ProdMinds #16 - Anup Sheshadri
I believe the product-led growth strategy helps companies to taste the real-market much faster than traditional sales-led growth models. You can run agile experiments and learn the market dynamics more effectively. Also, fundamentally, buyer behavior is changing as well.
Anna Naumova and Her Perspective to Feedback Management
Product managers usually tend to satisfy power users’ needs because these users are more vocal and send emails to customer support more often.
Graham Reed and the Challenges of Product Management
Communication skills are a given with almost any role, but it is the ability to listen - really listen, to what is being said by users, customers, sales teams, about what they want from a product.
Greg Prickril and His Feedback Management Methods
Managing internal stakeholders begins with prioritization (like so many topics in product management). Since PMs have an essentially unmanageable number of stakeholders, it’s critical to know at any given time which ones can make the biggest contribution to the success of a product.
Shyvee Shi and Her experiences as a PM at LinkedIn
A key to master the art of being compelling as a PM is to focus on both the “substance” of your argument and the “style” of the argument, particularly as it relates to the target audience and key stakeholders we are trying to convince.
Ankit Goswami and His Product Management Experiences
Instead of “work fast and break stuff” you should work fast and learn quickly. What this means is that you have to understand problems you think you will be able to solve
Samuel Beek and His Experience with Head of Product
When I started building software, I didn’t know that there were multiple roles in teams. It might sound funny now, but I was under the impression that everybody just combined everything.