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95 / The Product Marketing Framework: Connecting the Market to the Product

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Martina Lauchengco
Costanoa Ventures

As consumers of everything from soap to software, all we’re looking for is better, easier, simpler. Most of the time we can’t explain why a thing is better; we just know delight when we experience it. “That’s the height of product management done well,” says Martina Lauchengco. “And it’s also when product marketing takes over …

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Martina Lauchengco
Costanoa Ventures

94 / A Pragmatic Approach to Data Science for Product Managers

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Taylor Murphy
Meltano

Data we collect about our products are really just a summary of the thousands of stories our users would tell us if they could. Part of our job as product managers is gathering and processing these stories, and then converting them into the products and tools that enhance the human experience. In this episode of …

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Taylor Murphy
Meltano

93 / Teams That Trust Find Innovation and Success

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Charles Feltman
Insight Coaching

When we trust others – including organizations – we do business with them whenever it makes sense. When we don’t, we look for alternatives. Trust is the foundation of every positive relationship, and its absence is the reason so many relationships struggle. In the product space especially, where we’re building complicated things that don’t yet …

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Charles Feltman
Insight Coaching

92 / Product Leaders: Don’t Overlook Your Own Contributions

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Jocelyn Miller
Coach, Speaker, Entrepreneur

Turns out there is an ‘I’ in ‘team.’ Effective product leaders know the importance of giving credit to their teams for a job well done. But too often, we forget to accept some of the praise for ourselves. The risk we run in overlooking our own contributions can actually be detrimental to the team in …

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Jocelyn Miller
Coach, Speaker, Entrepreneur

91 / Capacity to Learn: A Skill All Top Product Managers Possess

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Karthik Suresh
Ignition

“It depends.” A two-word answer that might seem overly safe. But is the only honest response to the question: “What does it take to be a top product manager?” Among dozens of dependencies, the PM role depends on whether you’re at a startup vs. a large, well-established company, says Karthik Suresh, co-founder of Ignition and …

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Karthik Suresh
Ignition

90 / Amid The Great Resignation, It’s Time To ‘Productize Your Career’

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Liz Li
LinkedIn

Not everyone experiences that polarizing, “fork in the road” moment in their career. That catalyzing realization when a choice needs to be made about which path to take. Before we get there, how do we recognize the signals telling us to step back, take stock, and unpack where we are in our personal and professional …

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Liz Li
LinkedIn

89 / Innovation Starts With Self-Awareness

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Saleema Vellani
Ripple Impact

Saleema Vellani first visited the Product Momentum Podcast 2 years ago, shortly before the release of her now best-selling book, Innovation Starts with I, and just as a global pandemic tightened its grip on our world. Now 2 years on, we’re delighted have her back on the pod, this time with Paul and ITX product …

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Saleema Vellani
Ripple Impact

88 / Effective Product Managers Embrace a ‘Back to Basics’ Mindset

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James Mayes
Mind the Product

Imagine you have over 300,000 customers who love your product. Then, in the span of one weekend in March 2020, you suddenly find yourself with no product to deliver them. Where do you go from there? You go back to the basics, says James Mayes, who joined Sean and Paul in this episode of the …

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James Mayes
Mind the Product

87 / Service Design: Methods & Tools that Improve the User Experience

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Marc Stickdorn & Adam Lawrence
More than Metrics; WorkPlayExperience

Service design is not new; in fact, today’s guests Adam Lawrence and Marc Stickdorn have been writing and teaching service design for more than a decade. But even in that time, the question of a precise definition for service design remains, as Adam points out, “very active.” “Service design is really the design process around …

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Marc Stickdorn & Adam Lawrence
More than Metrics; WorkPlayExperience

86 / Optimize Alignment For High Performance

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Jonathon Hensley
Emerge

A staggering 70-90% of digital products fail or underperform, says Jonathon Hensley, co-Founder and CEO of Emerge. That translates to trillions of dollars in unrealized investment. Jonathon points to misalignment as the most common source of product or project failure. “Most products underperform not because the team didn’t care,” Jonathon explains. “I think what’s really …

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Jonathon Hensley
Emerge

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