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Show your true innovative colours by Julia Shalet

BY Eira Hayward on September 27, 2022

In this ProductTank Heidelberg talk Product Doctor’s Managing Director Julia Shalet examines the attributes of an innovative product manager and looks at how to gauge whether you’re being innovative. […] Read more »

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 »

Is your product underperforming?

BY Ash McCallum on October 15, 2020

When we measure product performance, we often overlook “technique”. Separating your KPIs will help you to run better experiments, and think like an athlete. […] Read more »

Hypothesis Driven Validation By Nate Archer

BY Andres Phillips on April 24, 2020

In this ProductTank Toronto talk, Nate Archer, now Senior Product Manager at Ada shares with us a systematic approach to validating an idea by breaking it down into testable hypotheses. His key points include: Origins Purpose and Value Process Case Study Watch the video to see his talk in full. Or read on for an overview […] Read more »

Get Comfortable Breaking Your Product by Rik Higham

BY James Gadsby Peet on December 21, 2018

Six years ago at Skyscanner there was no experimentation: now, there might be 500 tests running at any one time. In this #mtpcon London talk, Skyscanner’s Principal Product Manager Rik Higham looks at how experimentation can be a strategic capability for an organisation. First you should change your approach to failure – rather than look […] Read more »