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Building Products AI-First by Aparna Chennapragada

BY Martin Eriksson on July 14, 2017

Over the last 5-10 years our computer’s ability to understand our voice commands and pictures have made dramatic leaps forward – from barely being able to understand simple commands (or different accents) to comprehending complex commands or questions, the way we interact with computers is changing dramatically. And it’s all down to machine learning. Machine […]

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#mtpcon SF 2017 : Product is People

BY Martin Eriksson on June 21, 2017

Mind the Product San Francisco 2017 gathered 1,500 passionate product people from 20 countries and 36 states across the US to the stunning Davies Symphony Hall for another amazing day of learning and sharing. From my opening remarks through most of the talks, one theme emerged – product management has almost nothing to do with […]

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All the Awesome Speakers for #mtpcon SF 2017

BY Martin Eriksson on April 18, 2017

UPDATED Mind the Product San Francisco 2017 promises to be one of our best product conferences yet, with double the number of workshops, more networking events around the conference, and more fun than ever before. But most importantly, we are thrilled to bring you some of the best minds in product and design from around […]

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What it Takes to Speak at Mind the Product

BY Martin Eriksson on April 18, 2017

As the curator of the world’s two largest product conferences, I get approached all the time about getting on the #mtpcon stage. We only have so many speaking slots each year, and we review hundreds – if not thousands – of talks in the course of making our selection. In the interest of transparency, I […]

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Even More Amazing Speakers for #mtpcon London 2017

BY Martin Eriksson on April 11, 2017

Mind the Product London 2017 on September 8 will be better than ever, with more workshops, more networking, and more fun than ever. But most importantly #mtpcon will, as usual, bring you the best minds in product from around the world for a day full of thought-provoking insight, inspiration, and learning. We’re delighted to announce […]

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The Six Essential Books that Every Product Manager Should Read

BY Rosemary King on April 11, 2017

I always tell the participants of my workshops that as a Product Manager you should be voraciously curious about what’s happening in the field.  Read books, keep tabs on blogs, follow people on Twitter, listen to podcasts, be a massive consumer of ideas and then see what resonates most with you. Here are some of […]

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User Research - Making it Work in Government - Katy Arnold (ProductTank London)

BY James Gadsby Peet on March 29, 2017

Katy Arnold, Head of User Research and Design at The Home Office, talks to ProductTank London about making User Research Work in Government. The civil service has traditionally been focussed on moving paper The Digital team at the Home Office’s remit is to help the rest of the organisation move towards a more digitally enabled […]

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10 Product Insights You Should Have Read in 2016

BY Martin Eriksson on January 3, 2017

Every week we curate the best product content from across the web into our weekly product management newsletter Prioritised. As a great way to catch up and start 2017 full of great new insights, here are the top 10 most read pieces from the past year of newsletter curation. 8 Mistakes You’ll Make as a […]

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What We Learned About Building Products People Love in 2016

BY Martin Eriksson on December 29, 2016

2016 was a year when the product management community grew significantly and continued to mature. It was also a year when an awful lot more of you started to read our blog more regularly – we’ve ended the year with an awesome 30% year-on-year growth in our readership. But what did you all want to […]

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Top 10 Product Guest Posts of 2016

BY Chris Massey on December 28, 2016

2016 has been a year when the craft of product management grew, evolved, and matured at a staggering rate! While Martin highlighted the top product talks of 2016 yesterday, I’d like to take a few moments to look over the most popular guests posts on the Mind the Product blog – both to acknowledge the […]

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