How To Be A Good Product Manager

Tips on product management and product marketing for product managers. By Jeff Lash

Speaking at Pendomonium; Design Your Thinking Podcast; Reminder — Tools Survey

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Upcoming Speaking Engagements and Presentations

Here’s just a few of the places you can meet me in person in the next few months (more to come!)

Podcast Interview: Design Your Thinking

I was interviewed by Karthik Vijayakumar (@kartvee) for a recent episode of his Design Your Thinking podcast. You can download or stream the episode (~38 minutes long) where we cover everything from the importance to empathy to mistakes product managers make in understanding customers to how to develop a “product mindset.”

Reminder: Survey about use of Product Management Tools

What tools and technologies do you use for product management? How well do they work? This is a reminder that at SiriusDecisions we are conducting a survey of b-to-b product managers and what applications they do (and don’t) use. The survey takes only about 5 minutes to complete, and everyone who takes this survey on product management tools will receive a complimentary copy of the forthcoming SiriusView report on Product Planning, Prioritization and Roadmapping tools. The survey will remain open until March 8, so take the 2017 SiriusDecisions Product Management Tools Survey now!

What’s Hot on Twitter
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How To Be A Good Product Manager features tips on product management and product marketing, written by Jeff Lash (@jefflash on Twitter), Vice President and Group Director for the Product Management and Portfolio Marketing research and advisory services at SiriusDecisions.

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