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The 2020 Product Awards celebrated the winning products from each of the categories throughout the stages of the product lifecycle.
The 2020 Product Awards finalists for each stage of the product lifecycle: conceive, collaborate, design, build and operate.
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For a healthcare startup, quality assurance is vital for scientific products. You must set the bar high to ensure your customer remains the primary concern.
As a product manager, online learning resources provide an opportunity to up your game. Great achievement finds its roots in a deep desire to learn.
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Rent The Runway Product Lead Laura Burkhauser reviews the keys to success for A/B testing and what to avoid in generating actionable results.
An active learning mindset is critical for the success of any product manager. The inquisitive mind finds solutions and adapts to change faster.
For AI tech & product management to work well together, it’s critical that certain demands & limitations are recognized. Business value comes first.
For ecosystems that serve product users, a platform strategy provides flexibility & structure deliver workable solutions at scale.
AI tech unleashes powerful insights and action, but real data must fuel the process. Learn how AI has impacted the product lifecycle.
Product managers and leaders must guide teams though any company pivot. Practice, learn and live through change with these effective strategies.
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During any company pivot, change management skills are critical. These skills can be learned and help keep your product teams stay focused & optimistic.
Pandora Product Lead William White shares digital marketing practices for monetizing customers' attention to provide a new take on personalized content.
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Developing a stakeholder map helps product teams stay on top of expectations from key players throughout the organization and prioritize overall engagement.
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Creative brand building cultivates a vision that transcends utility. Instead, it seeks to transform & elevate culture to a new way of living & thinking.
The impact of social media requires careful study and positive interventions to prevent future development of toxic solutions via systems thinking.
Many times, one iteration opens up another source of valuable customer-centric data. Gaining audience insight requires active engagement with customers.
Some of the biggest misconceptions involving AI products are rooted in their present capabilities and what needs to be learned to enable future innovation.
In the world of brand building, "blanding" causes companies to "look alike." Creative inspiration lets you break free and thrive to be memorable.
Within systems thinking, outcomes-focused design looks at the impact on society. If they aren’t considered, toxic effects can get out of control.
Specific applications & development for machine learning in AI products are impacted by availability of previous algorithms or need to build from scratch.
The platform mindset prepares a company to observe customer action then respond quickly to leverage the results to drive customer-centric growth.
Analyzing product data not only works in understanding how your product is performing, but can also guide your team in developing your strategic focus.
To set up your product career for success, you need to find optimal roles with companies that have likeminded colleagues and opportunities to grow.
Instead of focusing on one skill, product professionals can benefit from mastering "superpowers" that increase your capacity to build meaningful solutions.
Every product career is defined by learning from great leaders and applying these skills to generate results on your team.
Design swarms deliver benefits that go beyond the speed of generating solutions, from generating unexpected discoveries to tackling complex issues.
Design swarms enable product teams to generate more impactful solutions in less time by crowd-sourcing a wide range of input from many different users.
Hear from our podcast host Don Woods - a leading PM at Envoy who shares his perspective on product management and building meaningful solutions.
Localization helps product teams focus their efforts on prioritizing key features in specific regions to effectively measure success for future scale.
Improv techniques for engaging your audience can be used by teams to manage conflicts and unexpected challenges throughout the product lifecycle.
When done correctly, your brand story builds product loyalty and drives every product success story through cross-team buy-in & insights-driven strategies.
Instead of starting out with open-ended questions, product teams can apply lessons from improv to lead with statements that can be acted upon quickly.
When fully embraced, company culture becomes a powerful factor in driving product loyalty and ensuring quality product-market fit.
Analyzing product data enables product teams to calculate the lifetime value of a customer to ensure that their overall product strategy retains more users.
User interviews are essential for product success & user feedback is best collected with a strategic approach and targeted questions to collect responses.
AI has transformed the ways in which new software products are developed and improved by enabling real-time feedback loops with customer responses.
User feedback is best used for product decision making when applied to a framework based on impacts and risks - as every choice affects big picture results.
Product teams must understand opportunities and limitations for AI solutions by evaluating how input data is organized and their target product audience.
Job story mapping is a key element in the jobs to be done theory. This simple approach lets you see the “why” determining customer satisfaction.
Product growth requires product managers to utilize leadership skills that define many of the world's most successful CEOs.
An effective disruption strategy, jobs to be done theory breaks down process to capitalize on the competition’s weakness.
Exposure to a wide variety of business functions and core teams within your company will impact your product career in diversifying your skillset.
Creating e-commerce experiences for international requires product teams to evaluate local payment platforms & a wide range consumer preferences.
For brands starting out, personalization marketing doesn’t require expensive machine learning tools. Begin with simple concepts and build from there.
Every product career can be enhanced by employing skills that you pick up from other backgrounds or jobs - including many non-technical skills.
People management is most effective with leadership teams that are built to drive results and enhance career development.
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