Last July Mind the Product returned to the epic Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco for yet another day of learning, sharing, and appreciation of the craft of product management. #mtpcon starts with a day of deep-dive pre-con workshops (now sold out), our exclusive Leadership Forum, topped off with fringe events across the city, and […]
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This year we’re celebrating the 8th Anniversary of ProductTank, our global series of product management meetups for product people, by product people, and what better way to do that than to host the world’s largest product management event? We’re thrilled to announce the first ever World Product Day on May 23, the 8th anniversary of […]
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Mind the Product returns to Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco on July 16-17 and promises to be one of our best product conferences yet, with a leadership forum, more workshops, more networking events around the conference, and more fun than ever before. As always the core of the conference is our line-up of amazing […]
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Eight years ago today I started the ProductTank meetup in London so it’s a great time to look back, take stock of what we’ve built, and celebrate what has become the world’s largest product management community. In the Beginning Anyone who’s done product management for a while knows that this job can be a little […]
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I’ve always argued that product management is a team sport. But as soon as you have more than one team in an organisation and you need them to interact with each other, you introduce friction. This friction between teams is why we have libraries full of project management books and methodologies, inboxes and outboxes, dependency […]
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