Product to Product

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At Roadmunk, we build a product management platform for product people (beautiful + collaborative roadmapping software); and as part of the product management community, we’ve seen how open product people are to helping their peers. They share their own experiences of working in product, both the good and the bad, in very honest ways. We decided to take the candid conversations that are happening in product communities on Reddit and Slack and Medium – and turn them into an interview podcast. We have really cool interviews coming up with product managers, designers, marketers and the odd engineer, too.

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How to successfully onboard new PMs – Cem Kansu @ Duolingo
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Product to Product, a podcast for / by product people, is back for season 5! 

This season, we’re diving into the growing pains of a scaling product company. We’ll be giving PMs tactical advice on how to overcome common roadblocks when their teams are going through crazy growth. To kick off this season, we have Cem Kansu talking to us about programs and techniques he uses to make sure new hires are set up for success right from the start. 

The onboarding process is more than just having a laptop set up for your new employee on their first day. Product companies need to recognize that onboarding is equally as important as hiring. It’s counterproductive to overlook the onboarding experience because it’s costly to start the process all over again––especially when a company’s goal is to scale sustainably.

Cem is a Director of Product Management at Duolingo who’s been focused on onboarding new employees.

If you liked what you heard, please rate, review and subscribe! Find us on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Or get the latest episodes delivered right to your inbox by subscribing here.

Sep 10, 2019
Referrals are a retention play – Pratik Shah @ Airbnb
1983

Your most loyal users will help you find your next most loyal user—through referrals. Airbnb's Pratik Shah says they’ll also stick around longer.

Jun 03, 2019
Scaling a monetization strategy as you scale - Katie Guzman @ Asana
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The average SaaS company spends 8 hours on pricing—don’t do this. Asana's Katie Guzman walks us through how a $$ strategy can evolve with your product.

May 21, 2019
Unlocking user onboarding for growth - Emily Lonetto @ Clio
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This episode, we're joined by Emily Lonetto, who works in growth at Clio and calls herself "strangely obsessed" with onboarding.

She's built several onboarding flows in her career and gives us the low-down of how to hook your users, right off the bat. 🎣

May 07, 2019
North stars are leading you astray - Brian Balfour @ Reforge
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Welcome back to another episode of Product to Product, the podcast for / by product people hosted by Roadmunk.

This season, we’re taking a deep dive into growth and giving PMs practical, sustainable, non-hacky ways to grow your product.

Brian Balfour, CEO at Reforge, joins us for this episode. He calls himself anti-North star metrics because they “oversimplify” growth. Brian has helped redefine other shiny metrics to keep teams on track at companies like Hubspot.

If you liked what you heard, show us some love by rating and reviewing us (5 stars only!) Find us on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Or get the latest episodes delivered right to your inbox by subscribing here.

Apr 23, 2019
Building world-class growth teams - Willie Tran @ Mailchimp
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Welcome back to another episode of Product to Product, the podcast for / by product people hosted by Roadmunk.

This season, we’re taking a deep dive into growth and giving PMs practical, sustainable, non-hacky ways to grow your product.

Willie Tran, Growth PM at Mailchimp, joins us for this episode. He's worked on several scaling growth teams and he shares his many opinions on how to build growth teams. (He prefers the term "squads").

Plus: he's got some strong opinions about how growth teams should function within itself, and also work with the rest of the organization.

If you liked what you heard, show us some love by rating and reviewing us (5 stars only!) Find us on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Or get the latest episodes delivered right to your inbox by subscribing here.

Apr 09, 2019
All PMs should be growth PMs - Shaun Clowes @ Metromile
1941

Season 4 of Product to Product, a podcast for / by product people, is finally here!

This season, we’re taking a deep dive into growth and giving PMs practical, sustainable, non-hacky ways to grow your product.

First up—Shaun Clowes on why all PMs should be growth PMs.

Whereas core PMs own parts of the product, growth PMs own KPIs and experiments. They also tend to be way more data-driven.

This new distinction between core and growth PM implies that PMs aren’t as focused on growth as their orgs would like them to be, but our guest doesn’t think that’s helpful.

