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A series focusing on building a career in product management and being the most awesome product manager that you could be. The product coach podcast focuses on the development of practical skills which are essential for product managers to navigate their way through the product development lifecycle so that they can excel at their game. These skills are generally learnt over time through life long experiences and have a real world authenticity as the sharing is based on failures and triumphs.

Latest Episodes

Lessons in product management - Blackberry (formerly RIM) a Case Study

This case study examines how the company went from being the market leader in mobile communication to a company which today is far away from its glorious years. We talk about how continued innovation is important and why product management should play a pivotal role in influencing corporate strategy and why the product roadmap should adapt to what users want. If you like more content like this subscribe to productcoach.net to get regular updates or click on our RSS stream. We would like to hear from you if you find the case study approach suitable for podcasting and if you want us to cover case studies more frequently.

16 MIN4 d ago
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Lessons in product management - Blackberry (formerly RIM) a Case Study

Product management needs to lead the digital transformation

As product leaders it is implied that we need to lead the transformation to digital. As a key engine of growth PMs need to think digital and put their hands up to ask for more investment to deliver digital experiences. PMs are also being asked to respond quickly to market events and to be ambitious. Its a great time to be a product manager, we are in the drivers seat and have the opportunity to take the business forward in these trying times. If you like more content like this subscribe to productcoach.net to get regular updates or click on our RSS stream. We would like to hear from you on how you engage your product teams to be digital focused.

7 MIN1 w ago
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Product management needs to lead the digital transformation

Product managers guide to working remotely

From one product manager to another, many of us are going to continue working from home for the rest of the year. We have to continue collaborating with co-workers and customers and make good with what we have access to at home. This podcast will provide you some tips on improving your workflow so that you can run more efficient engagements. Setup your environment to stay productive and learn to use your communication tools to be run effective meetings. If you like more content like this subscribe to productcoach.net to get regular updates or click on our RSS stream. We would like to hear from you on how you manage your work from home. Let us know if you would like to share your stories with us.

15 MIN2 w ago
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Product managers guide to working remotely

The product managers manifesto

A manifesto for product managers encourages a culture of openness and accountability. Every product manager should have one. The product manager plays a important role in an organisation. Without the execution of a certain set of principles a product manager cannot fullfll their role and chart out the future roadmap which an organisation needs to compete effectively. Every product organisation should look to cultivate a habit of encouraging the creation of a manifesto for product managers. The ways of working are changing, there is also a drive for inclusion and diversity in the workplace. A good manifesto can help drive that. We hope the product manifesto will help you drive the change you have in mind for yourself and your teams. We welcome feedback. Register / subscribe for more updates at productcoach.net . Your continued interest is the inspiration we need to keep creating awesome content for all product managers out there.

9 MIN3 w ago
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The product managers manifesto

Why product managers should meet customers

As product manager we should love speaking to our customers. Them using our products is the best indicator that we are doing something right and our products are serving their purpose. In my experiece customer are often delighted to be able to speak to the product managers, they feel extremely valued that their opinions are being sought after. So be confident when you are around customers. I hope this podcast will help you increase your engagements with customers. These insights are a valuable for product managers to make prioritisation decisions. We welcome your thoughts and experiences on how you go about engaging customers and use their feedback. Register yourself at productcoach.net and help the community.

7 MINJUL 11
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Why product managers should meet customers

Create a business case in a day

Ever been in a situation where you have been asked to prepare a business case within a day? In this podcast we chart through how to go about getting a quick business together so that you can walk away knowing you have given it your best shot. This approach is better than a back of the napkin and finger in the air kind of estimate. Great product managers take pride in submitting quality business cases. Listen through the podcast and share your thoughts with us at the productcoach.net

12 MINJUL 6
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Create a business case in a day

Focus on the solution not the problem

Great product managers are masters at problem solving. They focus on how to move forward rather than getting stuck on the why the problem occurred. We examine how product managers could take a proactive approach to problem solving. Lets now look at a few behavioural and leadership traits you should develop to help you become a great problem solver. Visit productcoach.net for more insights &practical skills which are essential for product managers.

14 MINJUN 28
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Focus on the solution not the problem

Product communication - Its all about the narrative

Building up the right narrative for your product is a discovery process for most product managers. Often different narratives are required. In this episode we discuss examples of good narratives and how to get comfortable with building out your own narratives for your product. You will have a better appreciation on the importance of investing in your narrative, its after all your product.

14 MINJUN 20
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Product communication - Its all about the narrative

Getting comfortable with being uncomfortable in dealing with change

One thing is constant in this world and that is change. How does constant change impact product managers and what are the lessons we should expect to learn and be prepared for as the world around us evolves. Product managers must look at their job function as one which is dynamic and evolving and not rely on the status quo for continued career growth and product performance. In this episode we will look at some external forces which have driven change - leaps in technology, changes in business models, regulations, evolving customer experiences and impact from generation Z.

18 MINJUN 14
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Getting comfortable with being uncomfortable in dealing with change

How techie do you have to be as a product manager

With so much innovation going on its a challenging time to be a product manager. Reliance on technology to deliver digital propositions raises the question on whether product managers need to be technically strong. In this podcast we discuss a balanced approach to be adequately enabled to help support your PM role.

