January 1

Tough Questions for your Team and Entrepreneurial Product managers

104 questions for product development teams. As we enter into the new year, it certainly helps to be honest with yourself and ask yourself tough questions about whether you’re doing all you can as a Product Manager. Well, here are 104 of them. It’s a longer read, but well worth it if you’re willing to challenge yourself heading into the New Year.

Top 40 product influencers of 2015. We all have our favorite product management movers and shakers. But if you had to pick ​*40*​ of them, who would it be? The team at Alpha UX did the legwork for us and created this comprehensive list of today’s leading product experts. It’s fun to note that several of them are speakers at Industry 2015 andour 2016 event this Fall!

Free mini product coaching session. Are you stuck on a product challenge? You couldtake advantage of this offer of a free mini-coaching session with product leader, Teresa Torres.  Get your studio voice ready, too — because you could end up on her podcast (if you’re up for it).

The case for the entrepreneurial product manager. The role of product manager is often sold as being the CEO of a product line. But beyond this superficial perspective, is it actually true that entrepreneurs can be happy as product managers?

Paul McAvinchey

About the author

For over 15 years, Paul has been building and collaborating on digital products with fast-growing startups and global brands, including AOL and WMS Gaming. Currently, he's a co-founder of Product Collective, a worldwide community of product people. Members collaborate on Slack, meet at INDUSTRY: The Product Conference, listen to Rocketship.fm, learn at Product Interviews and get a weekly brief that includes best practices in product management. In recent years he led business development at DXY, a leading product design firm in the Midwest, and product innovation at MedCity Media, a publishing startup acquired by Breaking Media in 2015.


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