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How do you Help a Business to see the Value of Product?

BY Eira Hayward on July 13, 2020 for MTP Leader Members

In Mind the Product’s state of product management survey last year we noticed a strong theme – umpteen respondents said that their biggest challenge was to get the business to see the value of product. With this in mind we’ve asked some product leaders about how they do this, the problems and sticking points they’ve […] Read more »

Developing Presence and Confidence: Advice on Vocals, Gesture and Movement

BY Olena Skyrta on July 10, 2020 for Prioritised Members

Advice on vocals, gesture and movement when public speaking from Olena Skyrta, co-founder of Speak2Me. Confidence and presence play a big part in presentation success but they don’t come naturally to everyone. In fact, three in four people have a fear of public speaking and, for a long time, I was one of them, I used to […] Read more »

A Product Development Framework With a Focus on Problem Solving

BY Manohar Sreekanth on June 23, 2020

In my last role as head of product and engineering for a group developing cloud-native services for the SAP Cloud Platform, my work led me to define a framework for product development that spans both product management and engineering and brings with it a focus on problem solving through the product lifecycle. In case you […] Read more »

Finding a Framework for Strategy Insights

BY Nacho Bassino on June 22, 2020

Having the right insights is a critical component in creating a strategy. While this is very obvious and widely mentioned in every piece of strategy advice, the truth is that there are no resources that detail how to generate them. I’d like to change that by providing my experience of using a few ideation frameworks […] Read more »

Why we need to rethink product management in an Agile practice

BY Anthony Marter on June 4, 2020

In this blog post, Anthony Marter explains why it is that he thinks we need to reconsider the role of product management in an Agile practice. […] Read more »

How to Price Your Product in a Startup

BY Fanni Fejes on May 22, 2020

I’m sure you’ve heard about strategic or value-based pricing, where price is determined according to the value it creates for the customer. It sounds great, we all want to avoid overpricing or underpricing our product and any subsequent revenue loss, but how do we do it? I’m a product coach at Founders Factory. We’ve found […] Read more »

Skills to Make Working With Engineers Easier

BY Evgeny Savin on May 19, 2020

I believe that product managers should take the time to discuss new product hypotheses and planned features with the engineers they work with. It helps them to be able to plan a project roadmap as precisely as possible. I’ve also found that there are a number of hard skills which product managers can learn which […] Read more »

What Makes a Great Product Manager by Graham Siener

BY Tremis Skeete on May 7, 2020

In this ProductTank New York talk, Graham Siener, formerly at Pivotal but now VP of Product at VMWare, looks at how product people can understand where their true power lies when they strive to be a great product manager. A great product manager is great in any industry, says Graham. He suggests that you examine […] Read more »

3 Ways COVID-19 Will Change the Way We Think About Product

BY Sky Calibey on May 5, 2020

As product and solutions lead at Nifty, as well as a consumer of other software, I have started to piece together how I think the Coronavirus and ensuing remote collaboration phase will affect product development and market positioning for months and years to come. There will come a day where we won’t be lining up […] Read more »

How Can Product Managers Reduce Cognitive Load To Increase Feature Adoption?

BY Jonathan Senin on April 30, 2020

How do friction costs and Hick’s Law affect the adoption rates of product features, and how can product managers reduce a user’s cognitive load? A number of different elements compete for an online audience’s attention. Visitors immediately have to process the navigation, layout, forms, text and images all while learning how to use a digital […] Read more »