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Product Leadership

How Top Product Managers Launch Awesome Products and Build Successful Teams

Paperback Engels 2017 9781491960608
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In today’s lightning-fast technology world, good product management is critical to maintaining a competitive advantage. Yet, managing human beings and navigating complex product roadmaps is no easy task, and it’s rare to find a product leader who can steward a digital product from concept to launch without a couple of major hiccups. Why do some product leaders succeed while others don’t?

This insightful book presents interviews with nearly 100 leading product managers from all over the world. Authors Richard Banfield, Martin Eriksson, and Nate Walkingshaw draw on decades of experience in product design and development to capture the approaches, styles, insights, and techniques of successful product managers. If you want to understand what drives good product leaders, this book is an irreplaceable resource.

In three parts, Product Leadership helps you explore:
- Themes and patterns of successful teams and their leaders, and ways to attain those characteristics
- Best approaches for guiding your product team through the startup, emerging, and enterprise stages of a company’s evolution
- Strategies and tactics for working with customers, agencies, partners, and external stakeholders

Specificaties

ISBN13:9781491960608
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:paperback
Aantal pagina's:256
Uitgever:O'Reilly
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:9-6-2017

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Over Richard Banfield

The CEO and Co-Founder of Boston-Based User Experience Agency Fresh Tilled Soil, Richard wears the strategic hat around the office. He's worked his way up the web marketing food chain, starting with online ad sales at MultiChoice, Africa’s largest TV and Internet media business. Richard was in the thick of it during the heady dot-com years, founding Acceleration, an international e-marketing business headquartered in London. He has never met a whiteboard he didn't like.

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Over Martin Eriksson

Martin Eriksson is a product management professional with 20 years experience building leading online products, from small startups to global brands, such as Monster and The Financial Times. He is the founder of ProductTank, a global meetup for product people with over 50,000 members across 100+ cities worldwide. He is also the co-founder of Mind The Product, which is both a top ten blog for product management and the world's largest product management and design conference, with annual events in San Francisco and London.

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Over Nate Walkingshaw

Nate started his first company in 2004 – a medical device start-up named Paramed, where he revolutionized medical evacuation with Paraslyde. Stryker Medical acquired Paramed in 2009 and Nate became the lead of global R&D at the Stryker emergency services division. In 2011, Nate left Stryker to build Brightface, a product development company that focused on mobile and web applications. Cycleface was one of those products and was acquired by Strava, the #1 fitness app for endurance athletes. Nate then became the Chief of Research and Innovation at Tanner Labs, a technology research and development division that Nate founded inside O.C. Tanner Recognition Company where he built their first human-centered product development team. In January 2015 Nate was named the Chief Product Officer for Pluralsight, the largest providers of online technology learning for the technology community, where he built a product team that is centered on user experience including; Product Managers, UX Designers, Analysts, and Research Operations. In February 2016 Nate’s role expanded to Chief Experience Office to also oversee Development, Content, and Product Marketing.

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Inhoudsopgave

Foreword
Introduction
Who Needs This Book and Why
All the Responsibility with None of the Authority?
What Makes Product Leadership Unique?
The Ideal Product Leadership Style for Your Product Stage
How This Book Is Organized
Leading Through Growing Pains
Learn How to Build and Train a Team
Implementing Process and Purpose-Driven Direction
Understand How to Evaluate the Success of Your Work
Acknowledgments
From Richard
From Martin
From Nate
From All of Us

I. The Product Leader
1. What Is Product Management?
The Product Management Role
How Product Management Evolved
Product Management Is Born
Product Management Comes to Technology
Product Management Goes Agile
Product Management Takes a Seat in the C-Suite
What’s Next for Product Management?

2. Why Is Product Leadership So Relevant?
The Product Leader’s Impact
The Evolving Organization
The Team
The Makers
Challenges Specific to Product Leadership: More Than Just a Seat at the Table
What Product Leadership Is Not
What Makes Product Leadership Strategic
What Keeps Product Leaders Awake at Night
Prioritizing Ideas, Features, and Projects
Collaborating Effectively and Productively
Training and Developing the Product Team
Managing Upward and Outward
Aligning and Focusing the Organization

3. Being a Great Product Leader
Setting Product Principles
Setting a Product Vision
Moving from Vision to Strategy
Moving from Strategy to Roadmap
Focusing Themes on Customer Problems
Prioritizing Goals and Strategic Activities
Managing the Unknown
Mapping Ambiguity to Time
Product Is a Team Sport
Designing a Product Team
Cross-Functionality
Developing Product Team Talent and Designing Careers
Balancing Discovery and Delivery
Pushing Pixels Versus Pushing the Envelope
Making Discovery Part of Your Process
Just Enough Process
Communication and Constraints
Clarifying the Question of Authority
Managing Politics

4. Is There a Formula for Success?
What Does Product Leadership Success Look Like?
Measuring Success
Measuring Success as a Problem-Solving Ability
Common Characteristics of Successful Product Teams
How to Identify Product Leaders

5. Hiring Product Leadership
Hiring and Onboarding Product Leader Talent
Timing for Hiring
Timing for Founder-Led Organizations
Timing for Emerging or High-Growth Company Hiring
Timing for Hiring at Enterprises
Apprentices: Creating Your Own Product Leaders
A Case for Long-Term Commitment to People and Teams
Becoming a Product Leader

II. The Right Leader for the Right Time
6. The Startup Organization
Startup Product Leaders
The Biggest Challenges
Startup Product Leadership Style
Aligning Product Vision with Strategy and Tactics
Playing the Customer to Discover Core Value
Research, Data, and Testing
Product Founder Versus First Product Hire
Startup Product Teams
Wearing Lots of Hats in Small Teams
Developing Talent

7. The Emerging Organization
The Biggest Challenges for Emerging Product Leaders
Maintaining a User Focus
Checking the Ego
The Journey from Technical Master to People Leader
Connecting the Dots
Supporting Transitioning Leaders
Preventing Communication Breakdown
Practical Advice for Transitioning Leaders
Execution Informs Vision
Building Teams
Getting the Right People on the Team

8. The Enterprise Organization
The Biggest Challenges for Enterprise Product Leaders
Avoiding Complacency After Success
Staying Disciplined After Success
Maintaining Focus as You Scale
Delivering a Customer-Centered Go-to-Market Strategy
Communicating and Collaborating Effectively
Avoiding Sanitized Data
Measuring the Right Thing
Working Within the Company Culture
Enterprise Leadership
Communicating with Internal and External Customers
Promoting Collaboration
Changing the Corporate Culture
Showing, Not Telling
Maintaining Vision Clarity
Taking a Product Portfolio Approach
Thinking Small to Think Big
Making It Before You Make It

III. Working with Customers, Agencies, Partners, and External Stakeholders
9. Mapping the Partner Ecology
Making It Work
Finding Common Value
Trust Is the Glue
The Value of Customer Input
When and Why to Use Consultants
Filling Experience and Tactical Gaps
Managing Change
Embedding Outside Help in Your Team
Managing Pitfalls
Agencies, Design Firms, and Development Shops
Example Scenarios
Freelancers or Contractors
Strategic Partners
Multidimensional People and Partner Solutions
Multiple Hiring Strategies for the Win
Final Thoughts on Partnering
Final Words
Make It Valuable, Feasible, and Usable
Maintain a Learner’s Mindset
Think Outside the Box
Embrace Change
Stay Humble

Index

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