Playlist · by Daniel Adeyanju
17 episodes, 9 hours 18 mins
Diverse Voices #2: Hinge CPO on True Love Through Product
Dating apps have completely turned social interaction upside down - re-engineering how people meet and how we open up to others. How do product managers continue to enhance opportunities for people to find "the one?" Hinge CPO Tim MacGougan talks about the evolution of his product career - leading into the current state of dating apps and what we can expect in the near future. Click here to read more about Tim's story on our blog: http://bit.ly/2Q2P2ru
Interview: Vidya Dinamani on Conducting Effective Customer Interviews
Vidya Dinamani has a passion for coaching product leaders and teams. Vidya has over 18 years of experience specializing in business & technology strategy development and product design, development and management. Vidya has held multiple executive roles at leading companies, including executive positions leading Innovation and Product Management at Mitchell International, Director of Customer Experience for TurboTax, Intuit. She also served as Director of Business Operations and Chief IT Architect for the software provider. Prior to Intuit, Vidya was a consultant with Deloitte Consulting specializing in technology/strategy consulting. A holder of 7 US patents for software technology, Vidya earned a B.S. in Physics from Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand, and a Masters from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She is also a certified Net Promoter Associate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
TEI 209: Predictive analytics for product managers – with Brian Brinkmann
Global Product Management Talk is pleased to bring you the next episode of... The Everyday Innovator with host Chad McAllister, PhD. The podcast is all about helping people involved in innovation and managing products become more successful, grow their careers, and STANDOUT from their peers. About the Episode: o you know which customers are most likely to stop using your product in the next month? Or, what actions your best customers take with your product when they start using it? With the right data, product managers not only know the answers to such questions, but they also know what actions to take to keep customers and a whole lot more. This is the area of predictive analytics and our guest is Brian Brinkmann, the VP of Products for a company involved in the revolution of business intelligence tools, leading to greater predictive capabilities. That company is Logi. Brian is the perfect person to learn predictive analytics from because he is also a classic product manager, recog...
Episode 128: Writing Great Product Specs with Janna Bastow
What kind of product specs are the best to work with? How do you document your vision? Our guest today is Janna Bastow — co-founder and CEO of ProdPad, co-founder of Mind the Product, and product person at heart. You'll learn why product specs are always a work in progress, how to deal with deadlines, document your goals and tasks, and iterate based on customer feedback.
302: What Stage Are We In? (Sam Clemens)
Sam Clemens, Partner at Accomplice VC, discusses utilizing his product experience to nurture new companies, advice for where businesses should focus in various stages of growth, what should really be in an MVP, and his feelings around leaving a company as it's founder. Accomplice VC Sam on LinkedIn See open positions at thoughtbot! Become a Sponsor of Giant Robots!
181 Building Cars is Product Management
David Riddlebarger, Senior Product Manager at Honda R&D, shares the market research practices he deploys to develop new car concepts and how he presents data to key stakeholders. Get the latest updates from the show at www.thisisproductmanagement.com.
How bots, messengers and apps will define 2019 with Des Traynor, Paul Adams and Emmet Connolly
How bots, messengers and apps will define 2019 with Des Traynor, Paul Adams and Emmet Connolly
The Untold Story of Books.com [Part 2]
In the second and final episode of our look at Books.com, we discover what happens when Charlie Stack is faced with competition from Amazon.com and a multi-million dollar buy out offer on the table. We also learn more about what Charlie is up to currently and how the Books.com legacy has lived on. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
TEI 210: Make time to accomplish what you need to today- with John Zeratsky
Global Product Management Talk is pleased to bring you the next episode of... The Everyday Innovator with host Chad McAllister, PhD. The podcast is all about helping people involved in innovation and managing products become more successful, grow their careers, and STANDOUT from their peers. About the Episode: How would you like to get more done this year? That begins by getting more done today and our guest has the four-part framework for making that happen. This is not just another time management approach, but what the creators and authors of the Google Design Sprint found to be the practices to get more done. Our guest is John Zeratsky co-author of Make Time: How to Focus on What Matters Every Day, He previously wrote the New York Times bestsellerSprint: How to Solve Big Problems and Test New Ideas in Just Five Days, which describes the Google Design Spring process invented by Jake Knapp. By the way, Jake is the other co-author of the four-part Make Time framework we are about t...
Product Lifecycle #2: BioDigital CPO on Living The Product Lifecycle
Every product manager starts out in a variety of entry points. What does it take to build a long-term career - and most importantly, how do you create value for customers and your business? BioDigital CPO Vivian Chang talks about going from project manager to CPO - along with the importance of being user-focused throughout the product lifecycle and how to scale with revenue-driven products. Click here to read more about Vivian's story: http://bit.ly/2FbTROq
Hardware vs. Software Product Management by Pandora Sr PM
In this episode, Ross Yesikov, Senior PM at Pandora, shares his perspective on the differences and similarities in managing Hardware vs Software, as well as B2B vs B2C, products. Ross also discusses the psychological differences in the work approaches,...
182 Working with Engineers is Product Management
Marc Abraham, Chief Product Officer at Settled, shares how he collaborates with engineers and designers and his approach to product roadmapping. Get the latest updates from the show at www.thisisproductmanagement.com.
Why Questioning the Product is Important by McDonald's PM
In this episode, Richard Mannion, the PM from McDonald's, talks about the importance of asking 'Why', the purpose and vision of a product and what problems it can solve. He discusses scaling Agile for enterprise and concludes with how to deliver killer...
TEI 211: Most product managers are not using surveys correctly and how to fix
Global Product Management Talk is pleased to bring you the next episode of... The Everyday Innovator with host Chad McAllister, PhD. The podcast is all about helping people involved in innovation and managing products become more successful, grow their careers, and STANDOUT from their peers. About the Episode: Many product managers and product marketers are using surveys incorrectly. We like surveys because they are relatively quick and inexpensive compared to other tools, such as customer interviews. While they can help us confirm what we think are the needs of customers and provide customer experience information, they are not something most customers look forward to participating in. My guest has a different experience. He creates surveys that not only have insanely high response rates but that actually create more loyal customers. Imagine that–surveys as a tool to make loyal customers. He is Matt Champagne, researcher, university professor, author, serial entrepreneur, and most...
A Job To Be Done: Building Products People Want
Jobs to be done will change the way you think about a product. It will change the way you approach user personas and influence your product decision process. It is one of the most important developments in product thinking in our time, so today we're going to dive right in. In this episode we talk with Jeetu Patel of Box, Bob Moesta co-creator of the Jobs to be done framework, Benedikt Lehnert of Wunderlist (now Microsoft) and Eric White. The theory of jobs to be done was developed in part as a complement to the theory of disruptive innovation. But disruption theory doesn’t tell you how to create products and services that customers want to buy. Jobs to be done theory does. It transforms our understanding of customer choice in a way that no amount of data ever could because it gets at the causal driver behind a purchase. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Customer Voice is Key to Product by X-Rite Pantone Strategy Director
In this episode, Shoshana Burgett the Director of Corporate Strategy and Customer Insights for X-Rite Pantone will be talking about the difference between validating questions and probing ones, explaining why you should never use the word 'Why' and...
Paul Adams, VP of Product, Intercom on avoiding the pendulum swing when problem-solving
As Intercom grew from 15 people to over 500, our VP of Product Paul Adams started to notice a pattern in the product and team issues he was dealing with. The pattern was this: You realize something’s broken, you try to fix it, you over-correct, and finally you find balance. Paul shares how he tried to break this pattern at the 2017 Inside Intercom World Tour.
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