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Tracking your A/B tests

BY Kevin Shanahan on July 27, 2017

This is the second of two posts that deep dive on A/B tests, expanding on a talk I gave at Google Playtime 2016 in London. In the first post I explained how to step up your A/B testing, and in this post I’ll look at how using a tracker spreadsheet can help you manage your […]

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Seven Things you can Learn From WeChat Product Development

BY Casper Sermsuksan on April 20, 2017

We tend to think of Chinese companies as imitators rather than innovators, but is this fair? App developers and designers may look at other apps for inspiration on new features, but most only look to well-known apps like Facebook Messenger and Snapchat. Take Messenger for example. We got excited about its Snapchat-like Messenger Day, Venmo-like Payments, […]

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The Day-To-Day Product Management Toolkit

BY Linda Johannessen on August 5, 2016

In this talk from ProductTank Oslo, Janna Bastow focused on practical advice: What tools should you use as a product manager, and how do you use them? As a product manager you have different areas that all need their own set of tools, such as design, customer success, analytics, product and overall efficiency. Good tools will […]

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How I built the same MVP 3 times, across 3 continents in 3 weeks

BY Rif Kiamil on March 19, 2014

I built the same product three times. It wasn’t an act of insanity. It was my way to get my product ready in three weeks. Before I get to that, let me backtrack a little. It was the 1st of March 2013 and I’d just left my job as CIO at one of the UK’s […]

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Moving the product pipeline out of the development backlog

BY Simon Cast on March 5, 2013

 An interesting philosophical discussion was triggered on MindTheProduct’s Product Managers Skype chat when I questioned why someone had incomplete user stories in their development backlog. The majority of the answers can be boiled down to “because that is how it is done”. However, I feel there is another way, which offers several advantages over doing the grooming […]

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Everything a product manager needs to know about analytics

BY Simon Cast on February 20, 2013

Everyone knows analytics are important for product managers. But, like lots of things everyone knows, not everyone knows why they are important and in the case of analytics even necessarily what they are. This post is going to look at: What exactly are analytics? Concepts of analytics Implementing analytics Measuring analytics Reporting analytics Analytics and […]

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Product Management on a Dime - a few lean product management tools

BY Janna Bastow on August 7, 2011

If you’re like me and working at a startup, you understandably cringe when you see the price of some software solutions, even if you know they might make your job (and life) easier. However, being a good product manager isn’t about having a high-end suite of tools at your fingertips – part of the fun […]

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