Having worked on both sides, Shaun was the head of product growth at Atlassian before joining MetroMile as their Chief Product Officer.

If you liked what you heard, show us some love by rating and reviewing us (5 stars only!) Find us on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Or get the latest episodes delivered right to your inbox by subscribing here.

Mar 26, 2019
Season 4 Teaser
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Back on air March 26, season 4 tackles a brand new theme—growth.

We’re giving you tactical, sustainable, non-hacky ways to grow your product.

Each episode a member of our team will discuss one growth topic with a product person from a really cool company.

We’ve got an awesome lineup this season, with product people who’ve worked at high growth companies like Reforge, Atlassian, Mailchimp and Asana.

You can subscribe to Product to Product on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify, or get the latest episodes delivered to your inbox by subscribing here.

Mar 05, 2019
Is there a downside to dogfooding? - Nick Franklin @ ChartMogul
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It's our season 3 finale of Product to Product, a podcast for / by product people!

We're breaking down, dissecting and debunking the product buzzwords you love to hate, and hate to love.

In our last episode, we’re joined by ChartMogul’s Founder & CEO, Nick Franklin to talk about dogfooding.

What happens when you use your own products? You can get some great insights from loving and hating the same things as your customer.

Nick weighs in on some of the cultural changes that can happen in your organization when you eat your own dog food, or even how it can skew your product decisions.

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Nov 13, 2018
Debunking the "V" in MVP - Anaid Chacon @ Dropbox
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It's our second last episode of Product to Product's third season, a podcast for / by product people!

We're breaking down, dissecting and debunking the product buzzwords you love to hate, and hate to love.

Up next–to share her views on MVP–is Anaid Chacon, Product Manager at Dropbox

The MVP has been a hotly debated topic in the last couple of years, spawning strongly worded articles with titles like, “The MVP is dead” or  “I hate MVPs. So do your customers.”

On this episode, we’re joined by Anaid to explore the MVP concept. As an engineer-turned-PM, she’s built her fair share of MVPs and has been on both sides of the development table. With Anaid, we’ll explore what the MVP really means, why this anti-MVP sentiment has evolved, and also what alternatives exist for product people to use instead of an MVP.

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Oct 30, 2018
#NoEstimates: Myth or movement? - John Cutler @ Amplitude
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We bring you episode 4 of Product to Product's third season, a podcast for / by product people!

This season we're exploring the product buzzwords you love to hate, and hate to love.

Up next to share about his views on #noestimates is John Cutler.

In recent years, many agile enthusiasts have adopted a no estimates practice (there’s even a hashtag!) The idea is that within agile sprints, estimates do not actually add value to your process or work—just extra effort. As a result, many people in the agile community are making product decisions without estimates.

As a go-to writer and thought leader in the agile space, John Cutler, has seen how this practice has become a point of contention within the agile community. Having heard from both avid supporters and critics of the practice, John wants to explore the pros and cons of the concept and how a PM and their team are ultimately impacted by it. We’ll also break down how a product team can successfully apply this practice.

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Oct 16, 2018
The “shittiness” of being a “shit umbrella” - Kristen Huntley @ NBC
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It's another episode of Product to Product, the podcast for / by product people hosted by Roadmunk.

This season we’re exploring the product buzzwords you love to hate and hate to love. Each episode, a member of our team tackles one popular product term or phrase with an awesome product person.  

This episode we have Kristen Huntley, Director of Product, Personalization at NBC. She's offering her opinion on the buzzy phrase "shit umbrella."

While it's not the "warmest" metaphor, this buzzphrase captures a big part of the PM role. But Kristen thinks the definition can vastly improve. 

Kristen and our colleague Eleni explore how this term can set up an "us vs. them" mentality for your product teams and how much "shit" a PM should deflect versus translate to their team. Also, is this term a humble-brag or just plain self-deprecating?

You can subscribe to Product to Product on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify, or get the latest episodes delivered to your inbox by subscribing here.

Oct 02, 2018
CEO of the product: An accurate title for PMs? — Anup Dhalwani @ Uber
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Welcome back to another episode of Product to Product, the podcast for / by product people hosted by Roadmunk.

