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Flashback Friday: Best Articles in Product Management This Week (August 8-12)

What's the best of Product Management this week? We cherry-picked the most shared articles from around the web.

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Why Good Product Managers Practice Roadmap Strategy - Pendo Blog

By John Cutler

Pendo interviewed Jim Semick of ProductPlan about roadmaps, feature list-making, and why good strategy will save you from product management peril. Jim details his views on how to avoid some of these perils by building your strategy chops, and by using an accessible roadmap that stresses vision and adaptation rather than a prescriptive list.

How to Avoid UX Gaps In Your Product

By Jack Moffett

The first key to avoiding UX debt is to understand where it comes from, which helps you spot trouble and guard against it. Wherever you may be in the process of eliminating design debt, don’t get so caught up in your present situation that you blind yourself to new debt. It’s always out there, trying to work its way into your products.

The Day-To-Day Product Management Toolkit - MindTheProduct

By Linda L Johannessen

In this talk from ProductTank Oslo, Janna Bastow focused on practical advice: What tools should you use as a product manager, and how do you use them?

On Product Strategy 2: the Cash Nexus — ART + marketing

By Paul J

A recent survey of failed startups found that ‘business model not viable’ was the single most common reason for failure. To date, a product’s business model has been the preserve of the small group of founders and executives who own the ‘business strategy’. Monetisation isn’t something that Product Managers typically concern themselves with.

5 Qualities a GREAT Product Manager Needs to Have

By Mark Silver

A company is only as strong as the quality of its products. So is the reason why every company – especially software companies – absolutely must hire the right product managers to ensure efficient production and optimal functionality.

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