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ProductCafe Newsletter #37- Where Great Product Roadmap Ideas Come From
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Welcome to another week of the ProductCafe newsletter.
Get your hands on some fantastic updates on Product Management, Startups, UX/UI, Products, etc., freshly curated by us.
Highlight this Weekend ⚡
We just launched PM Spotlight(a webinar series where we bring top product managers from around the world to understand what product management is like in their country) On Spotify. Subscribe to our podcast, find yourself listening to a new episode every weekend.
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11th Episode of PM-Spotlight is live now!
The PM of the Week was Nabil Mohamed who is VP of Product at Instabug.
Some highlights from the webinar include:
📖 Views of getting an MBA
🎈 Views on working at a startup, in an emerging market like Egypt, versus working in a big enterprise.
Product Goodreads 📚
The Black Box of Product Management
The article shines light on Pm discipline. In a world where speed is king and the world is changing exponentially, having time to develop consensus before action is often a luxury. Teams need critical decisions made on a daily basis in order to maintain speed, and those decisions have major trade-offs and/or conflicting interests among stakeholders. Driving those decisions is no one else’s job but the product manager’s.
Where Great Product Roadmap Ideas Come From?
The best ways to inspire a new idea includes talking to customers, talking to employees who talk to customers (e.g. sales, customer support, marketing), observing your customers, through data and user research, spending quality time with previous data dives and user research, using the product yourself, thinking in a quiet place, having small discussions with teammates, etc.
Startup Story 🚀
Consumer goods software company Aforza bags $22M to open US headquarters
The London-based company’s technology is built on the Salesforce and Google Cloud platforms so that consumer goods companies can digitally transform product distribution and customer engagement to combat issues like unprofitable promotions and declining market share. The global market for consumer packaged goods apps is forecasted to reach $15 billion by 2024.
Tweet-worthy Tweets 🐦
Quote of the week ✨
Every Saturday we send you a collection of the best product management content on the internet curated by our team. We hope this week’s dose helped you get some insights into the world of product.
It’s the weekend, Mankind! Time to rescue some wine trapped in a bottle 🍷
Until next weekend,
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