Neal Lathia recently ran a session at Skyscanner that aimed to cover machine learning from a non-technical, product-centric perspective. Here's what he taught his company.
When I saw that Heather Savatta downloaded our How technical should product managers be? report, I reached out to to see if she’d be interested in being feature story on The Signal. As the lead product manager for advertising products . . .
This is an excerpt from Sean Ellis and Morgan Brown’s latest book Hacking Growth, the definitive playbook on building and growing businesses from two Silicon Valley pioneers. To read the entire book, buy it here. Legendary business expert Peter Drucker . . .
The aha moment is a mythic point in a product’s life when users stop being wary and start becoming addicted. In Facebook’s salad days, the company “figured out” that if they could compel users to make seven friends in 10 . . .
Because of his ability to coordinate people and drive them toward a cause, Matt ascended the product ranks at Microsoft and Lumosity, where he became VP of Product. Now he’s co-founded Savvy, but even as his responsibilities multiply, his heart remains in product. He believes great PMs do 3 important things—so ask yourself:
This week I was across the pond at Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress, but it just so happened that one of the keynotes really hit home. During the Conversational Commerce keynote address, Jeff Lawson, founder and CEO of Twilio, spoke before a crowd of . . .
In this week’s Mixtape, we look at what it takes to democratize data, prototype products effectively, and track user data in an open source community. Read about someone doing something cool with products recently? We can spread the word to . . .
“Raise your hand if you use Docker,” asked Marshall Reaves Louis, Mixpanel Machine Learning Engineer and notable host of Mixpanel Office Hours. A room full of developers raised their hands. For those who don’t know (or don’t code), Docker is . . .