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Minimum viable product manager by Susana Videira Lopes

BY Edward Kendall on December 17, 2020

In this November 2020 #mtpcon Digital session, Director of Product at Onfido Susana Videira Lopes, shares two different product career stories, explaining the which was most effective in serving both the business and the individual. Watch the session in full, or read on for the highlights. The Horizontal Slice Susana begins by giving an example of Read more »

Structuring and Scaling Product Teams by Roman Pichler

BY Lisa Radel on December 9, 2020

In this November 2020 #mtpcon Digital session, Roman Pichler, Author of How to Lead in Product Management, discusses important aspects leaders should bear in mind when structuring and growing product teams. Watch the session in full, or read on for the highlights. Empower the Product People Any successful product organisation, Roman explains, needs empowered product people. He argues Read more »

How To Make a Success of Going Agile

BY Eira Hayward on December 8, 2020

In June 2020 Mind the Product published a post from New Zealander Anthony Marter that really struck a chord with our community: based on a talk he’d given to Agile Auckland, his post argued that product management in an Agile practice is in dire need of a rethink. It’s been one of our most-read articles this Read more »

Solving Ethical AI Problems, When Algorithms Go Wrong, and the Skills Needs To Work on AI Solutions: Insights From Kriti Sharma

BY Imogen Schels on December 3, 2020

In our final AMA of the year, exclusively for Mind the Product members, Kriti Sharma, VP Product at GfK, shares her AI insights. Watch the session again for real-life examples from Kriti’s awesome back catalogue of AI work and learn about AI trends, tackling ethical AI questions as a product manager, the skills needed to Read more »

Is Inclusive Design Enough? by Julian Thompson

BY Imogen Schels on December 2, 2020

In this November 2020 #mtpcon Digital session, Julian Thompson the Founder of Rooted by Design, explores a critical question – is inclusive design enough? Julian studied law, focusing on human rights and public policy, before training in design and has spent the last eight-plus years exploring how to put an inclusive design lens over his design Read more »

Scaling Product Teams: In Defense of Process by Spectra (Adaora) Asala

BY Eira Hayward on November 27, 2020

In this November 2020 #mtpcon Digital keynote, Spectra (Adaora) Asala, GM and VP Product, Soapbox at Wistia looks at how you can use process to translate ambiguous challenges into accessible playbooks as your organisation scales. Watch the video to see the talk in full. Or read on for an overview of Spectra’s key points: Process is Read more »

Tech and the New Normal by Benedict Evans

BY Jon Horvath on November 20, 2020

In this November 2020 #mtpcon Digital keynote, Benedict Evans, Analyst and former Partner at Andreessen Horowitz analyses the huge impact the Covid-19 crisis has had on the technology sector, demonstrating how acceleration and experimentation are destructively ushering in a new normal. Watch the video to see his talk in full. Or read on for an Read more »

Watch the #mtpcon Digital 2020 Keynotes

BY Imogen Schels on November 20, 2020

If you missed a talk from #mtpcon Digital in July or November 2020, or if you simply fancy watching one of them again, feel free! You’ll find them all below:  #mtpcon Autumn Tech and the New Normal by Benedict Evans Scaling Product Teams: In Defense of Process by Spectra (Adaora) Asala Lessons from a Product Read more »

Prioritisation for product managers: are we doing it right?

BY Imogen Schels on November 13, 2020

In this report, we explore prioritisation including the frameworks you rate (and slate), challenges of the prioritisation process and how to overcome them. Read more »

The Impact of Covid on Product Managers and the Products They Build

BY Eira Hayward on November 6, 2020

As many of the world’s major economies work to address the second wave of Covid-19, we thought it would be an appropriate time to look at how the pandemic has changed product management and whether these changes are likely to be long-lasting, even permanent. We can split businesses into those that have been able to Read more »