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Millennials are not spoiled — when the know-better effect comes in to play

I hear all the time how the generation of millennials is spoiled, entitled, and not patient in general. While there is certainly a change in the behavior of this generation, I’d like to propose that it might have very little to do with patience. You might be familiar with the

Hubert Palan

Hubert Palan

A battle-tested product onboarding framework from Wes Bush

Turbulent times like these pose challenges for product companies as they need to fight harder than ever before to turn users into paying customers. That’s why effective user onboarding is mission-critical for any SaaS business. To help you with this challenge, product-led expert and author of the Product-Led Growth book

Dottie Schrock

Kalo Yankulov

SC Moatti’s mind, body, and spirit framework for building excellent products

Meet SC Moatti. She’s written an award-winning bestseller on how to build great products and founded Products That Count, one of the largest networks of product managers in the world. On top of that, she’s spent over a dozen years building products at Facebook, Nokia and Electronic Arts and a

Dottie Schrock

Mekkie Bansil

VP Product Rachel Wolan on how product leaders can help customers adapt during unprecedented times

Earlier this week, we kicked off our Product Excellence AMA Hour webinar series by welcoming Rachel Wolan, VP of Product at LiveRamp, alongside our CEO, Hubert Palan. During a frank and transparent chat moderated by Hubert, Rachel discussed the impact that COVID-19 is having on business and how her company

Nicholas Edwards

Nicholas Edwards

Nir Eyal on the power of habit-forming products – and why users have more control than they think

At the intersection of psychology, technology, and business lies the field of behavioral design, and Nir Eyal is at the forefront of it. Having spent most of his career in the gaming and advertising industries, founding and selling a couple of companies along the way, Nir now dedicates his time

Alena Miklasova

Alena Miklasova

5 skills every great product manager needs

The role of a product manager is complex. With their responsibilities straddling those of technical, business, and customer-facing roles, no two days are the same. No wonder people refer to them as ‘mini CEOs’ or ‘CEOs of the product.’ Because it’s such a broad and varied role, it’s important that

Dottie Schrock

Andrej Danko

Personalization and the rise of machine learning product management

Laura Hamilton didn’t plan to pursue a career in product management. But, like many product managers, she fell into the field thanks to her passion for building and bringing new things to life. Currently, she leads the personalization product team at Rally Health, a health tech company empowering individuals to

Dottie Schrock

Dottie Schrock

Shelley Perry explains that there would be more hyper-growth companies if they had a Chief Product Officer

“Having a qualified Chief Product Officer that is able to address real-time business challenges, be a change agent and role model, speak the language of finance to peers in the C-Suite, and lead their team through execution results in hyper-growth and profitability for companies, especially during the ScaleUp phase.” Around

Dottie Schrock

Mekkie Bansil

Rich Mironov knows how to build products that your customers will actually use (and shares his expertise with you)

Rich Mironov is a product person through and through. As a product manager and leader for three decades and counting (“turns out that if you stick with it for 30 years, you can be an overnight success!”), he believes in clearly defining product vision and strategy, getting to the bottom

Dottie Schrock

Dottie Schrock

Kate O’Neill on bringing a human-centered approach to product management

When it comes to discussing the future of technology, the dystopian narrative is strong — whether we’re talking about Artificial Intelligence, automation, advertising, or anything in between, there’s a sense that any technological progress will ultimately be used for nefarious purposes. That’s why Kate O’Neill’s perspective is so refreshing. “We’re

Dottie Schrock

Melissa Suzuno

How to use growth accounting to measure product-market fit

Consider a consumer mobile app that sells a monthly subscription to its service. Over the last 12 months, it’s shown stellar revenue growth of ~16% month-over-month for a 12-month period. On the surface, the app looks like it has a healthy degree of product-market fit. However, going one level deeper

Dottie Schrock

Jonathan Hsu

A CPO on scaling product management by focusing only on what matters (and how to define what matters)

Claire Milligan, Co-Chief Product Officer of Certify Inc./Chrome River, recently joined us at the productboard San Francisco office for a Product Management Speaking Series. In an engaging presentation, she walked the audience through a four-component iterative process that she uses to scale the product management function at her company.  Certify

Dottie Schrock

Kalo Yankulov

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