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Learnings from London: What is it like to hold Google in your hand?

BY Louron Pratt on September 23, 2022

This week, we look back to #mtpcon London 2018. Google at the time just moved to making hardware such as Google Home. In this talk, Ivy Ross, Google’s VP of Design for Hardware at the time, led a keynote talk on working out what it felt like when you held Google in your hand. […] Read more »

Learnings from London: Going from Meh to Awesome by Shiva Rajaraman

BY Louron Pratt on September 2, 2022

This week on our Learnings from London series, we turn our attention to #mtpcon London 2015 where Shiva Rajaraman, currently VP of Product at OpenSea, led an engaging session on how to be awesome in product management. […] Read more »

Be the best imperfect product manager you can be by Osaseri Guobadia

BY Jon Horvath on December 6, 2021 for Prioritised Members

Describing the importance of confidence in product management careers, Osaseri Guobadia shares advice to help us learn, develop, and grow in our product roles. […] Read more »

The mindset that kills product thinking by Jeff Patton

BY Jon Horvath on November 8, 2021 for Prioritised Members

Output-driven demands are a distraction for product people and fail to create the value your users need. To combat this problem, you need to change that mindset to a product mindset. Jeff Patton reveals how. […] Read more »

Building Successful Product Development Teams, by Simon Colmer

BY Chris Massey on November 24, 2020

Simon Colmer (at the time of this talk, the Head of Development at Access NFP Websites) spoke to ProductTank London about a developer’s perspective on what it takes to build a successful product development team. As product people, team alignment is table-stakes, and it’s crucial that we factor in multiple perspectives to create diverse, empowered teams, so […] Read more »

Bottom-Up Product Strategy - The State of Product, by Susana Lopes

BY Chris Massey on November 23, 2020

In this talk from ProductTank London, Susana Lopes (Director of Product at Onfido), talks about how Onfido moved from prioritising at the sprint & quarterly level to setting strategic direction and prioritise at a much larger scale. She starts by outlining several top-down methods for defining strategy, before diving into the bottom-up method called The State of […] Read more »

Product Vision 2020

BY Helene Sanchez on November 16, 2020

In this ProductTank London talk, Paavan Buddhdev – previously Product Designer at AND Digital and now Founder of Sound Off – discusses the concept of product vision through design lens. Here are the key areas discussed: Vision: a prerequisite to strategy Properties of a vision statement How do we get there: Hills and Storytelling framework Conclusions: an […] Read more »

Startup Roadmaps and Prioritisation, by Ahmed El-Sharkasy

BY Helene Sanchez on November 12, 2020

In this ProductTank London talk, Ahmed El-Sharkasy – CEO and Co-Founder at Knowledge Officer – offers exceptional insights on product roadmapping and prioritisation. If you’re a startup or want to found one, this talk is for you. Or you can read the key learnings below: Have a flexible plan Don’t fall into the buzzword trap: embracing an […] Read more »

What is product/market fit? By Janna Bastow

BY Helene Sanchez on November 9, 2020

In this ProductTank London talk, Janna Bastow – co-founder and CEO of ProPad – shares her view on how you can define and measure your product/market fit. Watch the video to see her talk in full, or have a quick read of her key insights below: How to define product/market fit What you should not think about product/market […] Read more »

Building health-tech products when the rules are still being written, by Joe Rinaldi Johnson

BY Lisa Radel on October 5, 2020

In this ProductTank London talk, Joe Rinaldi Johnson shares what he’s learned in 10 years of navigating the challenging and highly regulated field of healthcare. He is the Chief Product Officer at Zava, a digital healthcare company offering remote diagnosis and prescriptions. If you, like Joe, feel there is a lack of resources about product management in […] Read more »