It’s season three of the podcast and we’re exploring the product buzzwords you love to hate and hate to love. In each episode, a member of our team breaks down one product term or phrase with a product person from a really cool company.

Anup Dhalwani, Senior Product Manager at Uber, joins us for this episode. He’s offering his take on a highly-debated “buzzphrase” he hears around Silicon Valley: “CEO of the product.”

While some PMs embrace this term wholeheartedly (sometimes too much), others are completely opposed to it. In Anup’s case, he’s on the fence. He thinks the title can work for PMs—under a few conditions.

Anup and our CEO Latif Nanji explore how this term can work and how its definition changes company to company. Plus: they discuss how the title can be an ego-driven term that can maybe rub other team members the wrong way.

You can subscribe to Product to Product on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify, or get the latest episodes delivered to your inbox by subscribing here.

Sep 18, 2018
Explaining the why — Leora Katz, Product Manager @ Buzzfeed
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Product to Product, the podcast for / by product people hosted by Roadmunk, is officially back for season 3! 🎉

For our third season, we’re tackling product buzzwords. Each episode a member of our team tackles one product buzzword with a product person from a really cool company.

Join us this season as we break down, dissect and debunk the product terms you love to hate and hate to love.  

We’re kicking this season off with Leora Katz, Product Manager at Buzzfeed.(Buzzfeed to start the buzzword season just made sense.)

While "explain the why” might seem like an overrated phrase to some product managers, to Leora it's a product "buzzphrase" that's fundamental to good product management. Unfortunately, she doesn't believe every PM establishes "the why" often (or well) enough.

So, our colleague Eleni speaks with Leora about how PMs can set better context and ultimately get better at bringing their product team along for the product development journey.

You can subscribe to Product to Product on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify, or get the latest episodes delivered to your inbox by subscribing here.

Sep 04, 2018
Season 3 Teaser
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Premiering on September 4th, season 3 tackles a brand new theme: product buzzwords. We’re breaking down the product terms you love to hate & hate to love.

Each episode a member of our team will discuss one product buzzword with a product person from a really cool company. 

To name drop a little, we’ve got product people from BuzzfeedUberNBCDropbox and more lined up for the season.

You can subscribe to Product to Product on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify, or get the latest episodes delivered to your inbox by subscribing here.

Aug 27, 2018
From tension to trust: How a PM transformed team culture - Gustavo Melo @ Amazon
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We’ve reached our season finale of Product to Product’s second season! 🙌

In our final episode of the season, we explore the human side of product one last time. And making it even more special, it’s our first live podcast recording. We’re joined by Gustavo Melo, Senior Product Manager at Amazon. (Fun fact: Our CEO Latif Nanji and Gustavo used to work together, so it makes this convo even more exciting.)

When Gustavo (or Gus for short) joined Amazon’s wedding registry product team, he sensed some tension. The technical side of his team wanted to develop cool features, while the non-technical side wanted to deliver business value. Seeing this major gap, Gustavo took it upon himself to reverse this tense team culture around.

Latif sat down with Gustavo to understand how he managed to do a 180 with his team’s tense working relationships. Gustavo offers practical steps other product people can take when trying to bridge the gap between the technical and non-tech sides of their team.

Tune in one last time this season, as after this episode we’re taking a short break. We’ll be back before you know it with a brand new season and theme. ✌️

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May 28, 2018
What to do when managing PMs gets messy — Ben Mills @ Venmo
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It’s the second last episode of Product to Product’s second season!

As we reach our final stretch of exploring the human side of product, we’re joined by Ben Mills, Head of Product at Venmo, this episode.

Overseeing a team of 11 product managers, Ben is a step removed from managing the actual product at Venmo. Instead, he’s managing the PMs responsible for different slivers of their product. The thing is, managing other PMs can get messy since PMs will undoubtedly have their own opinions on how the product should work.

