The Messy Middle

The following insights were gleaned from a presentation at INDUSTRY given by: Scott Belsky of Adobe @scottbelsky Creating something from nothing is a volatile journey. The first mile births a new idea into existence, and the final mile is all about letting go. We love talking about starts...

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A Checklist for the Perfect Product Management Resume

After reviewing thousands of resumes at PMLesson, we've compiled a definitive checklist for what the best of them have in common. Run through this brief checklist to be sure you're putting your best foot forward. Overall Design Notes on the overall design of your resume. One-page. This...

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Write for Product Collective

In the past 4 years, Product Collective has grown into a thriving 15,000-strong community of product people. Members come from all over the world and many have connected online in our exclusive Slack channel and in person at INDUSTRY: The Product Conference. ProductCollective.com has also become a...

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All the Tools Product Managers Use

BY OUR FRIENDS AT PENDO How many tabs do you have open on your browser right now? If you’re a product person, chances are the answer is a lot. There’s probably a roadmap somewhere in there, your analytics dashboard, your own product, and at least a...

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Introducing Braintree Extend

SPONSORED POST More and more, world-class commerce depends on partnerships to optimize the user experience and help drive business growth. But that’s often easier said than done when it comes to payments, because while many companies want more integrated experiences with partners, they may also want...

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23 Aug Product Management Tactics — Unblocking the Unknowns

KEY TAKEAWAY They can block your progress. Once the unknowns are known, completing each task will become much easier. OUR TAKE Another innovation that comes from the Basecamp team is the way that they look at progress being made on a specific project.  Of course, Basecamp is well...

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22 Aug Product Management Tactics — Break Up the Tasks

KEY TAKEAWAY Break up work to make the tasks easier to accomplish. Singer suggests treating a high-level plan like a cut of meat. Some parts of the work are interconnected, but many operate independently. By “slicing” the bigger project into scopes, the team can prioritise the...

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