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Flashback Friday: Best Articles in Product Management This Week (Oct 10-14)

What's the best of Product Management this week?

We cherry-picked the most shared articles from around the web. If you want to stay on top of Product Management and UX trends, then you've come to the right place!

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Product Management is More Important Than Ever

By Martin Eriksson

Product Management as a role has moved on in leaps and bounds during my career. As the number of people gathered at Mind the Product London 2016 prove – it’s a skill and a job that more and more companies understand, appreciate, and seek out.

Fintech and Shotguns

By Chris Massey

In this talk from ProductTank London, Scott Eblen (previously Chief Product Officer at Nutmeg) shares some key lessons about product development in Fintech, and uses an interesting analogy to reframe the experience of product development in the Fintech world: manufacturing lead shot.

Agile vs Lean vs Design Thinking

By Jeff Gothelf

There’s an unforgettable scene in my favorite movie, Goodfellas, where Joe Pesci, Robert DeNiro and Ray Liotta pay a late night visit to Pesci’s mom. Despite their best efforts to leave quickly she invites them to eat something.

Doing Agile Wrong: Design is not Development

By Anne Gibson

I’ve tweeted a few times about a project I’m on over the past few months where I produced large volumes of wireframes and documentation. Well-meaning people are replying to my tweets to let me know that Big Up Front Design means I’m Doing Agile Wrong.

Tactics for Redesigning and Relaunching Legacy Products

By Adam Ghahramani

In this talk at ProductTank NYC I recounted five tactics I learned while helping relaunch dozens of digital products over the last decade, and then used to successfully relaunch ICv2 is a popular trade website for the comic, graphic novel, board game and toy industries.

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