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The Complete Guide to Building MVPs

BY Dmytro Zaichenko on December 10, 2020

The goals of a minimum viable product are centred around idea validation and execution, learning, experiments, and ways of minimizing the effort to bring a meaningful new product to market. For the majority of product owners, having an MVP is not a question at all, while some are still skeptical about spending time on this […] Read more »

What is product/market fit? By Janna Bastow

BY Helene Sanchez on November 9, 2020

In this ProductTank London talk, Janna Bastow – co-founder and CEO of ProPad – shares her view on how you can define and measure your product/market fit. Watch the video to see her talk in full, or have a quick read of her key insights below: How to define product/market fit What you should not think about product/market […] Read more »

Nailing Product/Market Fit by Chris Barton

BY Lisa Radel on September 17, 2020

In his ProductTank San Francisco talk, Chris Barton – founder of Shazam and, more recently, Guard – recounts the music recognition app’s successful quest for the Holy Grail: Product/Market Fit. Watch the video to see his talk in full, or read on for an overview of Chris’ top tips. Go After a Big Market Chris explains that to […] Read more »

A Guide to Product/Market Fit

BY Eira Hayward on August 28, 2020 for Prioritised Members

The term product/market fit was popularised by the lean startup movement a few years ago and tends to be something we glibly trot out when referring to a runaway success or a miserable product failure. But what does it mean? How do we get to it? And what is the product manager’s role in maintaining […] Read more »

Managing Products at Scale by Lindsay Rothman

BY Andres Phillips on December 16, 2019

What’s next after you find product-market fit? In this ProductTank Toronto talk, Lindsay Rothman – Lead Product Manager at FreshBooks at the time, helps us to answer that question. She provides us with a guide on what to do in this situation by: Staying innovative Creating a framework for success Watch the video to see […] Read more »

Managing Problematic Investor Ideas

BY Jason Seiden on December 12, 2019

At a time when so much of today’s B2B ecosystem is built around software products, I believe it has become incumbent on the people responsible for designing, developing, and building these products to take back leadership of how our companies are run, and lead us all back to a culture of responsible growth. Here I’ll […] Read more »

Marketplace Thinking - Christopher Nheu on The Product Experience [Rebroadcast]

BY The Product Experience on August 21, 2019

We’re taking a short break from releasing new episodes for the month of August. We’ll be back with new interviews in September. But don’t despair! We’ve asked a few friends to pick some of their favorite episodes to re-broadcast in the meantime. This week’s pick comes from our co-host, Randy Silver. Randy Silver’s Pick Of […] Read more »

Lean Mean Product Machine - Dan Olsen on The Product Experience

BY The Product Experience on July 10, 2019

After leaving the Navy and working on nuclear submarines, Dan Olsen embarked on a career that has spanned enterprises and start-ups, consulting, speaking, writing, and running the Lean Product & Lean UX meetup. He joined us to talk about product/market fit: what it is, how to know when you have it, and how to achieve […] Read more »

The Aha Moment - Abdelrahman Wahba on The Product Experience

BY The Product Experience on June 26, 2019

Egyptian-born Abdelrahman (Abdo) Wahba co-founded popular Arabic audiobook site Iqraaly – but it wouldn’t have seen its current success unless Abdo had taken the time to analyse deeply what made customers stay loyal. To do that, he had to get to his “Aha moment”. Now based in Berlin as the Head of Product for the […] Read more »

Product/Market Fit is Failing Because of Your Company Structure

BY Bridget McMullan on February 5, 2019

Did you know that 42% of startups fail because no one wants to buy their product? For corporations, nearly 80% of new products fail each year for the exact same reason. So why are we still developing products no one wants? Product experts have tried to tackle this issue but they gloss over the impact a company’s structure […] Read more »