American Express VP of Product Development Penelope Madry shares how to lead through change and align successful product teams.
VP Abhinav Gupta shares how to take the economic value of a product feature and quantify the cost of delay.
PayPal Senior Product Leader Ronke Majekodunmi shares insights about diversity within roles and customer relationships for successful PMs.
Mastercard VP of Product Management Dana Rosenberg shares how to be customer-first and drive tangible, metric-based product outcomes.
How does a CPO facilitate the right culture to keep up the innovative pace? Nubank CPO Jag Duggal shares insights into creating rhythm, hiring a great team, and maintaining innovation.
Get to know Products That Count Editorial team member, Vimeo Product Lead, Emma Cai, and learn about what makes a great product manager.
Katherine Kornas, Betterment Product VP, explains how to build a discovery foundation of hypotheses to power a more efficient product discovery process.
ErisX COO, Matt Trudeau, shares why a marketplace can be an amazing product as long as you have a strategy to build one successfully.
Betterment VP of Product Katherine Kornas offers a more consumer-centric approach to product competitive analysis.
ErisX COO Matthew Trudeau continues his Power of Markets series by breaking down the recent US equities markets turmoil involving GameStop.
Ellevest CPO Alexandria Stried shares insights on opportunity assessment and how to build products for long-term partnerships.
LendingTree CPO Sushil Sharma discusses user engagement, user insights, and the challenges to building a financial services marketplace.
Accern CEO & Co-Founder Kumesh Aroomoogan talks no-code AI platforms and the use of simplicity in transforming data science.
Royal Bank of Canada Sr. Product Director Arun Milton speaks on how product leaders can drive product innovation within large organizations.
VP of Growth Katherine Kornas draws parallels between the business values of millenium-old businesses in Japan and modern product management
Katherine Kornas, Betterment VP of Growth, shares how product managers can drive product innovation by incorporating experience management best practices.
ErisX COO Matt Trudeau lays out how product managers can harness the power of markets for a sustainable future.
H&R Block Product VP Vanessa Jupe explores how data, research, and ingenuity can help build creative, customer-focused teams.
Case studies are a common component of a product manager interview. Betterment VP of Growth shares three tips to ensure yours will stand out.
Betterment VP of Growth Katherine Kornas explains how tapping into user ego can provide insight needed to build more fulfilling products.
The most powerful means for products and businesses to establish trust and resist the temptation of negative incentives is transparency.
Betterment VP of Growth, Katherine Kornas, explores the concept of Growth product and discusses the product of the Growth product team.
AIKON Bitcoin Founder & CEO Marc Blinder joins Product Talk to speak on the importance of empathy in product.
Orchard Head of Consumer Product, Rahil Esmail, joins the Product Talk podcast to discuss building real estate products.
Railz.ai Vice President of Products Sam Kawtharani joins Products That Count to speak on the problems with featureless product roadmaps.
ErisX Chief Product Officer and Chief Strategy Officer, Matt Trudeau, disusses product managing incentives in complex systems.
Product roadmap = built around questions steers products through uncertainty and gives product managers an advantage: adaptability.
Insights on user emotion from product management experience, and a step you can take to understand your product’s unique emotional value proposition.
Looking to use all the great product management skills at a startup? Here’s what no one tells you about transitioning to a startup.
Credit Karma Product Director, Christina Lucey, is the Product Awards Advisory Board member at the helm of the Build stage and its nominees.
For product managers, the concept of “customer” as a single entity has become an outmoded, and restrictive, way of thinking.
Vice President, Product at Zillow, having been with the company for over 13 years, shares tips on product growth in our latest blog.
According to Christina Lucey of Credit Karma, there are four stages of building a product. Learn more in our latest blog.
How can product managers get better at understanding users as humans, to find moments in their lives where products naturally fit?
Betterment VP of Product shares tips on building a customer journey map that can be a useful tool to encourage customer-centric thinking.
Roman Geyzer, LearnVest Director of Product, talks about his career path and how a company can evolve, yet stay true to its legacy.
Betterment Product Lead breaks down why data should be used as a checks-and-balances system for strong conviction statements.
Review best practices for product launches with Betterment Product Lead, from defining your product purpose to managing dependencies.
Betterment Product Lead Katherine Kornas shares best practices for successful product launches, beginning with understanding your customer's needs.
Part of building a great product career is identifying new challenges to take on to enhance your skills and expand your ability to create new products.
During your product career, joining startups enable product managers to apply skills learned at large companies to create a new product culture.
Every product career begins with finding the role from different channels, from working in a connected department or learning it as an outside observer.
To achieve long-term success, growth products are incubated with ample time spent on defining their value proposition before moving into growth-mode.
Every great product manager crafts their own product vision, identifying a clear customer need and infusing their brand's unique traits into the experience.
Value creation for growth products occurs over time through a variety of product phases, each of which must be reviewed in order to build long-term success.
Committing to diversity and inclusion in the workplace brings a broader perspective to product teams, while making a positive impact on product culture.
Growth products do not happen by accident - they are guided by driven teams that are intentionally driven by success and do not accept failure as an option.
Becoming a product leader starts with being your own advocate by creating a personal story that builds your brand while being able to actively listen.
To develop into leaders, product managers benefit from great managers who are respected within the organization and exercise personal empathy.
Product managers must set their priorities correctly in order to lead product teams, from selecting high-impact projects to seeking constant mentorship.
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