SUNDAY REWIND: It's all about the outcome
In this Sunday Rewind, we look back to when Georgie Smallwood, CPO at Tier Mobility, explained why an understanding of outcomes and impacts is essential to successful product management. Read more »
The 3 indicators of an outcome-driven product organisation
These days, everyone wants to work in an outcome-driven product organization. Here, Becky Flint shares some of the main signs that an organization is actually outcome-driven. Read more »
It’s all about the outcome by Georgie Smallwood
In this #mtpcon London+EMEA keynote Georgie Smallwood, CPO at Tier Mobility, explains why an understanding of outcomes and impacts are essential to successful product management. In brief: Outcomes are an important component of a successful business, along with strategy, purpose, and skills. What we want to deliver is impact – if there’s a great roadmap, Read more »
Driving commercial impact for product teams by Yi-Wei Ang
In this #mtpcon Digital APAC keynote, Yi-Wei Ang, CPO at talabat (Delivery Hero) – the largest food delivery business in MENA — invites us to rethink our relationships and maximise commercial business impacts through ‘product-led’ decision making. Watch the talk in full or read on for the overview. Mind the Product members can also watch the recordings Read more »
OKRs: So simple! So then why isn’t everyone using them?
OKRs are supposed to be clear, simple & constructive – yet they’re often just unhelpful or frustrating. Kim offers expert advice for getting back on track. Read more »
How to Connect Your Product Work to Your Top Business Metrics, By Pratima Arora
In this ProductTank San Francisco talk, Head of Product at Confluence, Pratima Arora gives us a framework for making sure that our work has an impact on the overall business goals of the organization. Her key points include: Transferring from engineering to product management Changing customer DNA Three key business drivers Watch the video to see Read more »
Product Decisions: Are Customer Requests Overrated?
As product managers, we are trained to focus on the customer. We know that customer satisfaction is of paramount importance and that we must do everything in our power to make customers happy. But I believe that this – contrary to conventional product wisdom – may be hurting your business. Don’t get me wrong, I Read more »