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Evaluating Product Teams: Mind What You Measure

BY Satheesh Nanniyur on September 29, 2017

It is well accepted that outcomes  – such as product adoption, customer satisfaction, user experience, and product performance  – rather than outputs and tactical tasks should be used in evaluating product managers. However, in practice, these outcomes are at least influenced by – and often determined by – external factors. What are these external factors […] Read more »

5 Product Leadership Lessons From the #mtpcon Leadership Forum 2017

BY Casper Sermsuksan on September 13, 2017

Last week I joined the Mind the Product Leadership Forum in London. Among the speakers and panelists were Matt Walton, Julia Whitney, Roman Pichler, Arne Kittler, and Brant Cooper. It took me two days to get to London from Yogyakarta, Indonesia for the night before the sessions, but it was worth it. While I originally wrote […] Read more »

Why Diversity Isn't Just Right, but Smart

BY Martin Eriksson on May 31, 2017

As a Swede, the importance and value of diversity seems self-evident, yet the business world and the tech industry especially continue to struggle to embrace it. As I mentioned in my product management experience article, and as should be clear from the effort we put into the curation of our product management conferences, diversity is incredibly […] Read more »

Lean product development in a traditional industry

BY Tom Layfield on June 11, 2012

In this guest post,  Tom Layfield, Product Manager at Simply Business, discusses lean product development in a traditional industry.  […] Read more »

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. […] Read more »