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Digital products don’t just live online. They are made up of people, experiences, and awe-inspiring innovation. This show shares the stories of industry-leading companies whose products have a soul, a mission, and a vision. Through engaging conversations with CEOs, entrepreneurs, and innovators, hosts Christian and Anna explore the notion of what it takes to build better products. Better Product weaves a narrative story about the good, the bad, and the ugly of ideating and activating the dig ...
 
Welcome to Enterprise Product Leadership (formerly IoT Product Leadership). Join Daniel Elizalde as he interviews Product Leaders on what it takes to launch Enterprise and Industrial products into the market. Whether you are a Product, Design, Engineering, UX, Data, or Business Leader, this show will give you insights into how top companies approach their products' lifecycle. About your host. Daniel Elizalde is the host of the Enterprise Product Leadership podcast. He is a Product Executive ...
 
“This is Product Management” interviews the brightest minds across the numerous disciplines that fuel modern product teams. Episodes span from arts to science, tactics to strategies, confessions to professions. Take a deep dive into user experience, statistics, innovation, differentiation, design, development, metrics, and more with the latest podcast for product managers. This is Product Management is produced by Feedback Loop Learn more and subscribe at tipm.feedbackloop.com
 
“Product Love” is the feeling you get when you have that incredible and joyous connection towards your favorite products. What makes certain products so lovable to us? I ask the leading industry product managers, and the brilliant teams that have crafted them for us. This podcast is essential for anyone who wants to learn about product management from the best executive product leaders across various disciples. Dive into topics about the evolving craft of product management, trends in the in ...
 
Helping traditionally-minded sales and marketing pros become relevant by demystifying trending digital approaches. Why? To build stronger customer relationships. We also help curious, non-technical people talk the talk in B2B information tech and software. Hosted by Aaron Abodeely, a curious tech marketer and sales leader, who had a breakthrough when he learned about how tracking pixels, marketing automation, and simple video communications actually augment human interaction with potential c ...
 
Are you a product manager or business leader who has questions about how to develop and implement successful business strategies? If so, then you’ve come to the right place! Dear Strategy is an award-winning blog and podcast that is dedicated to providing education and advice on the subjects of product and business strategy. Brought to you by the experts at Strategy Generation Company, each episode features user-submitted questions and real-life business stories that are analyzed, explained, ...
 
Welcome to The Critical Shift. We’re on a mission to find the points in people’s lives where things shifted to launch them toward success. We are interviewing people to find the influences or moments that affected them the most. We want to find the similarities so we can propel our own lives higher toward success.
 
Learn how to systematically and consistently create profound innovation. Break through traditional thinking! Scott Amyx is a globally renowned expert in product innovation that integrates exponential technologies, out-of-the-box thinking and proven science and research methodologies to create breakthrough new innovations for organizations. On his Forbes column and now on this podcast, he shares research-based best practices on how to generate profound, new-to-the-world innovations that have ...
 
Every day people create and design. Problems are discovered and in turn solutions are found. Lives are intertwined and deeply impacted by these experiences. True North looks to uncover these stories and highlight the testing and research which drives the innovation.
 
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Last June, we did a series on product-led growth because it’s still a pretty ambiguous and misunderstood term. While we sought to define it better, it’s still a topic on many companies' minds, specifically around how to structure your team. Blake Bartlett, Partner at OpenView, and Kyle Lacy, CMO at Lessonly, discuss the impact PLG has on an organiz…
 
Design, of course, is a critical part of product development. It’s where the ideas in our heads start to take shape in the real world. These days, there are still the proverbial - and literal - ideas sketched on napkins, but technology is making it so that even the non-designers can express ideas in effective mockups and prototypes. While the exper…
 
Adam Bader is the Senior Product Manager for Discovery+. Learn more about Adam’s take on setting up early feedback loops of validation, Quibi, the future of streaming, and why he’s thinking about space travel, on this episode of This Is Product Management. Want to read the terms and quotes discussed in this episode? Please visit the TIPM website, t…
 
When you think of TikTok, what comes to mind? Dancing. Lip Singing. Viral content. Ray Cao is the Managing Director and Global Head of Product Strategy and Operations at Tik Tok. He spent six and a half years helping to build Google Shopping before helping TikTok break out in Southeast Asia. With his robust background in advertising, Ray’s a perfec…
 
Throughout the life of the Enterprise Product Leadership podcast, I’ve had critical conversations on many product leadership topics such as driving a data strategy with Bill Schmarzo, how to test business ideas with David Bland, how to drive innovation with Geoffrey Moore, and much more. All of these topics are very important for product leaders bu…
 
