Product Momentum Podcast: Continuous Learning from the Best Minds in Product Leadership

65 / The Creation of Culture as a Competitive Advantage

What job are product leaders really paid to do? When you boil it all down, leaders are paid to deliver results. Quantitative, which many believe are more easily measured. And qualitative, which invites the notion of organizational culture: much more difficult to measure, but more important in today’s world than ever before. In this episode … Continued

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Chalmers Brothers
Author, Speaker, Leadership Coach

64 / Managing User Feedback to Prioritize Your Product Roadmap

Product leaders need to be astute prioritizers. That means we have to say no – a lot. To the sales rep begging us to build “the next big thing.” And to the customer account rep pleading for a flashy new feature. Our response to these cries for help is, “Make your case. Tell me why. … Continued

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Keith Frankel

63 / Unlock Your Inner Genius

Attaining so-called “genius status” – Mozart, Steve Jobs, Einstein spring to mind – seems untouchable to us mere mortals. Or is it. As product people, we have more genius within us than we give ourselves credit for. In this episode of the Product Momentum Podcast, Sean and Matt are joined by Shawn Livermore. The author … Continued

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Shawn Livermore
Product Perfect

62 / Brand Archetypes Help Our Products Speak to the World

Archetype. We don’t have to know what the word means to recognize how it connects our brand with our users. Archetypes help us choose the right words, assemble them in the right order, and communicate the brand experience our users expect. Our brand is how our products speak to the world. In this episode of … Continued

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Margie Agin
Centerboard Marketing

61 / Simple Steps for High-Touch User Engagement

Maybe more than anything else, product people want good, honest, relevant feedback about their products. And their go-to source for the straight-up truth? Moms and best friends. They’re the ones who’ll give you the sort of “big-picture feedback you’re desperate for.” And the best part is they know enough not to give advice you didn’t … Continued

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Rob Fitzpatrick
Entrepreneur, Author