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Product to Product: A Product Management Podcast for / by Product People

Roadmunk

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At Roadmunk, we build a product management platform for product people (beautiful + collaborative roadmapping software); and as part of the product management community, we’ve seen how open product people are to helping their peers. They share their ...Show More
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36:20 | May 7th

This episode, we're joined by Emily Lonetto, who works in growth at Clio and calls herself "strangely obsessed" with onboarding. She's built several onboarding flows in her career and gives us the low-down of how to hook your users, right off the ...Show More

29:38 | Dec 7th, 2017

Ellen Chisa recently made the transition from VP of Product at Lola to startup co-founder. We find out how Ellen’s career in product management is helping her tackle the challenges of an early-stage startup head on.
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33:03 | Jun 3rd

Your most loyal users will help you find your next most loyal user—through referrals. Airbnb's Pratik Shah says they’ll also stick around longer.

38:22 | May 21st

The average SaaS company spends 8 hours on pricing—don’t do this. Asana's Katie Guzman walks us through how a $$ strategy can evolve with your product.

31:30 | Apr 23rd

Welcome back to another episode of Product to Product, the podcast for / by product people hosted by Roadmunk. This season, we’re taking a deep dive into growth and giving PMs practical, sustainable, non-hacky ways to grow your product. Brian B...Show More

30:32 | Apr 9th

Willie’s worked on teams that were scaling at places like Dropbox and Mailchimp—so he shares his many opinions on how to build growth teams.

32:21 | Mar 26th

Adapt or get left behind—that’s what the CPO at Metromile (previously Atlassian), thinks about PMs and the growth mindset / toolkit.

01:03 | Mar 5th

Back on air March 26, season 4 tackles a brand new theme—growth. We’re giving you tactical, sustainable, non-hacky ways to grow your product. Each episode a member of our team will discuss one growth topic with a product person from a really cool c...Show More

27:28 | Nov 13th, 2018

It's our season 3 finale of Product to Product, a podcast for / by product people! We're breaking down, dissecting and debunking the product buzzwords you love to hate, and hate to love. In our last episode, we’re joined by ChartMogul’s Founder...Show More

35:36 | Oct 30th, 2018

Let’s face it, MVPs are confusing. Anaid Chacon explores just how viable the term (short for Minimum Viable Product) is.

36:29 | Oct 16th, 2018

To estimate, or not to estimate, that is the question. John Cutler cuts through the noise and introduces a much better question to ask.

33:19 | Oct 2nd, 2018

Kristen Huntley knows that part of being a PM is shielding a team from external “shit.” But she takes issue with her “shit umbrella” duties.

35:02 | Sep 18th, 2018

Some PMs take “CEO of the product” to heart; others call BS. But Anup Dhalwani’s on the fence. He thinks the term works—with conditions.

36:12 | Sep 4th, 2018

Establishing “the why” is essential to being a good PM. But not all PMs context-set often (or well) enough. So, Leora Katz has some tips.

02:16 | Aug 27th, 2018

It’s season 3, product people, and we’re talking product buzzwords. Each episode, join us and a product person from a really cool company as we break down, dissect and debunk the product terms you love to hate and hate to love.

29:32 | May 28th, 2018

When Gustavo Melo joined Amazon’s wedding registry product team, he noticed that the technical side wanted to develop cool features and the non-tech side wanted to deliver business value. Seeing a major gap, Gustavo set on a mission to reverse this.....Show More

33:06 | May 14th, 2018

As a product team lead, you’re not managing the product per se. You’re managing other product managers with their own opinions on how the product should work—which means things can get messy. As Venmo’s head of product, Ben Mills has picked up...

35:11 | Apr 30th, 2018

The data says one thing, but your gut says otherwise. What’s a PM to do? Can you trust your intuition to make the right decision for your users? Luckily, Brian Donohue and Michelle Fitzpatrick have first-hand experience with building “product...

34:42 | Apr 17th, 2018

When Sanette Tanaka Sloan joined Vox Media’s first-ever R&D team, she was tasked with designing an AI bot for the Amazon Echo. The goal? Change the way audiences were finding and consuming their news. Little did she know, this project would...

34:07 | Apr 11th, 2018

User personas and jobs to be done have long been go-to frameworks for product people wanting to click with their users. Mike Belsito and Michael Sacca recently did a deep-dive into these two concepts on Rocketship.FM. So on this bonus episode, they.....Show More

30:06 | Apr 3rd, 2018

As a product management consultant and founder of a product school, Melissa Perri’s mission is clear-cut: teach people how to effectively think like a product manager. So we investigate what fuels product thinking, and how aspiring / existing PMs...

31:19 | Mar 19th, 2018

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...

28:42 | Dec 21st, 2017

An integral part of Hotjar's success (fully bootstrapped to $10 million ARR) is their freemium pricing model. Many Hotjar users will never pay the company a cent. We find out how free usage has helped Hotjar grow + how it impacts product decisions.

26:17 | Nov 23rd, 2017

Aman Manik noticed that his fellow product managers at Square had very different perspectives on what their job description should be. So, he decided to get them all together to come up with a singular definition of what it means to be part of their....Show More

28:31 | Nov 9th, 2017

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, makes the case for why writing is a critical (and not-easy) skill for PMs to develop +...

27:48 | Oct 26th, 2017

Since adopting Burndown, Drift had increased revenue by 5x. Matt Bilotti talks to us about what Burndown is, how it differs from traditional agile and scrum methodologies, and how the framework amplifies Drift's customer-first approach to products.

32:57 | Oct 11th, 2017

Inga Chen walks us through when and how to prepare for machine learning, what to do with user feedback during the development process, and the probability of a model failing (hint: a machine learning model will always fail).