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5 Product Management Hacks for Product Leaders

BY Scott Colfer on November 21, 2019

As a product leader, you are the product manager for a leadership team, and the tricks you learned in product teams remain valuable, they just need a little tweak. Here, to help you, are five product management tricks and tools for every product leader. 1. Value Proposition A value proposition helps us to focus on […] Read more »

How to Simplify Your Value Proposition: A Case Study

BY Molly Norris Walker on April 11, 2018

It pays to be ruthlessly simple about your value proposition. While humans are emotional beings, the reality is they’re more likely to come to your product or service to achieve a clear transactional benefit. Acquire and convert more users by perfecting the most direct path to realizing that benefit. Here we look at a case […] Read more »

Different Ways to Make Money With Multi-Party Products

BY James Gadsby Peet on January 5, 2017

Multi party products  are those that are made up of numerous individuals, organisations and audiences whose actions affect one another, creating an ecosystem or network. They offer many levers to pull in terms of pricing strategy and so have many opportunities to try out different approaches. Here are a few lessons that Anna’s learned. Not […] Read more »

Designing Emotion

BY Chris Massey on February 10, 2016

We want to make people not just want, but love our brands – in doing so, we are focussing on “designing emotion”, but the way we understand emotion tends to be very limited. Julie Jenson Bennett dives into how our shifting understanding of emotion should be changing the way we design products, starting with the […] Read more »

Alex Osterwalder - Designing your Value Proposition

BY Martin Eriksson on November 14, 2014

In this video, Alex Osterwalder– the author and inventor of the Business Model Canvas, a tool to visualise, challenge and reinvent business models – talks about his next book: Value Proposition Design. He leads the MTPcon audience through an exercise to help identify the jobs their product should do and the gains and pains of […] Read more »