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Mindset – Mapping, Visualisation, and Mental Models with Eli Montgomery and Rosemary King

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In the latest episode, Rosemary King, our Director of Training Products welcomes Eli Montgomery to Mindset. Eli is currently Head of User Experience at Cazoo, a platform transforming the way people buy used cars. He is also a Mind the Product trainer, teaching our one-day workshops.

Rosemary and Eli discuss mapping, visualisation, and mental models and draw from their own experiences and expertise to answer questions from the Mind the Product community.

Show Notes

7:12 | How can I define MVP for a late-mover product in enterprise segment?

17:37 | Which companies have effectively scaled their product organisations with multiple levels of product managers (POs, PMs, Directors etc)?

26:34 | What is the best way to conduct a competitive analysis?

34:15 | Are there strategic frameworks to help come up with a roadmap for the quarter? How should we prioritise them internally?

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About Mindset

Mindset is a monthly series where expert product thinkers give helpful answers to your product practice questions.

We collect the questions from our training workshop attendees and the greater Mind the Product community. And, because we feel everyone should have access to this information, we’re sharing Mindset with the entire Mind the Product global community.

We’ve served hundreds of product people in training sessions around the world. We’ve grappled with thousands of questions from product managers asking what the workshops are like, who attends, what, and how we teach, but we also get a ton of penetrating product practice questions from participants in the classroom and insightful answers back from our trainers. We realised that we need to scale how we answer these questions so we can maximise the benefit of the answers for everyone in our community, not just those who have attended our workshops.

Eli Montgomery on Mindset

Get your Questions Answered

So, what are your biggest unanswered questions, or the biggest challenges you face which you could really do with some advice on? Do you want to ask, for example, about the best way to deal with those stakeholders you constantly butt heads with? How do you create effective goals? Or, what’s the best way to…?

Submit your question here and we’ll put them to an expert product thinker on a future episode of Mindset.

 

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