Season 2 The human side of product
Candid conversations between two product people about, well, product.
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As a product manager it’s easy to get so caught up in hitting KPIs that you forget to ask, “How’s my team doing?” For Lulu Cheng, her team’s “wellness” needed just as much focus as her metrics. So she prioritized her team’s well-being to ultimately improve her team’s overall performance and product strategy.Listen now
An integral part of Hotjar’s success is their freemium pricing model. Their free forever plan makes it possible for anyone to use their platform without ever paying...Listen now
Ellen recently made the transition from VP of Product at Lola to startup co-founder. We find out how Ellen’s product career is helping her tackle the challenges...Listen now
Aman noticed that his fellow PMs at Square had very different perspectives on what their job description should be. So, he decided to get them all together to come...Listen now
Successful product managers = world-class communicators. It’s why much of a PM’s time is spent writing. Evan Michner, creative writer-turned-product manager...Listen now
Ditching the traditional agile and scrum models, the product team at Drift has opted for the Burndown framework to build their products. Matt breaks down the...Listen now
At Roadmunk, we build a product for product people (a platform for creating beautiful and collaborative roadmaps). 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 – and they’re very generous with advice. The candid conversations that are taking place in product communities online make perfect material for podcasts. So we started one!
Product to Product is a product management podcast that 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.