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99 / Overcoming the ‘Fragility of AI’ to Improve User Outcomes

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Dipanwita Das
Sorcero

Make no mistake. Artificial intelligence and machine learning are super-powerful tools; their benefits seem endless. But let’s not confuse them with superpowers. AI possesses a fragility, says Dipanwita Das, co-founder and CEO of Sorcero, who is working to improve patient outcomes through advanced analytics. More blind spot than flaw, the fragility of AI is nuance …

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Dipanwita Das
Sorcero

98 / Digital Accessibility & Inclusive Design: Understanding the Why

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Sheri Byrne-Haber
VMware

Accessibility is not one of those things that’s done well when it’s tacked on to the end of a project, Sheri Byrne-Haber says. “It’s going to cost more, it’s going to put your schedule at risk, and it’s not going to offer the best experience.” Embedding accessibility into product design early on, she adds, becomes …

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Sheri Byrne-Haber
VMware

97 / Empowering Product Managers To Unleash Product’s True Value

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Kent Weathers
Brainmates, Association of Product Professionals

Kent Weathers is Chief Product Officer at Brainmates and Director at the Association of Product Professionals (APP) – valuable perspectives for a conversation about the future of software product management. In this episode of the Product Momentum Podcast, Kent joins Paul Gebel and asks us product people to imagine for a moment a world without …

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Kent Weathers
Brainmates, Association of Product Professionals

ITX at 25: Creating a Culture of Product Innovation

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Ralph Dandrea
ITX Corp.

When Ralph Dandrea founded ITX a quarter-century ago, the notion of product was a whole lot different than it is today. In 1997, he and other product builders thought about software through the lens of themselves as users – not of the end users who were truly using the products they built. That thinking evolved …

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Ralph Dandrea
ITX Corp.

96 / How Product Managers Build Reputational Capital Within Their Organizations

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Paul Ortchanian
Bain Public

There’s a lot that product managers can do to empower themselves within their organizations. But the path is not a straight one. We know all too well the imbalance between our substantial responsibilities and the comparatively meager authority we have to execute on them. In this episode of the Product Momentum Podcast, Bain Public’s Paul …

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Paul Ortchanian
Bain Public

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

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