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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 »

Applied product management: Why you may be struggling as a product leader by Gijo Mathew

BY Eira Hayward on April 29, 2022 for Prioritised Members

In this #mtpcon Digital Americas session, Gijo Mathew, CPO at VTS, explains why we should be thinking of product management in the same way we think about applied mathematics — as the application of methods and specialised knowledge. […] Read more »

The Best-Loved Product Management Content of 2020

BY Imogen Schels on December 31, 2020

2020, what a year – I’m sure you’re all sick of talking about it. But, before we turn the corner into 2021, let’s take a look back on something pretty positive—some of the best product management content of the year. From the guest posts created by you and content created by us with the help […] Read more »

Barry O'Reilly: Learning to Unlearn

BY Eira Hayward on February 10, 2020

#mtpcon Singapore speaker Barry O’Reilly has made it his business to get business leaders to unlearn what they know, and he’ll be taking to the stage in Singapore next month to explain more about how and why leaders need to unlearn past success to succeed in the future. Barry describes unlearning as “the process of letting […] Read more »

From Dogs to Decision Making: 5 Minutes With 3 Product People

BY Imogen Schels on December 11, 2019

During five minutes with three product people, how much can you learn? Quite a lot as it turns out! Find out here as we chat to product pros Lucy Spence, Shaun Russell, and Joe Leech. Lucy Spence has a career in product that’s something to envy. She’s worked for some great brands including, Amazon, LoveFilm, […] Read more »

Be a Director, not a Manager by Fareed Mosavat

BY Valerie Gee on September 6, 2019 for Prioritised Members

In this keynote from #mtpcon San Francisco, Fareed Mosavat, Director of Product, Lifecycle, at Slack, shares his early career lessons on creativity from Pixar. He says being a great product leader is about being a director instead of a manager. Products have become much more complex over the last 20 years and an increasingly competitive […] Read more »

Enabling Outcome-Oriented Product Organisations Through OKRs by Sonja Mewes

BY Sonja Mewes on August 16, 2019

While most product people can agree on the attributes of an effective goal, turning them into tangible results is a different story. Goals quickly lose their effectiveness when product teams are not able to link them to the actions of their daily work. However, before you join in the OKR hype, it makes sense to […] Read more »

The Benefits of Attending MTP Engage as a Team

BY Adam Warburton on August 15, 2019

Have you ever asked your boss if you can attend a conference, only to be told that someone else in your team is going, and they’ll report back what they’ve learned? It’s disappointing, isn’t it? While there is a lot of value in someone reporting back to a team, it assumes that the only reason […] Read more »

Helping Product Managers to Let Go by Michael Sippey

BY Valerie Gee on August 9, 2019 for Prioritised Members

In this keynote from #mtpcon San Francisco, Michael Sippey, VP of Product at Medium, shares some insights on how to think big and create clarity and focus for product management teams to unleash their full potential. The Power of Optimism At the start of his keynote Sippey says that: “Most acts of creation – live […] Read more »

Banish your inner critic by Denise Jacobs

BY Emily Tate on August 2, 2019 for Prioritised Members

What blocks us from doing our best work? This is the question that Denise Jacobs, author of Banish Your Inner Critic, asks us in the opening keynote of #mtpcon San Francisco. […] Read more »