We can all agree on one thing: 2020 shook everything up. As a result, we see people and companies making big bets across the board, both professionally and personally. Kelly Watkins bet on leaving her role as the VP of Marketing at Slack to take on the role of CEO at Abstract. In her new role, she’s taking another bet moving from design outputs to …
 
All products have a lifespan. Some products live for a year or so. Some products - especially those attached to iconic brands - can live for decades or longer! Legacy products and brands - those that have stood the test of time and carved a place for themselves in their marketplaces - often have a built-in credibility and can even have a sort of pr…
 
Ambreen Molitor is responsible for overseeing Planned Parenthood's innovation lab, which is called the Digital Products CoLab. Learn more about how Ambreen’s bot achieved an 80% accuracy rate, and hear her thoughts on developing user insights and metrics, as well as the future of healthcare education, on this episode of This Is Product Management. …
 
You can grow a profitable company while prioritizing people. Sometimes that means killing off a product. At least that’s what Natalie Nagele, Co-founder and CEO of Wildbit, believes. And for the past 20 years of building products, this bet made early on remains true. Wildbit is behind popular products, like Beanstalk and Postmark. In this conversat…
 
We all know the adage, “go big or go home.” The same rings true in the product world, where it’s full of big bets. What bets were made? How were they decided? What turns some products into household names while others fail? That’s what our Big Bets in Product series will cover. You’re going to hear from product leaders from well-known brands like H…
 
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we answer the following question… Dear Strategy: “What is the single most important common element that you see in successful strategy executions?” *** We also share a very special announcement, related to this question, about the future strategy of our show! *** Visit our Blog to read the full post that goes along…
 
Launching software products to market is very hard. But adding a hardware component makes it 10 times harder. Not only do you have the typical product and market challenges of software, but you also have the complexity of building a physical product, which can take a long time; it’s capital intensive, it might require specialized equipment, and it …
 
Many experiences can help product managers hone their skills... including stand-up comedy! In this episode, Deepak Paramanand shares how learning how to find jokes that will land with his audience helped him become a better product manager.
 
Luke Thomas is the founder of Friday, a remote work orchestration platform. Learn more about Luke’s thoughts about the importance of handbooks, creativity through constraints, and what works better in person — as well as his predictions for a post-COVID workplace — on this episode of This Is Product Management. Want to read the terms and quotes dis…
 
What’s worse than ordering food for delivery and it showing up cold and soggy? For ClusterTruck it’s a problem they set out to solve as America's first vertically integrated, delivery-only kitchen. On this Better Product Launch, Brian Howenstein, VP of product at ClusterTruck, shares how they’ve revolutionized food delivery by removing the middlema…
 
What comes first the product or the audience? For Dave Gerhardt, formerly CMO of Drift, now CMO for Privy, the audience. In The Minute, Anna and Christian are joined by Mike Reynolds, CEO of Innovatemap to talk about how to build an audience before you launch a product. With his experience, Mike provides insight on how to approach building an audie…
 
Understanding user’s needs continues to be one of the top challenges for enterprise and industrial product leaders. And although the practice of user research has been around for a while, most of the information out there seems to focus on B2C products. This is why I’m very excited to be joined by Steve Portigal joining us on the show today! My gue…
 
Data is often a complicated topic wrapped around confusing jargon and direction on how to analyze it effectively. Our series on how to use data provides a narrative on the subject, highlighting organizations thinking differently from the implications AI has to why your gut has to guide more than just the vision. The wrap-up episode pulls out key ta…
 
Jobs-to-be-Done (JTBD) has become one of the most discussed frameworks among product people. Yet while it's simple in nature, JTBD is often misunderstood, making it difficult for some to begin applying it. In this episode, we'll discuss what JTBD is and how to get started.
 
Ben Wilson is the Chief Technology Officer – Energy for Google. Learn more about Ben’s take on defining the c-suite in product terms, and how to balance internal and external stakeholders. Want to read the terms and quotes discussed in this episode? Please visit the TIPM website, to download a transcription of this episode!…
 
How do you know when you have a product-market fit? Sometimes the community tells you. Sara Mauskopf, founder of Winnie, a product and community for parents. In The Minute, Anna and Christian reflect on the conversation and discuss the importance of focus to achieve product-market fit, the community’s role in Winnie’s growth, and how sometimes the …
 
Leaning into complexity when it comes to product is often the roadmap less traveled. Yet, for Kendra Clarke Senior Vice President Data Science & Product Development at sparks & honey, it's the road she’s on. From her lens, building a platform that supports complexity requires a different way of thinking for both the team behind it and the users it’…
 
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