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Data-Driven product management: how your business profits

Agile Alliance

To succeed, teams need to embrace data-driven product management. The post Data-Driven product management: how your business profits first appeared on Agile Alliance. In navigating new, unprecedented change, disruption, and fluidity, teams simply can’t rely on guesswork and second-hand interpretations.

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Product Management for AI

O'Reilly Media - Ideas

A couple of years ago, Pete Skomoroch, Roger Magoulas, and I talked about the problems of being a product manager for an AI product. Product Management for AI. What you need to know about product management for AI Practical Skills for the AI Product Manager Bringing an AI Product to Market.


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The Strategic Value of Product Management


While it might seem like a complex process, the answer is pretty straightforward: it takes good product management. What is Product Management? Product management is a means to drive the development of products that meet the strategic needs of a company. The Roots of Modern Product Management.

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SREs: Stop Asking Your Product Managers for SLOs

The problem is, defining what makes your customers happy requires communication between software reliability engineers (SREs) and product managers (PMs) (aka business stakeholders), and […]. The post SREs: Stop Asking Your Product Managers for SLOs appeared first on

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Why the Product Message Should Come From Product Management

Speaker: Jordan Bergtraum, Head of Product at Equip ID & Consultant

Product Managers may feel the “message” should be developed by the Product Marketing function, but I disagree. In this webinar you will learn: Why Product Management should create the initial “Product Message". The benefits of a good product message. How to create a compelling message.

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Using Inversion as a Mental Model for Product Management

Abhishek Tiwari

In the world of product management, the ability to think critically and anticipate potential problems is essential for success. One mental model that can greatly aid product managers in this regard is inversion. Here's how you can use inversion as a mental model for product management.

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Article: 7 Key Insights of Product Management

InfoQ Culture Methods

What a Product Manager does and how they do it seems like a perennial question, an ongoing discussion, often ending in debate. This changes depending on factors such as the size and culture of the company, the industry or sector, the business model, where the product is in its lifecycle, and the type of product.

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The 3 Principles that Lead to Better Collaboration Between Design and Product Management Teams

Speaker: Felix Watson Jr., Product Manager at Google, and Terrell Cobb, Designer at Microsoft

As more product teams adopt agile working styles, poor collaboration between Design and Product Management can harm a team’s ability to create consumer and business value. In this webinar they will teach you: 3 principles that allow Design and Product Management to work together more effectively.

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Products for Product People: Best Practices in Analytics

Speaker: Andrew Wynn, Senior Product Manager, Looker

Who builds products for the product people? As a product manager, you know how helpful custom tailored data solutions can be to doing your job well. Learn product analytics best practices from Andrew Wynn, Product Manager at Looker. In this webinar, we'll cover: Real examples for different verticals.

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How King Crushes New Product Development using Data-Driven Insights

Speaker: Ian Thompson, Head of Business Intelligence at King, and Zara Wells, Strategic Customer Success Manager at Looker

Product Managers looking to leverage data to make informed product design decisions can learn a lot from renowned gaming company King, maker of Candy Crush and many other games - even if their product has seemingly no overlap with games. Don't miss King’s data expert (dare we say king?)

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Run a Business, Not a Backlog

Speaker: John Mecke, Managing Director of DevelopmentCorporate, Jon Gatrell, Principal Partner at Market Driven Business

The role of a product manager has evolved significantly over the past 20 years. In today’s Agile world, product managers are expected to be leaders in market knowledge, strategy, organizational enablement, etc. Numerical literacy is a key skill for effective product managers.

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The Product Symphony: Orchestrating Success with Storymapping

Speaker: Jamie Bernard - Senior Product Director at Launch by NTT Data

In today’s dynamic business landscape, successful product management hinges on a keen understanding of customer needs and market dynamics. It serves as a catalyst to better align your entire organization, setting the stage for impactful, customer-centric product management.

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The Science of High-Impact Experimentation

Speaker: Holly Hester-Reilly, Founder and Product Management Coach, H2R Product Science

Experimentation allows product managers to make decisions based on data rather than mere intuition. How can a product manager be certain they’re making effective decisions when it comes to experimentation? But too many teams don't know what to test, which leads to poorly designed experiments and unclear results.

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Building User-Centric and Responsible Generative AI Products

Speaker: Shyvee Shi - Product Lead and Learning Instructor at LinkedIn

In the rapidly evolving landscape of artificial intelligence, Generative AI products stand at the cutting edge. These products, with their unique capabilities, bring fresh opportunities and challenges that demand a fresh approach to product management.

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Cracking the Code to Product Team Success: Data, Empathy, and Extraordinary Communication

Speaker: Donna Shaw - Senior Product Manager & Eric Frierson - Director of Innovation for Public and School Libraries

Product management goes beyond product development; it involves nurturing a cohesive team. Nonetheless, by leveraging foresight and valuable insights, you can cultivate a thriving product management team that works together harmoniously to craft customer-centric products.