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How can Product Teams start to make decisions based on evidence and
data, instead of opinions? And which tools help product teams to
understand problems worth solving, before jumping into feature ideas and
UI details? The Product Thoughts Podcast delivers bite-sized, actionable
advice for challenges like these and many more. Hosted by Tim Herbig, a
veteran Product Leader with 10+ years of experience, this podcast
provides insights product managers can start using immediately to become
the best version of themselves.

The Product Thoughts Podcast - Proven Product Management Strategies & Tactic‪s‬ Tim Herbig

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How can Product Teams start to make decisions based on evidence and
data, instead of opinions? And which tools help product teams to
understand problems worth solving, before jumping into feature ideas and
UI details? The Product Thoughts Podcast delivers bite-sized, actionable
advice for challenges like these and many more. Hosted by Tim Herbig, a
veteran Product Leader with 10+ years of experience, this podcast
provides insights product managers can start using immediately to become
the best version of themselves.

    The Problem with Build Measure Learn

    The Problem with Build Measure Learn

    In this episode, I will talk about an often overlooked aspect when trying to apply a build-measure-learn style of working.

    This is the first episode of a four-part series in which I dive into the most common problems around defining goals that actually help you to continuously measure progress. A serious issue that prevents product teams from making progress towards more self-determination, more flexibility, and, ultimately, faster learning.

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    What I‘m up to in 2021

    What I‘m up to in 2021

    In this episode, I will talk about the overarching principles and ideas that will inform my mindset, priorities, and activities in 2021.

    • 5 Min.
    My 2021 Roadmap is already stacked. How should I find the time to work on OKRs?

    My 2021 Roadmap is already stacked. How should I find the time to work on OKRs?

    In this episode, I will talk about how to balance pre-planned and stacked product roadmaps, with the idea of outcome-focused goal-setting through OKRs.

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    PM 2020 and Beyond: Part 3 The End of Good Product Manager/Bad Product Manager

    PM 2020 and Beyond: Part 3 The End of Good Product Manager/Bad Product Manager

    In this episode, I will talk about why I believe in the importance of adopting a different perspective on describing the responsibilities of a product manager and measuring the success of the role.

    This episode is the last in a three-part series in which I reflect on what I have found to be interesting through my work in 2020. I’ll use it as an opportunity to share specific patterns I have seen through my work with companies this year (beyond the remote challenges of COVID). Make sure to listen to part 1 and 2 of this series by checking out the full list of episodes in the show notes.

    • 6 Min.
    PM 2020 and Beyond Part 2: Product Strategy Skills need to be present within a Product Team

    PM 2020 and Beyond Part 2: Product Strategy Skills need to be present within a Product Team

    In this episode, I will talk about why strategic skills not just matter on a company-level but are even more important for a product team.

    This episode is the second in a three-part series in which I reflect on what I have found to be interesting through my work in 2020. I’ll use it as an opportunity to share specific patterns I have seen through my work with companies this year (beyond the remote challenges of COVID). The third, and last, part of this series will drop next week.

    • 6 Min.
    PM 2020 and Beyond Part 1: Product Discovery starts to grow up

    PM 2020 and Beyond Part 1: Product Discovery starts to grow up

    In this episode, I will talk about a recent shift I've seen in how companies across industries have changed their perspective on Product Discovery - Especially from an organizational perspective.

    This episode is the first in a three-part series in which I reflect on what I have found to be interesting through my work in 2020. I’ll use it as an opportunity to share specific patterns I have seen through my work with companies this year (beyond the remote challenges of COVID). The second and third parts of this series will drop in the next two weeks.

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Smart food for your brain 🧠

I highly enjoyed the podcast and binge-listened all episodes on one day. 😬 The content is interesting and the episodes are well sliced. 💯

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