11 MINMAY 31
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How techie do you have to be as a product manager

Latest Episodes

Lessons in product management - Blackberry (formerly RIM) a Case Study

This case study examines how the company went from being the market leader in mobile communication to a company which today is far away from its glorious years. We talk about how continued innovation is important and why product management should play a pivotal role in influencing corporate strategy and why the product roadmap should adapt to what users want. If you like more content like this subscribe to productcoach.net to get regular updates or click on our RSS stream. We would like to hear from you if you find the case study approach suitable for podcasting and if you want us to cover case studies more frequently.

16 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Lessons in product management - Blackberry (formerly RIM) a Case Study

Product management needs to lead the digital transformation

As product leaders it is implied that we need to lead the transformation to digital. As a key engine of growth PMs need to think digital and put their hands up to ask for more investment to deliver digital experiences. PMs are also being asked to respond quickly to market events and to be ambitious. Its a great time to be a product manager, we are in the drivers seat and have the opportunity to take the business forward in these trying times. If you like more content like this subscribe to productcoach.net to get regular updates or click on our RSS stream. We would like to hear from you on how you engage your product teams to be digital focused.

7 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Product management needs to lead the digital transformation

Product managers guide to working remotely

From one product manager to another, many of us are going to continue working from home for the rest of the year. We have to continue collaborating with co-workers and customers and make good with what we have access to at home. This podcast will provide you some tips on improving your workflow so that you can run more efficient engagements. Setup your environment to stay productive and learn to use your communication tools to be run effective meetings. If you like more content like this subscribe to productcoach.net to get regular updates or click on our RSS stream. We would like to hear from you on how you manage your work from home. Let us know if you would like to share your stories with us.

15 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Product managers guide to working remotely

The product managers manifesto

A manifesto for product managers encourages a culture of openness and accountability. Every product manager should have one. The product manager plays a important role in an organisation. Without the execution of a certain set of principles a product manager cannot fullfll their role and chart out the future roadmap which an organisation needs to compete effectively. Every product organisation should look to cultivate a habit of encouraging the creation of a manifesto for product managers. The ways of working are changing, there is also a drive for inclusion and diversity in the workplace. A good manifesto can help drive that. We hope the product manifesto will help you drive the change you have in mind for yourself and your teams. We welcome feedback. Register / subscribe for more updates at productcoach.net . Your continued interest is the inspiration we need to keep creating awesome content for all product managers out there.

9 MIN3 w ago
Comments
The product managers manifesto

Why product managers should meet customers

As product manager we should love speaking to our customers. Them using our products is the best indicator that we are doing something right and our products are serving their purpose. In my experiece customer are often delighted to be able to speak to the product managers, they feel extremely valued that their opinions are being sought after. So be confident when you are around customers. I hope this podcast will help you increase your engagements with customers. These insights are a valuable for product managers to make prioritisation decisions. We welcome your thoughts and experiences on how you go about engaging customers and use their feedback. Register yourself at productcoach.net and help the community.

7 MINJUL 11
Comments
Why product managers should meet customers

Create a business case in a day

Ever been in a situation where you have been asked to prepare a business case within a day? In this podcast we chart through how to go about getting a quick business together so that you can walk away knowing you have given it your best shot. This approach is better than a back of the napkin and finger in the air kind of estimate. Great product managers take pride in submitting quality business cases. Listen through the podcast and share your thoughts with us at the productcoach.net

12 MINJUL 6
Comments
Create a business case in a day

Focus on the solution not the problem

Great product managers are masters at problem solving. They focus on how to move forward rather than getting stuck on the why the problem occurred. We examine how product managers could take a proactive approach to problem solving. Lets now look at a few behavioural and leadership traits you should develop to help you become a great problem solver. Visit productcoach.net for more insights &practical skills which are essential for product managers.

14 MINJUN 28
Comments
Focus on the solution not the problem

Product communication - Its all about the narrative

Building up the right narrative for your product is a discovery process for most product managers. Often different narratives are required. In this episode we discuss examples of good narratives and how to get comfortable with building out your own narratives for your product. You will have a better appreciation on the importance of investing in your narrative, its after all your product.

14 MINJUN 20
Comments
Product communication - Its all about the narrative

Getting comfortable with being uncomfortable in dealing with change

One thing is constant in this world and that is change. How does constant change impact product managers and what are the lessons we should expect to learn and be prepared for as the world around us evolves. Product managers must look at their job function as one which is dynamic and evolving and not rely on the status quo for continued career growth and product performance. In this episode we will look at some external forces which have driven change - leaps in technology, changes in business models, regulations, evolving customer experiences and impact from generation Z.

18 MINJUN 14
Comments
Getting comfortable with being uncomfortable in dealing with change

How techie do you have to be as a product manager

With so much innovation going on its a challenging time to be a product manager. Reliance on technology to deliver digital propositions raises the question on whether product managers need to be technically strong. In this podcast we discuss a balanced approach to be adequately enabled to help support your PM role.

11 MINMAY 31
Comments
How techie do you have to be as a product manager
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