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“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
 
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Cyrus Yari and Iman Olya

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rationalvc.com - building and investing in technology companies - lindy musings or conversations with the industry's most talented operators and investors. From pre-seed to IPO and beyond. Authenticity, truth, long-termism.
 
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 Meghan 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 d ...
 
Tech for Non-Techies demystifies the fast-growing technology sector. Hear interviews with entrepreneurs, investors, Big Tech executives and product makers about how tech products and profits get made. The tech sector is full of opportunity, but if you're an outsider, it can be hard to grasp. Tech for Non-Techies changes all that. Subscribe to Tech For Non-Techies to get the skills, knowledge and confidence to find opportunities in the tech sector, whether that’s through founding a company or ...
 
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Bob Caporale | Strategy Generation Company

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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, ...
 
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.
 
UX Cake is Helping you become more effective in your UX work and career. Every episode we deliver practical advice on how to get the best outcomes for our work, our teams, our users, and our careers in UX. Our guests include well-known leaders like Don Norman and Jon Maeda, as well as many less globally-known voices with fantastic insights to share, like disability designer & activist Liz Jackson, agile coach & UX champion Shayna Atkins, and UX team experts Mary & David Sherwin. The podcast ...
 
Welcome to the Enterprise Product Leadership podcast. 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. Daniel Elizalde is the host of the Enterprise Product Leadership podcast. He is a Product Executive with over 20 years of experience, inclu ...
 
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 ...
 
The Freelance No Fear podcast provides motivational stories and practical tips on how to think and who to become in order to hit the road and sustain a fruitful freelancing journey. Unlike other podcasts in the space, the Freelance No Fear podcast focuses on how to start freelancing from being a full-time employee within the technology industry. Our mission is to impact 10,000 tech professionals across the globe to become a fully remote freelancer.
 
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.
 
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Venture capitalist Marc Andreessen famously wrote that “software is eating the world.” While digital transformation is everywhere, and even your coffee shop has an app, this doesn't mean we all need to learn STEM subjects and become coders. The vast majority of jobs remain non-technical. To succeed in today's economy, ambitious professionals need t…
 
Everything has to start somewhere. But in product and in life, the beginning tends to be awkward. We have room to grow, and glow, up. The real question isn’t about whether we’ll glow up, but when. Christian & Meghan walk us through their answers from working in UX, product marketing, and brand to help us all find the best moment to embrace the “pro…
 
In this episode, Shay Howe, senior vice president of platform strategy at ActiveCampaign shares how he gets customer and non-customer feedback. Plus find out who, he believes, should manage it in an organization. TIPM is produced by Feedback Loop, a DISQO company, the agile research platform designed for product and marketing teams. Get access at h…
 
In this episode of The 2pt5 innovator podcast my guest is Danny Black, a musician and Youtube creator in Australia. We are talking about his approach to his music and Youtube channels, about branding for creators and especially about introducing humor in everything he does to entertain his audience. -- Find additional information and a transcript a…
 
When an app has too many features and pop ups, most users get confused and frustrated. This is feature creep: when the product’s core functionality becomes hidden in too many options and things to do. Feature creep happens when a team is determined to stay productive, but loses sight of its strategy. Sometimes stopping is better for the product tha…
 
Product research is a discipline that’s transformed in recent years. The days of waterfall testing are over. Today, research is happening at every stage of a product’s life cycle, and there are more tools than ever before to help. But how do product teams stay focused on what truly matters? How do we single out real insights from an outpouring of d…
 
Would you leave a high flying career in advertising to set up an adult content site? Most people wouldn't, but Cindy Gallop is not most people. After leading one of the world's top advertising agencies, BBH in the United States. Cindy decided to try her hand at tech entrepreneurship. Her venture, Make Love Not Porn, is in the new category of "socia…
 
In this Rational Musings episode, Iman and Cyrus discuss antifragile principles of their favourite author - Mr Nassim Nicholas Taleb. The fellas dissect a Seeking Alpha article on managing an antifragile portfolio and also talk how to apply antifragile principles in daily life. Submit questions for us to cover in podcast episodes: https://www.ratio…
 
