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Organizational behavior and dysfunction in product management by Ken Chin

BY Andres Phillips on March 18, 2022

The majority of product organizations are not led by people with product backgrounds. In this ProductTank London talk, Ken Chin, Director of Product at Farfetch, explains why dysfunction is a problem in many companies and provides three examples of dysfunction. They are: […] Read more »

An Explorer's Mindset, by Tendayi Viki

BY Chris Massey on January 25, 2021

In this talk at ProductTank Cardiff, Tendayi Viki draws on ideas from his latest book – Pirates in the Navy – to share a rich set of tools for product leaders who are trying to balance the needs of exploration, innovation, and execution. Ultimately, it boils down to developing a pragmatic model for managing risks and investments, and […] Read more »

Practical Advice for Product Managers Working With Startup Founders

BY Shaw Li on December 22, 2020

Product managers who have never worked with founders often find their first experience a bit jarring. “f**ked” and “crazy” have definitely been thrown around. But “crazy” is a label we use when we don’t understand. What makes working with founders challenging and different from other executives? What do founders do? Founders at early stage startups […] Read more »

Making Better Business Decisions by Alan Smith

BY Andres Phillips on December 17, 2019

How well do you know validation? This is the question that Alan Smith, co-founder of Strategyzer, helps to answer in this ProductTank Toronto talk. He shows us: The new way to create a business plan How to use tools and frameworks Watch the video to see Alan’s talk in full. Or read on for an […] Read more »

The 10 things I have learnt about Agile Product Delivery

BY Brijesh Malkan on March 12, 2014

I have a confession. I share it in the belief I am in the company of my brethren; I am an accidental product manager. Two years ago, I did not know a user story from a bedtime one. A notification from an alert. And a gherkin was still just a tasty pickle. But 24 months […] Read more »