In this episode, Ammar Jawad, discusses the type of problems applied machine learning can solve for a product, as well as how machine learning can deliver personalised experiences. Ammar's final chapter reveals where to actually begin with learning machine learning as product people.
In this episode, Anand Lakshminarayan, discusses the core of what it is like to be an Enterprise Product Manager, drawing upon his experience at Microsoft and Checkr. Enterprise Product Management has different challenges and rewards than consumer products, and while you may find that consumer products are more exciting, think Spotify, Snapchat, Instagram, working on an Enterprise product is extremely fascinating as well. Aside from general Enterprise Product Management, Anand talks about...
In this episode, Paresh Vakhariya walks us through his journey from UX to Product Management and how he did it. Paresh also highlights his own product as a success story and provides tips on how to transition from UX to Product Management to anyone who is interested.
In this episode, Tim Holley, discusses the different ways to test ideas, from 1:1 user interviews to A/B testing at scale. The speaker advises you to:
1. Define your goals, figure out whether you have sufficient projects to achieve them, and how you're going to validate your initiatives.
2. Create your toolbox of ways to identify insights and validate ideas as effectively as possible. Add to this toolbox whenever you get the chance.
3. Be pragmatic when it comes to validating ideas....
In this episode, Ellen Dunn, discusses whether bots are the right solution for YOUR product, how to develop conversational UX and how to design a 'successful' conversation. Ellen also touches upon the measures you should be using.
In this talk, Deb Dutta, will focus on how you can incorporate data throughout your product life cycle to drive product decisions, feature prioritization and long term roadmap strategy. She walks through simple use cases where data has helped Product Managers break down complex problems and arrive at simple product decisions that directly impacted their KPIs. Deb concludes with interview tips to crack a Product Manager job interviews with a data driven approach.
In this episode, Taige Zhang shared a powerful framework he's been using to brainstorm ideas for boosting user engagement! Being a Product Manager requires structured and organized thinking. Frameworks are a handy and effective way to approach problems. Product Managers learn about many and develop their own throughout their product careers.
In this episode, our panelists discuss Blockchain. This discussion took place during #ProductCon NYC 2018, the biggest product management conference in the world! Moderator: Lisa Connelly. Chief Product and Operations Officer. The Panelists: Veena Xavier. Director-Programmatic Demand at PulsePoint. Daniel Brand. Account Manager at AlphaPoint Corp. Julien Tregoat. Front End Engineer & Dapp Developer at Thunder Token Inc.
In this episode, Karl Sluis, founder at CityAtlas, discusses the importance of communication for Product Managers. This discussion took place during #ProductCon NYC 2018, the biggest product management conference in the world!
In this episode, Kevin Gu, Product Manager at Etsy, discusses growing as a Product Manager. This discussion took place during #ProductCon NYC 2018, the biggest product management conference in the world!
We have all seen how product and services change our daily behaviors. So, if we want to learn how to form healthy habits in our users' lives, it is indispensable to look at the best in the business. In this talk, Nir goes through the patterns behind how big companies have profoundly changed our day to day lives and habits.
Product visions are extremely important for product managers and should be thought about day in and day out, in order to ensure a successful strategy. In this podcast, Jori shares her take on MVPs and explains why they are a pitstop to product vision.