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Practical Design Thinking Part 3: A better way to run remote workshops?

BY Dominic Port on January 13, 2021

Remote workshops, they’re a thing right?! Remote workshops aren’t a new thing and, with the soar in popularity of tools like Mural (our personal favourite) or Miro (another great alternative), alongside the disparate nature of product teams in 2020, more and more remote workshops, (including full-blown Design Sprints) are being run every day. At Pack, before the pandemic […] Read more »

Product Manager's Secret 2020 Weapon: Remote Workshops

BY Drew Falkman on September 10, 2020

As product managers we are, at our core, facilitators. It is ultimately up to us to get all interested parties to align and collaborate on building the right thing for our business and making sure we understand our users so it’s the right thing for the market. As such, we spend a lot of our […] Read more »

How we Grow as Product Managers

BY Rosemary King on November 30, 2017

It starts local. A friend asks you to come to a meet-up, or to have a beer with a few friends from Silicon…(Valley, Alley, Roundabout, Beach, insert your fave here). Or you set up a coffee with a cool product manager or designer you know. They tell you about some books to read. Then you head […] Read more »

A Step-by-Step Guide to Constructing a Persona Workshop

BY Huimin Li on November 1, 2017

Our team is building a product for just one person. Unbelievable! Who is this person? His name is Eric. Eric is a senior developer at a medium-sized software company. With a smooth career path and eight years of industry experience, Eric is considered a successful engineer. Eric loves coding and is passionate about new products. […] Read more »

The Six Essential Books that Every Product Manager Should Read

BY Rosemary King on April 11, 2017

I always tell the participants of my workshops that as a Product Manager you should be voraciously curious about what’s happening in the field.  Read books, keep tabs on blogs, follow people on Twitter, listen to podcasts, be a massive consumer of ideas and then see what resonates most with you. Here are some of […] Read more »

Training to be a Better Product Manager

BY Rosemary King on March 22, 2017

7 years ago, I started working at my first tech startup. I remember very clearly meeting a Product Manager named Jim Lindstrom on my first day and asked to shadow him. I saw a bewildering but exciting range of tasks and responsibilities, I didn’t quite understand it, but I wanted to. I knew by the […] Read more »

Become a Better Product Manager in Just One Weekend

BY Martin Eriksson on January 9, 2017

It’s a new year and time to think about how to achieve all those crazy new years resolutions we’ve set ourselves. We can’t help with a healthier lifestyle but we can help you level up your product management career! ProductCamp London We’re excited to announce that the next ProductCamp London will be on Saturday March […] Read more »

6 Ways to Level Up Your Product Management Skills in September

BY Martin Eriksson on April 17, 2016

We’re really excited about this year’s London conference, as it promises to be our best yet. One reason is we’re seriously amping up the workshops this year with lots of new options to choose from! […] Read more »

Level Up your Product Management Skills at #mtpcon SF

BY Martin Eriksson on January 19, 2016

Based on your feedback we’re adding an optional pre-conference day full of in-depth product management workshops to help you level up your skills and kick even more ass than before! We’ve lined up five amazing full-day workshops with true experts in the field and we’re keeping them small and focused with a maximum of 24 […] Read more »

Build better products with effective MVPs

BY Danielle Colyer on July 21, 2015

The concept of an MVP – or Minimum Viable Product – is a one that comes up a lot in product development. MVPs are an intrinsic part of the build-measure-learn process at the heart of product management processes, offering maximum benefit for minimum effort. Correct implementation of MVPs allows product managers to learn more about customers, deliver […] Read more »