This month on the Mind the Product blog, we saw engaging sessions led by Marty Cagan and Nacho Bassino, as well as gaining insights into an awareness piece about mental health in the product community. Here’s a recap of our top posts from the past month.
Fireside chat with Marty Cagan
In this ProductTank Zurich talk, Marty Cagan, Partner at Silicon Valley Product Group sits down for a Fireside chat to answer questions about his career and advise other product managers.
Anatomy of a real product strategy by Nacho Bassino
What does a good strategy look like, and how exactly do you build it? In this #mtpcon Digital Americas talk, Nacho Bassino, author of Product Direction and Director of Product at Xing, deep-dives into a practical approach to creating your product strategy using a real-life case study.
SUNDAY REWIND: Using the Kano Model to prioritise product development
The Kano Model, developed in the 1970s and 1980s was originally used to study customer satisfaction. In this Sunday Rewind episode, we look back to when Mind the Product’s very own Co-Founder, Martin Eriksson, explains how it can be used to prioritise product development.
How I do continuous product discovery
In this post, Simon Knight explains how learning more about your customers can be a crucial tool in continuous product discovery. A lot of the concepts Simon draws from and builds upon the work of Teresa Torres and her excellent book, Continuous Discovery Habits, which inspired him to implement this process and follow up my learnings with this article.
Looking after your mental health as a product manager
9-15 May 2022 marked Mental Health awareness week. It marks an annual event when there is an opportunity for the whole of the UK to focus on achieving good mental health. With this in mind, it’s important that product managers, just as much as everyone else, are looking after their mental health. With health from Product Consultant and mental health speaker, Nicholas Jemetta, here are some ways that you can look after yourself in your product management career.