Despite memories of #mtp Hamburg Engage 2022 slowly fading away, and #mtpcon London being so close…yet so far, this hasn’t limited the high-quality pieces of content that we saw in the month of July. Here were the most popular pieces of Insider content on Mind the Product for the month!
Breaking into a product management career when you do not have a technical background can seem intimidating if not impossible. Yet, Product management is at a crossroads between many different domains and is a career path where soft skills count as much as hard skills. In this article, Ambre Josse dived into what is really behind the best way to embrace a product career if you do not have a technical background.
Keeping your sprint planning meetings productive isn’t just about the meetings themselves. Preparation beforehand and acting on the results of the meeting afterwards are also crucial. This deep dive by John Allen looks at the three crucial elements of impactful sprint planning meetings.
How can product managers get more work done by doing less? On this insightful podcast in July, Lily and Randy spoke with Jim Morris, Founder of The Product Discovery Team about the benefits of having a team-led approach to research, and how that can be an effective way to collaborate effectively and improve your product over time.
In a Sunday Rewind that picked up a large amount of engagement on social media, we went all the way back to the pre-pandemic days of March 2016 when Martin Eriksson shared his thoughts on why Product Requirement Documents (PRDs) don’t always work.
What is the secret to succeeding in the product management craft? In another popular podcast episode for July, the podcast team were joined by Enterprise Senior Product Manager, Ronke Majekodunmi to discuss how building relationships are a key asset to developing your product career, and how to master the art of developing alliances.
There’s lots more great content to look forward to in August. To ensure you don’t miss out on a thing, keep your eyes on our homepage as well as Content A-Z.