All The Responsibility Podcast
This episode addresses a fundamental concern for everyone - how to be better. How to achieve more. How to be more effective. my guidance is to focus on playing to your strengths, unleashing your aptitudes, and mitigating - not improving - your weaknesses.
As product managers, we intuitively understand Deming's 95/5 rule on behalf of our users. But we seldom turn the lens back on ourselves.
How to have more confidence when presenting This episode arose out of a conversation I had a while back with a young product manager. She was struggling with preparing a presentation, and not just with the content,
The secret techniques to deliver value fast What should you do when you first get started on a new product management job, or with a new product that you don’t know that much about? how can you start delivering value right away?
Authentic and brilliant storytelling - about of your product, your customers, and yourself - can be one of the most important tool in your toolbox for success. In this episode we delve into more of the stories you need to be able to tell,
Do you have a product that some customers love, but you haven't achieved a repeatable sales model? Then chances are you need to fix your go-to-market strategy - how you market and sell you product.
n this episode, a few of the uncomfortable - and often unmentioned - truths about product roadmaps. Predicting the future; different stakeholders have different needs; and what is the purpose of the roadmap anyway?
In this episode I share my approach to coming up with great questions to ask as the interviewee in a job interview. They'll help you find out things you want to know, and they'll help position you as a serious, smart, prepared product person.
This episode is a follow-on of sorts to episode 302, “Not Technical? No Problem.” This question of “I’m not a programmer – can I be a product manager?” is surprisingly common. Most experienced product managers would say “yes” – you do not have to have ...
In this episode, an exceptional high school jazz band and its leader give us some valuable lessons on how to build a high-performing product team.