Our CEO Latif Nanji sits down with Ben to discuss how he navigates the messiness of managing all these PMs. How does he provide guidance versus micromanaging? How does he balance being process-oriented and progress-oriented? And how does a product team lead handle hard decisions? It’s a conversation that’s beneficial not only to product team leads, but also any PMs looking to understand their leads more.

You can subscribe to Product to Product on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify, or get the latest episodes delivered to your inbox by subscribing here.

May 14, 2018
What is product conviction and where does it come from? - Brian Donohue & Michelle Fitzpatrick @ Intercom
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And the podcast for / by product people is on a roll, with episode four of Product to Product‘s second season!

As we continue to explore the human side of product this season, we have not one, but two awesome product people on this episode sharing their real-world stories of navigating the human-related aspects of the product space. This episodes features two members of Intercom‘s product team: Director of Product Management, Brian Donohue, and Senior Product Manager, Michelle Fitzpatrick.

Having both joined Intercom back when it was ~30 employees, Brian and Michelle both have plenty of experience making tough, yet successful, product decisions for their users. However, they know that sometimes the data says one thing, while your gut says something else. 

So our CEO Latif Nanji interviews the two product veterans about what to do in these ambiguous situations. Can you trust your gut that much to make the right decision for your user? Brian and Michelle explain how a PM can “build their own gut“—or what they refer to as product conviction—so that they can make confident gut-based decisions in unclear scenarios.

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Apr 30, 2018
Changing human behaviours, one AI bot at a time - Sanette Tanaka Sloan @ Vox Media
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And we’re at episode three of Product to Product‘s second season, a podcast for / by product people!

As we continue to study the human side of product, this episode shares a unique spin on the real-world stories of navigating the human-related aspects of the product space. Our featured guest is Sanette Tanaka Sloan, Senior Product Designer at Vox Media. (Our first product designer on the podcast! 🙌)

In 2016, Sanette joined Vox Media as the design lead for their first ever innovation team. One of the first big projects she was tasked with was designing a voice bot for the Amazon Echo. The project’s mandate: change the way Vox Media’s audience was finding and consuming their news stories.

Stepping into this “innovator” design role, Sanette picked up a whole lot while designing an “invisible” AI interface. She experienced first-hand how thoughtful AI product design can ultimately have an impact on “human” behaviours. So, Sanette gets real with our colleague Eleni about how to use product design to ultimately influence audience actions.

You can subscribe to Product to Product on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify, or get the latest episodes delivered to your inbox by subscribing here.

Apr 17, 2018
Personas & JTBD: Getting to know your users better - Mike Belsito & Michael Sacca @ Rocketship.FM
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Surprise! It’s a bonus episode of Product to Product‘s second season, a podcast for / by product people!

As we continue to explore the human side of product this season, we’ve paired up with Mike Belsitoand Michael Sacca (same first name!), the hosts of Rocketship.FM, for this episode.

Rocketship is a podcast that dives into everything from product to growth, design to management and everything in between. This past season on Rocketship, the entire season was devoted to product and growth. And one of the topics Mike and Michael did a deep-dive into were the tools product people apply to understand their users better—specifically user personas and jobs to be done.

Since Mike and Michael did so much research on the topics, and interviewed a bunch of people using these frameworks, they shared their insights into what they learned from the episodes. Our colleague, Eleni, picked their brains on what differentiates these two frameworks, how to apply these concepts, and why jobs to be done has become the popular tool on the block.

You can subscribe to Product to Product on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify, or get the latest episodes delivered to your inbox by subscribing here.

Apr 11, 2018
To think, or not to think, like a product manager - Melissa Perri @ Product Institute & Produx Labs
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It’s episode two of Product to Product‘s second season, a podcast for / by product people!

This season we continue to explore the human side of product. Up next to share her real-world, practical stories of navigating the human-related aspects of the product space is Melissa Perri, CEO and founder of Product Institute and Produx Labs.

As a product consultant and founder of a product school, Melissa has trained over 2,000 PMs across her career. And her mission has always been clear-cut: teach people how to effectively think like a product manager.