Today we’re talking about love—but not in the way you think. We’re looking at the intersection of product and a timeless human experience: falling in, and out, of love. Forget couples counseling as you know it. Ours co-founders Liz Earnshaw, Jessica Holton, and Adam Putterman are using their relationship wellness platform to reduce stigma and build…
 
This week's episode was a live recording at the ConveyUX conference in early March with a panel of UX pros talking about Influencing without authority, which is such an important topic and clearly very relevant based on the turn-out - it was standing room only. This episode is almost twice as long as our normal episodes — but you won’t want to miss…
 
Our latest guest, Satnam Singh is the Chief Product Officer of tax and trade at Thomson Reuters. He is a strong believer in “data-driven strategy” for building products, and keeping the end in mind is a thread that runs through most of his success. Get some advice from him, including the actual processes he uses to ensure successful products and ha…
 
Every company wants to be innovative, but how do you balance the risk of innovation with the need to keep the lights on? Listen to this interview with Kapil Kane, Head of Innovation at Intel China, to find out. Learning notes from this episode: Most tech innovations die because they do not have a solid business case. As much as non-techies need to …
 
Messaging is the story we tell about our product. But how do we know if we’re telling the right story? To talk about your product, you need to learn from the audience you serve, while never losing sight of the bigger picture your market provides. Christian & Meghan will share their observations on product messaging best practices and red flags to a…
 
Design is often at the core for why products go viral or flop. But, how can you tell good design from bad right at the start? How do you hire the right people and avoid costly mistakes? That’s what you’ll learn on this episode. Learning notes: User experience designers, not developers, should be your first hire in the vast majority of cases. Learni…
 
Luke Anderson, Co-founder of Cann, shares how he applied CPG lessons to develop a pretty unique cannabis product, the challenges of a heavily regulated industry, and more in our special episode. Plus, he is offering listeners 25% off a purchase of 30 or more with code TIPM25! (California residents only ordering DTC) TIPM is produced by Feedback Loo…
 
Product marketing is an evolving field with much left to define about what product marketers can actually measure and support. Peep Laja founded his company, Wynter, on the belief that product marketers do better work with swift, real-time feedback on their product messaging. In today’s conversation, he explains why taking weeks (or even months) to…
 
Trish Wethman, Chief Customer Officer for Best Egg, shares how she built a scalable customer-centric culture and get a peek into her research toolbox. TIPM is produced by Feedback Loop, the research platform designed for products and marketing teams. Get access at https://go.feedbackloop.com/start-free-now-tipm to a free trial today.…
 
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we talk about the process of customer segmentation – discussing how it is defined, what it is used for, and how you can perform segmentation for your own strategic planning process. Visit our Blog to read the full post that goes along with this episode. Subscribe to Our Mailing List to stay up to date on all the la…
 
You've probably heard about network effects, but they aren't the only thing you need. Learning effects build the ultimate moat against your competition. Learning notes from this episode: You get better at speaking a language the more you practice and correct your mistakes. It is the same with algorithms: they get better with time and training. The …
 
Opportunities in product today are seemingly endless. But if you’re new to the industry or looking to break in, it can be hard to know what skills you need to succeed. Many roles don’t have precise requirements, and product itself is continuously evolving. Today, Christian & Meghan will share their takes on the habits and mindsets that will serve p…
 
No doubt you're practicing challenging assumptions in your user-centered work already -- identifying what you think you know (or assume) about users' beliefs and actions, and finding out if those assumptions are true, or what else is true. What if you take that same approach towards the people you work with, and in your own career? The result can b…
 
How do you get to the top of a tech company as a non-technical professional? How can you drive innovation, when you’re not building the technology yourself? That’s what you’ll learn from this interview with David Wells, ex CFO of Netflix and chair of the board at Wise. Learning notes from this episode: “It’s called tech, or working in tech, but the…
 
It’s the series finale of Power to the People Ops, and today, we’ve got a real treat. We’re speaking with Mel Skochdopole, co-founder of Parkday—a.k.a. “the Tinder of food.” Using the power of data, Parkday curates personalized workplace meals that are tailored to everyone’s food preferences. As a result, Parkday is saving people ops leaders valuab…
 
