Welcome to 100 PM – the show where we interview one hundred active product managers – from startups to enterprise and everything in between all from one great city every season. If you’re joining us for the first time be sure to visit our website – 100productmanagers.com – the web’s largest single free resource for product management topics. We’ve got tons of great articles about business, technology and design, fabulous contributors and recommended reads courtesy of our incredible guests, week over week.
Are OKRs o-v-e-r?
In this episode:
- Where do startups go wrong with implementing OKRs
- Can OKRs really scale for enterprise?
- What are pipelines and how do they change the way we think about product roadmaps?
A Case Study: Chegg
Applying the product strategy tools and frameworks to a textbook rental and education startup.
The Quarterly Product Strategy Meeting
How to keep strategy “front and center” and accelerate both results & learning.
The GEM Model
Prioritizing growth, engagement, and monetization to keep organizations aligned.
The GLEe Model
A long-term phased approach to crafting a product vision.
The Product Roadmap
A roadmap is an expression of your strategy. It shows how projects fit together, along with a rough time estimate.
Keep it Coming!
Honestly one of the best product-oriented podcasts out there.
Suzanne is such a gifted thinker and communicator. I hear other podcasts interviewing “higher profile” guests, but the hosts never manage to get anything valuable. Suzanne cuts to the chase and asks insightful questions that unearth really valuable insight with her guests.
My only wish is that these could be more frequent. That said, thank you Suzanne! If you’re in product, you need to be listening to this podcast.
Quality podcast, great learning. Thanks for this.
Awesome show, highly recommend!
Suzanne and her guests provide some incredibly compelling and actionable content for anyone involved in creating, designing, selling and managing products or services.
Highly recommend listening and subscribing to 100 PM if you want the knowledge AND mindset to navigate the many complexities of product management (and reach your overall business goals as a result)!