Seeing as product thinking is a unique skill in itself, our CEO, Latif Nanji, sits down with Melissa to investigate what it means to think (and not think) like a PM, what fuels product thinking and how aspiring / existing PMs can learn this abstract skillset.

You can subscribe to Product to Product on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify, or get the latest episodes delivered to your inbox by subscribing here.

Apr 03, 2018
Taking care of your product team's well-being – Lulu Cheng @ Pinterest
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Welcome to the first episode of season two of Product to Product, a podcast for / by product people!

For our second season we’ve decided to shake things up. This season, each episode will focus on a specific theme: the human side of product.

We’ll be having candid convos with product people who will be sharing real-world, practical stories of navigating the human-related aspects of the product space. That means we’ll discuss topics like handling tricky relationships with non-technical team members, how to effectively think like a product manger, and how to disrupt human behaviour with human-centered AI design (just to name a few topics!).

For our first episode of the season we’re joined by Lulu Cheng, product manager on the Discovery team at Pinterest. When Lulu first joined Pinterest in 2015, her primary objective was to ship quickly and hit her KPIs. But as she got more comfortable in her role—and the product space—she realized she wasn’t really asking her team, “How are you doing?”

So she made it a personal priority to focus on her team’s “wellness.” Was her team motivated? How was team morale? How are they handling the stress that comes with the role? She realized healthy team members = better team performance = a better product.

So Lulu spoke to Roadmunk's Eleni Deacon about concrete and proactive steps she takes to put her team’s well-being front and centre. Plus: what does this focus on team wellness ultimately mean for her team’s overall performance and product strategy.

You can subscribe to Product to Product on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify, or get the latest episodes delivered to your inbox by subscribing here.

Mar 19, 2018
How a 'free forever' product can = rapid revenue growth – Marc von Brockdorff @ Hotjar
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The latest episode of Product to Product, a podcast for / by product people, is here. We spoke to Marc von Brockdorff, co-founder + engineering director of Hotjar.

Hotjar is on a mission to democratize user data and feedback by making their analytics platform accessible to everyone—no matter how small their website.

They’re a startup success story that you don’t hear too often. They’re based in Malta, a tiny island in the Mediterranean, and in 30 months, they bootstrapped their way to over 200,000 users and $10 million in annual revenue.

An integral part of their success is their freemium pricing model. Their free forever plan makes it possible for anyone to use Hotjar without ever paying a cent.

Roadmunk’s Eleni Deacon spoke to Marc to found out why they decided to build a free forever plan, how it impacts product decisions and how it contributed to their rapid revenue growth.

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Dec 21, 2017
How a PM career preps you to be an early-stage startup founder – Ellen Chisa @ A new startup
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This is the latest episode of Product to Product—a product management podcast for / by product people.

We’re joined by Ellen Chisa. You may know her as the VP of Product at Lola, a former product manager at Kickstarter, or as a previous PM at Microsoft. Most recently, Ellen left Lola to launch her own startup that will make it possible to build a complete scalable app in an afternoon. She’s essentially creating a brand new programming language that aims to bring the ability to write software to a billion people. While her startup is still in very early stages, Ellen is completely in founder mode.

Our CEO, Latif Nanji, has first-hand experience with the PM-to-startup founder journey. So we thought, who better to chat with Ellen about how a role in product can prepare you to be an early-stage startup founder? With an increasing number of PMs starting their own companies, the two entrepreneurial PMs discuss how you can apply your PM experience as an early-stage founder. Plus: they determine whether product is actually the right field to be in when starting your own company.

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Dec 07, 2017
What is "PM culture?" – Aman Manik @ Square
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This episode features Aman Manik, a product manager at Square. He’s been a part of Square’s product team since 2015 when Fastbite, the company he co-founded, was acquired.

As Aman was getting ramped up at Square, he noticed that the PMs he was working with all came from different backgrounds and had varying perspectives on what the role of a PM should be within an organization. So, he decided to get them all together to come up with a singular definition of what it means to be part of their product team. And they created what Aman calls a PM culture guide.

Aman spoke to Nick, our own product manager at Roadmunk, about the guide (the process of making it, how it’s used, the feedback it received, and how other teams can benefit from the same exercise.)

