Top product management reads in May

BY Eira Hayward on May 31, 2023

AI, chatbots and ChatGPT have dominated our postings this month, as we assimilate the implications of machine learning technology on our daily lives and our work. Here’s a roundup of the most-read posts on the Mind the Product blog in May. Read more »

January's top product management content

BY Eira Hayward on January 31, 2023

With the first month of the year done and dusted already, here’s a look at our most-read posts for January 2023. How will ChatGPT change product management? Our top read this month takes a look at the likely impact of the latest AI bot ChatGPT on product work. We look at its strengths and limitations, Read more »

Mind the Product content is now open to all

BY Emily Tate on January 19, 2023

Since Mind the Product was founded in 2010, our goal has always remained the same—making product people more successful by creating ways for the community to come together to further our craft. To support this mission, we’re making some changes – as of today, we’re sunsetting our membership program and removing our content paywall to enable wider access to our premium content. Read more »

SUNDAY REWIND: Why you need to know about different product manager types

BY Eira Hayward on January 15, 2023

This week’s Sunday Rewind from Lilia Gorbachik looks at the many types of product manager and why it’s important to understand how all these roles can differ when you’re talking to other PMs or looking for a job. It can knock your confidence if you don’t understand the difference, she says: “It appears that you do Read more »

Experiment like a boss by Merissa Silk

BY Ian Haynes on January 12, 2023

In this ProductTank Sofia talk, Merissa Silk, Senior Staff Product Manager at Onfido, provides 10 guiding principles when doing product experiments and when bringing the culture of experimentation to your team. Consistent growth relies on experimentation. It can take different formats in modern organisations, from A/B and multivariate testing to alpha, beta, and hypothesis-driven development. Read more »

The most popular Mind the Product posts of 2022

BY Eira Hayward on December 30, 2022

As the year closes, it’s time to look back at the product articles that really resonated with our community during the last 12 months. Here’s a look at our most-read guest posts for 2022. How to get the most value out of your product roadmap Paul van den Broek’s post starts by defining what a Read more »

November's top product management content

BY Louron Pratt on November 30, 2022

From product vision to building product teams from scratch, there’s something for everyone in this month’s content roundup. Read on to catch up on popular content that you may have missed. Read more »

Identify and manage imposter syndrome by Phyllis Njoroge

BY Eira Hayward on November 4, 2022

In this #mtpcon SF+Americas 2022 breakout session, Phyllis Njoroge, Product Manager at Redfin, talks about her journey through imposter syndrome. Phyllis is also the author of a book, From fraud to freedom, that looks at the factors that cause self doubt. Watch this video or read on for key highlights from the talk. Phyllis is careful Read more »

SUNDAY REWIND: Just Say No - Hard Decisions in Product Management

BY Eira Hayward on October 16, 2022

In this 2015 post, Jason Burke, then VP of Product at a Boston-based start-up called clypd, offers some advice on how product managers can prioritise when they’re faced with endless lists of work to be done. You can’t do it all, says Jason, and there’s the problem. Included on the lists are features that someone Read more »

September's top product management content

BY Louron Pratt on September 29, 2022

From product metrics to product operations, Mind the Product saw a range of engaging articles and podcasts across the board for our community to digest. Here are the pieces that secured the top 5 most popular spots. Read more »