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The key to product-led growth - Noa Ganot on The Product Experience

BY The Product Experience on September 21, 2022

What are the most important factors when an organisation decides to adopt a product-led growth approach? On this weeks’ podcast episode, we spoke with Executive Product Coach, Noa Ganot all about how to do this the right way and pitfalls to avoid.  […] Read more »

Introducing the Product-led Certification Course by Pendo and Mind the Product

BY Emily Tate on August 10, 2022

To help product managers build a deeper knowledge of and experience with product-led tactics, we worked with our friends at Pendo to create the Product-led Certification Course: a three-hour, self-paced course that teaches the fundamentals of being a product-led organization and specific tactics you can start implementing at your own company. […] Read more »

Why Product Operations is set to be the Backbone of Product-led Growth

BY Jonathan Hau on March 12, 2020

Product operations is an emerging function. How does it help modern product management organizations to scale effectively? Similar to the emergence of design ops in the last five years, product operations fulfills a need to streamline a scaling function. It defines, communicates, supports, and improves important operations which can be standardized, such as communication, planning […] Read more »

Product-Led Growth - Ashley Smith on The Product Experience

BY The Product Experience on September 18, 2019

Presently a partner at expansion stage venture capital firm OpenView, Ashley Smith has a long career of helping early-stage startups scale into successful organisations. In this episode, Ashley talks to our hosts about product-led growth, and how everyone can and should do it. Quote of the Episode It really comes down to: listen to your […] Read more »

10x Not 10%, Product Management by Orders of Magnitude by Ken Norton

BY Martin Eriksson on December 17, 2015

History is littered with companies who missed the boat on big new innovations and optimised their way to obsolescence – from Kodak inventing the digital camera but shelving it for fear of cannibalising their film revenue, to Swiss watchmakers inventing the quartz watch movement but letting the Japanese eat their market with it. Ken Norton […] Read more »