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How to build for creators by Peter Yang

BY Eira Hayward on July 5, 2022

In this #mtpcon Digital Americas session, Peter Yang, Product Lead at Reddit, covers creator needs, creator economy trends, and how breakout creator companies get their first 1,000 users and beyond. […] Read more »

Why does my product suck? by Jen Dante

BY Jon Horvath on July 4, 2022

In this keynote session at #mtpcon SF+Americas 2022, Jen Dante, VP of Product at Ancestry examines how over and under scoping cannot be eradicated from the product process, rather we can optimise them, based on the agility of our organisation, to deliver the most effective value. Watch this video or read on for key highlights from the talk. […] Read more »

Metrics don't have all the answers: a human-centered approach to business strategy by Samihah Azim

BY Andres Phillips on June 28, 2022

In this #mtpcon Digital Americas session, Samihah Azim, Product Designer at Cash App, explains the importance of taking a more human-centred approach to business strategy. […] Read more »

Easy ways to avoid the product graveyard

BY Eira Hayward on June 27, 2022

We all know most products fail, (as many as 90% of them, according to some reports) so let’s take a look at some of the most common reasons for this to happen. Here’s a list of key questions to ask yourself so that – hopefully – your product doesn’t have to fall into the same […] Read more »

Bring the JOY back to work by Ben Newell

BY Jon Horvath on June 21, 2022

In this keynote session at #mtpcon SF+Americas 2022, Ben Newell, VP of Product at Stitch Fix looks at disrupting ruts and the benefits of bringing the joy back to work. […] Read more »

Moving from feature teams to product teams by Audrey Crane

BY Andres Phillips on June 20, 2022

In this #mtpcon Digital Americas session, Audrey Crane, Partner at DesignMap shows how Product Managers can leverage design teams and methodologies to move from feature teams to empowered product teams. Watch the video session in full or read on for the highlights: Level set on terms Audrey begins by clarifying the differences and similarities between […] Read more »

Product Systems: How to manufacture lightning in a bottle by Oji Udezue

BY Jon Horvath on June 13, 2022

In his opening keynote session at #mtpcon SF+Americas 2022 day two, Oji Udezue, Product Lead at Twitter, examines the key elements needed to create impactful product systems that elevate everyone. […] Read more »

Product career special part 2: Making a change

BY Eira Hayward on June 13, 2022

Maybe you’re thinking about a change – moving industries, moving from a startup to an enterprise or vice versa, or just looking for somewhere where you can add more value? In this second part of our career special we talk to some product leaders about what they look for when hiring. We also address some […] Read more »

Top 7 signs you're in a bad product system by Scott Williamson

BY Jon Horvath on June 6, 2022

In this #mtpcon SF+Americas 2022 keynote, Scott Williamson, Former Chief Product Officer at GitLab outlines 7 signs you may be in a bad product system, while giving practical and actionable advice as to how you can make meaningful changes. […] Read more »

Product career special: making a change

BY Eira Hayward on June 6, 2022

Maybe you’re thinking about a change – moving industries, moving from a startup to an enterprise or vice versa, or looking for somewhere where you can add more value. How do you decide where to go next and how do you go about it? We speak to some senior product people to get their thoughts […] Read more »