Top Product Management Blog Posts: Week of July 14, 2014

Top Product Management Blog PostsLooking for some great reads on product management? Here is a roundup of our top blog posts from the past couple of weeks. We hope you find them helpful!

  1. The Most Abused Question When Building New Products - A good read by Saeed Khan that discusses a question that is asked too often and how it can kill a product.
  2. Just When You Thought It Was Safe to go Back to the Theater: A Product Management Lesson … – Christopher Cummings discusses how a company called RiffTrax is revamping the movie theater experience and how product management plays an important role.
  3. Creating New Value - Neal Cabage talks about the fundamental reason why some products fall flat, and what you can do to address this problem in his most recent blog post.

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Product Management Comic: “Can We Add a Few Features?”

We’re back with a brand new comic for Product Management teams! We hope you enjoy it!

Episode 4: “Can We Add a Few Features?”

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Top Product Management Blog Posts: Week of July 7, 2014

Top Product Management Blog PostsLooking for some great reads on product management? Here is a roundup of our top blog posts from the past couple of weeks. We hope you find them helpful!

  1. Blockbuster’s Not Dead Yet: Lessons for Product Managers – Remember Blockbuster? Dr. Jim Anderson talks about the lesson learned for product managers that’s found in the video rental store’s story.
  2. The Ethics of the Data we Collect - We collect data to make our products better, but what do your users think about it? Teresa Torres discusses this in her latest blog post.
  3. Product Managers Trading in Land Mines for Gold Mines – Derek Morrison asks you whether your product is built on a gold mine or a land mine.

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Top Product Management Blog Posts: Week of June 30

Top Product Management Blog PostsLooking for some great reads on product management? Here is our latest roundup of top PM blog posts from the past week. We hope you find them helpful!

  1.  A Single Set of Priorities – How do you keep your team focused? Steve Johnson explains why you need a single set of priorities.
  2. Mapping the Duties of the Product Manager and Product Owner – John Peltier breaks down the duties of product managers and product owners in this helpful blog post.

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Top Product Management Blog Posts: Week of June 23, 2014

Weekly PM Blog PostsLooking for some great reads on product management? Here is our latest roundup, of top PM blog posts from the past week. We hope you find them helpful!

  1. Stop (In)Validating: Start Refining Like a Gold Rush Prospector: Sebastien Secard explains the most common pitfall of lean startup practitioners and his experience with it.
  2. How do Customer Development and Product Management Fit Together?: Cindy Alvarez explains why customer development is not the secret to creating a great product, but rather a risk mitigation tool.
  3. The Product Thesis: Jason Evanish walks you through the product thesis: an easy way to communicate customer needs to design and engineering teams in order to build the right product.

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