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The Complete Guide to Building MVPs

BY Dmytro Zaichenko on December 10, 2020

The goals of a minimum viable product are centred around idea validation and execution, learning, experiments, and ways of minimizing the effort to bring a meaningful new product to market. For the majority of product owners, having an MVP is not a question at all, while some are still skeptical about spending time on this […] Read more »

What We've Learned From Using Kanban

BY Susan Trapp on February 28, 2018

Introduction Last year, our team here at insightsoftware.com, makers of Hubble, moved from Scrum to a Kanban software development approach. In my last Mind the Product article, I shared my insights on our transition as we were right in the thick of it. In this follow-up post, I want to share some more developed thoughts and […] Read more »

Why Continuous Delivery and DevOps are Product Managers' Best Friends

BY Suzie Prince on July 5, 2016

In the first part of this series, I explained what these buzzword-y “Continuous Delivery” (CD) and “DevOps” things are and started to touch on why you should care. But really, why should you care about these practices? Here’s why continuous delivery is a product manager’s new BFF. Continuous Delivery is Transformative to Businesses The main […] Read more »

Building Lean Product Teams at Storyful

BY Chris Massey on June 13, 2016

Adam Thomas is Chief Product Officer at Storyful, who refer to themselves as “the human algorithm” – monitoring the social web, tracking content and looking for signals to discover news-worthy events, or content that brands, financial analysts, advertisers etc. can use. This data and content is all verified, validated and corroborate by real humans, and then pushed […] Read more »

Creating Digital Products & Services at The Guardian

BY Chris Massey on April 19, 2016

Nick Haley, Head of UX at Guardian News Media, joined us at ProductTank at the BBC to give us practical examples of how his team is becoming more agile and how digital products are iterated every day with real users, breaking his thoughts down into five core principles. 1 – Know Your Audience The UX […] Read more »

4 New Ways to Level-Up Your Product Management Skills

BY Janna Bastow on February 4, 2015

Due to the high demand following our workshops at 2014 MTP.con, we are pleased to announce four new ways to develop your product management skills, each being taught by true experts in each of their specialisation areas. These four separate all-day sessions, held on Friday March 27th, will only hold 30 attendees because we know […] Read more »