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Just Product Talks
Each month, Just Product hosts a livestream and invites a member of the Just Product community to give a ~20-minute talk on the Product topic of their choice, followed by Q&A. Just Product Talks are open to everyone and are a fantastic way to learn from fellow Product practitioners.
Upcoming Just Product Talks
#5: Using data to understand users & build products
This talk will cover different ways that data can be used to build great products, based on extensive experience in product development in Facebook and Github. With Facebook’s mature data infrastructure, data-based insights served as inspiration and as starting points for product thinking. We investigated unexpected data trends and combined this with user research to reach inventive and effective product solutions. We’ll show how building machine learning into a user facing product for the first time was a unique product challenge.
Past Just Product Talks
#4: Building the Right Business Model for Product Success
Savvithri is passionate about strategizing the right products to build so that enterprises can provide a fantastic user experience. She will talk about her experience in building business models and how you can build successful products with the right model and structure in place!
#3: Product Analytics: Understanding What Customers Want Without Asking Them
Focusing on the "learn" aspect of the build-measure-learn development cycle, Kristen talks about how Product Managers and teams can use system logs and other data to inform their roadmap.
#2: Building the Best Possible Roadmap For Your Team
How do you balance between Marketing, Executives, Engineering, Sales, Operations, Finance, customer feedback and your own ideas for the product? Tim shares insights and a framework for how he has been able to accomplish this effectively across several different types of companies.
#1: The Secret Product Manager Handbook
Nils presents some new ways to think about product management (how to tell people what you do so they understand!), and talk about the project of creating a repository of all the things he wishes someone had told him when he started.