SUNDAY REWIND: Mental Health as a Product Person – Let’s Talk

BY Imogen Schels on October 10, 2021

Today is World Mental Health Day which means there’s only one Mind the Product post we want to rewind to today: Mental Health as a Product Person – Let’s Talk. Written in 2019 by our very own Martin Eriksson and good friend Saielle Montgomery, the post touches upon some of the challenges faced by product […] Read more »

SUNDAY REWIND: How can we build human-centred products

BY Imogen Schels on September 26, 2021

When you think about what your team’s metrics are measuring, do you feel confident that you’re measuring the right things? Are humans at the core of your thinking and are you really putting what people value front and centre? This Sunday rewind, we travel back to #mtpcon London in 2018 to hear from Kim Goodwin […] Read more »

SUNDAY REWIND: Moving Up the Career Ladder

BY Imogen Schels on September 19, 2021

This isn’t the first time we’ve re-run this episode of The Product Experience podcast, and I doubt it will be the last. It’s our first ever episode of the pod and one that’s packed with useful insights for anyone looking to forge a successful career in product management. So, in the spirit of our Product […] Read more »

SUNDAY REWIND: Stepping up your A/B tests

BY Louron Pratt on September 12, 2021

A/B tests are a common solution to finding more out about new product features and your customers. However, running so many tests a week can lead to a few potential drawbacks. In this weeks’ Sunday Rewind, we look back to when Kevin Shanahan, head of growth at Peak, shared some of the learnings he gained […] Read more »

SUNDAY REWIND: The world is colorful, so why shouldn’t our users be?

BY Louron Pratt on September 5, 2021

Companies are beginning to realise the benefits of diverse teams. However, have product managers caught on to the same trick when connecting with users? In this weeks’ Sunday Rewind, we go all the way back to #mtpengage Hamburg 2018, where product director at Xing, Mirja Bester, shared how she thinks that by making diversity a key […] Read more »

SUNDAY REWIND: Remember HiPPOs are humans too…

BY Imogen Schels on August 29, 2021

The HiPPO — the “Highest Paid Person’s Opinion”. Over the years, we’ve published content about these creatures — how to train your HiPPO, how to manage your HiPPO — and across the wider web, you’ll find endless posts coming at the topic from the same angle. It’s never particularly positive. For that reason, we’re winding […] Read more »

SUNDAY REWIND: Seven simple steps to stress-free prioritisation

BY Louron Pratt on August 22, 2021

Prioritisation is a key asset for every role in product management. However more often than not, principal product manager Rik Higham, believes, there is too much emphasis on improving this highly sought after skill. Product management is beautifully messy and full of delightful uncertainty so don’t let prioritisation suck the life out of it. Rik […] Read more »

SUNDAY REWIND: Making smarter decisions with mental model

BY Imogen Schels on August 15, 2021

It’s been far too long since we’ve seen you all in person but, for the team at Mind the Product, and many who enjoy our conferences, the wait is almost over! Tickets are now on sale for our first ever hybrid event, #mtpcon London+EMEA 2021 which means you can join us online and in person on October 21 […] Read more »

SUNDAY REWIND: How Culture Add Changes the Conversation on Hiring

BY Imogen Schels on August 8, 2021

If you’re hiring for culture fit, you might want to rethink your approach. That’s the message in this 2019 post from Saielle Montgomery. Saielle shares her experience of hearing phrases like “she’s a bit quiet” while discussing candidates for roles and what the damage these seemingly passing comments can really go on to do. Here […] Read more »

SUNDAY REWIND: Where Do Good Ideas Come From?

BY Imogen Schels on August 1, 2021

This Sunday Rewind we’re going back to 8 January 2020 and an episode of The Product Experience podcast focused on ideas. Good ideas no less. Where do they come from? How do you come up with them? How do you pick out the good from the bad in the many you’re presented with on a […] Read more »