Randi Lee is the head of product marketing at Fundbox shares how to build a mighty product marketing team and how to pursue a product marketing career and more! TIPM is produced by Feedback Loop, the research platform designed for products and marketing teams. Get access at https://go.feedbackloop.com/start-free-now-tipm to a free trial today.…
 
Eric Jorgenson is an author and the creator of "The Almanack of Naval Ravikant" book. He is also an Angel Investor and Entrepreneur. Eric recently launched his rolling fund on AngelList. He was on the founding team of Zaarly, and has been publishing online since 2014. His blog has educated and entertained over a million readers. The guys discuss ev…
 
On Airbnb, people stay at strangers' homes. On Twitter, people get trolled. Both are global tech platforms, but why do people treat strangers well on one, and badly on the other? The answer lies in platform governance: the rules you make to encourage good interactions and punish the bad stuff. Learn how to set up platforms where people are nice to …
 
Have you found interest in User Research, but are unsure if a career change is possible? Today I'm talking to Eniola Abioye, a Sr. User Researcher at Meta, specifically about transitioning into user-focused or design research from research-related backgrounds in other disciplines. Eniola herself came from biotechnology before moving into the design…
 
Employee engagement is at the core of what keeps people motivated, productive, and happy at work. But unlocking what keeps people engaged is easier said than done. That’s why Julie Jeannotte, senior researcher at Officevibe by GSoft, is on a journey to create a product that measures and responds to engagement. Using pulse surveys and curated conver…
 
Astor Perkins AI ethics panel with Nell Watson, Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council, Vice-Chair at IEEE, and AI Faculty at Singularity University, Evanna Hu, CEO of Omelas, Nonresident Senior Fellow at Atlantic Council and Lecturer at NATO and Patricia Shaw, IEEE Standards Member, Contributor & Consultant.…
 
How do you launch a dating app, if you have no men and no women on it? Or, how do you launch a market place with niether buyers nor sellers? This is the chicken and egg problem that all platforms have to solve to succeed. In this week's episode, you'll learn 6 methods for how to launch a platform when you have no users. Some are sneaky, some are fu…
 
With an uptick in challenges like the Great Resignation and remote work, companies who are hiring today must understand people—their users—in order to thrive. Tim Pröhm, vice president at the KellyX Digital Innovation Lab, recognizes this opportunity and is using it to introduce agile product thinking and a significant digital transformation to the…
 
Jonathan Anderson, Co-founder & CEO of Candu shares how no-code is changing B2B and his take on experimentation, iteration, personalization, and more! BONUS! Jonathan created a special offer for our listeners, get your free trial of Candu at https://www.candu.ai/tipm. TIPM is produced by Feedback Loop, the research platform designed for products an…
 
Facebook disrupted the media market forever. The Apple App Store created the app economy, valued at $6.3 trillion today. What makes platforms like these SO successful? In this episode, you will learn the core concepts behind platform businesses, so you can identify platforms in the making or build them yourself. This is the beginning of a mini-seri…
 
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we talk about the concept of “strategic arrogance” – describing what it is, why it can be so dangerous, and how you can keep it out of your own strategic process. Visit our Blog to read the full post that goes along with this episode. Subscribe to Our Mailing List to stay up to date on all the latest episodes. If y…
 
Imagine a world where every person in a company is understood. They have engaging 1:1s with managers where their voices are heard, and consistent opportunities to connect with their peers—whether they work together or not. This is the future people ops products are building; and, it’s the same future John Wetzel is defining as CEO & co-founder of G…
 
This week we're talking about UX Strategy, and UX Strategy Sprints. The term UX Strategy gets defined in different ways by experts across our discipline. I like to define UX Strategy at it’s simplest, highest level as identifying business objectives and user needs to create a vision that aligns those two things. And while that might sound simple, g…
 
Astor Perkins longevity panel with Dr. Joao Pedro De Magalhães, Professor at University of Liverpool and Chief Scientific Officer at Centaura, Professor Nir Barzilai of Medicine and Genetics at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Director of the Einstein-Institute for Aging Research and Dr. Eric Verdin, President and CEO of the Buck Institute f…
 
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