorful, so why shouldn’t our users be?

BY Louron Pratt on September 5, 2021

Companies are beginning to realise the benefits of diverse teams. However, have product managers caught on to the same trick when connecting with users? In this weeks’ Sunday Rewind, we go all the way back to #mtpengage Hamburg 2018, where product director at Xing, Mirja Bester, shared how she thinks that by making diversity a key […] Read more »

A case study - how to end cooperation with a software house or contractor

BY Katarzyna Malecka on August 12, 2021

So you outsource. If everything is going well and according to the plan and budget, then perfect. But what to do, if not? […] Read more »

Tips to collaborate better with your development team

BY Paul Rehmet on August 5, 2021

Why are development teams so hard to work with? You’ve done your part—you have your OKRs, roadmaps, specs and designs in good shape. You’ve made delivery commitments to stakeholders. Now you just need to build those shiny new features. But your software engineers are questioning the business value, being non-committal on timelines, and their deliverables […] Read more »

Getting to the bottom line of valuation - Giff Constable

BY The Product Experience on July 21, 2021

Understanding your company’s business model is a key skill for all product people, but understanding how that affects your valuation is what takes things to the next level.  What are you maximizing for and how does your pricing model impact that? We talked with Giff Constable, ex-chief product officer at Meetup, about all this […] Read more »

Organizing around complex products at the intersection of physical and digital by Matthew Cornford

BY Andres Phillips on July 9, 2021

In this ProductTank London talk, head of product at Ocado, Matthew Cornford, provides some tips on how product managers can get teams organized when dealing with complex physical and digital products. […] Read more »

The business value of requirements management

BY Josh Turpen on June 22, 2021

During the COVID-19 pandemic, much of the globe’s onsite workforce shifted to being fully remote. This ‘new normal’ highlighted that communication and shared project visibility is essential to the success of every organization.  […] Read more »

Scaling Empowered Teams: Advice From Nilan Peiris

BY Louron Pratt on February 26, 2021 for MTP Leader Members

In this interactive AMA session for MTP Leader members, Nilan Peiris, VP of Growth at Wise — formally known as TransferWise — shares his experience with scaling and empowering teams. Watch the recording in its entirety or read on for the highlights, including: Building autonomous fast-paced product teams Introducing tribes Building empowerment during fast-growth Persuading leadership to […] Read more »

Bottom-Up Product Strategy - The State of Product, by Susana Lopes

BY Chris Massey on November 23, 2020

In this talk from ProductTank London, Susana Lopes (Director of Product at Onfido), talks about how Onfido moved from prioritising at the sprint & quarterly level to setting strategic direction and prioritise at a much larger scale. She starts by outlining several top-down methods for defining strategy, before diving into the bottom-up method called The State of […] Read more »