Hard on the heels of mtpcon Digital Americas in May, our mtpEngage conference in Hamburg returned in June after a two-year absence. This month we also aired podcasts with California’s Chief Technology Innovation Officer Rick Klau and Mark Tsirekas, VP of Product at nutritional science startup Zoe.
Here’s a recap of our top posts this month.
Switching back the focus from ‘Build only’ to ‘Build-measure-learn’
Ambre Josse, Head of Product at Easygenerator, talks about the pressure on product people to deliver and the required time we should ideally spend on measuring and learning. She looks at how to switch the focus back to a more balanced product cycle.
Building the perfect product manager: A model for professional development by Greg Prickril
In this ProductTank Heidelberg talk, Greg Prickril, product management lead at Qualified ONE, provides a five-step framework for thinking about career development.
A product development framework with a focus on problem solving
This post from Manohar Sreekanth runs through the work that led him to define a framework for product development. It’s a framework that spans both product management and engineering and brings with it a focus on problem solving through the product lifecycle.
Setting product OKRs properly and use them effectively
This post from Airfocus CEO Malte Scholz reports on a roundtable discussion that sees three experts discuss the use of product OKRs, why they are important and how best to approach using them.
Moving from feature teams to product teams by Audrey Crane
In this #mtpcon Digital Americas session, Audrey Crane, Partner at DesignMap, shows how product managers can leverage design teams and methodologies to move from feature teams to empowered product teams.