You can subscribe to Product to Product on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify, or get the latest episodes delivered to your inbox by subscribing here.

Nov 23, 2017
Why PMs need to be great writers – Evan Michner @ Atlassian
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Welcome to our third episode of Product to Product—a podcast for / by product people.

In this episode we have Evan Michner, Principal Product Manager at Atlassian—specifically for their chat tools, Stride and HipChat. Evan is one of those product managers who, as he describes it, stumbled into product. He went to school for creative writing and started his career in ad copywriting. After a few years of feeling meh about copywriting, he got invited to do “product-y stuff” for a new startup. Despite not fully understanding what that meant, he said, “Sure, why not?” and his career as a PM launched from there.

My colleague Eleni, who’s also a former-writer, was curious about Evan’s transition from writing flashy headlines to working in product at a massive tech company. But more specifically, how he applies his creative background and writing skills in his day-to-day at Atlassian.

With such a need for product managers to be ‘world-class communicators,’ Eleni and Evan’s chat makes the case for why writing isn’t just a nice-to-have soft skill for PMs, but a necessary tool for them. Plus: Evan’s experiences offer some concrete ways for PMs to keep scratching any creative itches they may experience.

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Nov 09, 2017
Burndown framework: An alternative to scrum – Matt Bilotti @ Drift
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Welcome to the second episode of Product to Product, a podcast for / by product people.

This episode features Matt Bilotti, product manager at Drift. Matt recently co-authored an ebook with Drift’s CEO, David Cancel, called “Burndown: A better way to build products.” The ebook explores the Burndown framework that Drift’s product team has adopted for product development.

But what is Burndown? Think of Burndown as a more iterative and flexible version of agile that’s heavily influenced by user feedback. Comprising of smaller releases and shorter sprints (i.e. micro-sprints), Burndown helps product teams make better decisions driven by user feedback because, unlike your traditional scrum and agile sprints, micro-sprints can change practically anytime based on incoming data and feedback the team receives. 

According to Drift’s ebook, not only has the company perfected Burndown, but switching over to the framework has resulted in a 5x increase in revenue. So our CEO Latif picked Matt’s brain on how the framework compares to agile, some common pain points and challenges, and how Burndown feeds into Drift’s customer-first approach to products.

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Oct 26, 2017
Making smarter decisions with machine learning – Inga Chen @ Squarespace
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Welcome to the very first episode of Product to Product, Roadmunk’s brand new podcast! 🎉

For context: As a company that builds roadmapping software for product people, we’re immersed in the product community. We’ve seen how helpful product people are when it comes to helping their peers. They’re open to sharing their own experiences of working in product (both the good and the bad) in very honest ways—and they’re very generous with advice.

The candid conversations that are happening in product communities online make for excellent podcast material. So, we decided to start one. Product to Product will feature two product people talking about one product-specific topic—like applying machine learning to the right problems and building a healthy PM culture (and what “PM culture” is). We have really cool episodes coming up with product managers, designers, marketers and engineers.

This episode features Inga Chen, a product manager at Squarespace. Inga manages the team responsible for Squarespace’s analytics platform—which their clients rely on to get data-driven insights about their websites and e-commerce stores.

Machine learning is a passion of Inga’s—and she’s specifically interested in helping other product teams build machine learning models that solve real problems for end users. Inga spoke to my colleague Eleni Deacon about how product teams can properly prepare for machine learning, gathering user feedback and what to do when a model fails.

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Oct 11, 2017
Product to Product: A sneak peek
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At Roadmunk, we build a product for product people; and as part of the product community, we’ve seen how open product people are to helping their peers. They share their own experiences of working in product, both the good and the bad, in very honest ways. We decided to take the candid conversations that are happening in product communities on Reddit and Slack and Medium – and turn them into a podcast.

Product to Product episodes will be released every other Thursday, and we have really cool interviews coming up with product managers, designers, marketers and the odd engineer, too.

You can subscribe to Product to Product on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify, or get the latest episodes delivered to your inbox by subscribing here.

Oct 05, 2017