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Product Warrior Podcast: Janna Bastow Talks the Challenges of Established Products - Mind the Product
Product Warrior Podcast: Janna Bastow Talks the Challenges of Established Products
BY DAVE MARTIN ON FEBRUARY 9, 2018
This week’s Product Warrior podcast, supported by Mind The Product, centres on the challenge of “adopting” an established product from previous product management.
ProdPad and Mind The Product co-founder Janna Bastow explains how existing products in different growth stages come with additional product challenges compared with greenfield products. Such challenges include:
Business and operational constraints
Messy backlog of features and bugs
Click here to listen to Janna on the Product Warrior podcast in iTunes, or use the player below.
Janna advises that we consider different user personas around the cohorts of new and advanced users. Consideration of these user groups is key when interpreting experimentation results, she says. Advanced users needs will evolve with the product.
Based on her experiences of working with many product managers around the world, Janna shares how changing an established product introduces a fear of upsetting the user base and of a negative impact on numbers. She warns against the following bad habits:
Stalling decision making until perfect data is found
Making decisions based on unclean data or not enough data
Shock when your data points you in the wrong decision
Janna shares her personal experiences of the difficulties in staying true to the strategic focus of the product and avoiding becoming a feature factory. She explains how to use your roadmap to stay aligned to company strategy.
Listen to the podcast to hear Janna explain the detail.
Next Thursday’s episode features a story from BrandWatch with senior product manager Mark Rogers.
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About DAVE MARTIN
Dave Martin is Chief Product Officer at Tes Global and a podcasting blogger at Product Warrior. He is passionate about lean product management, growth innovation and process improvement. His product battle scars and learnings come from working or consulting interesting folks such as PepsiCo, Google, Monster.com, Essence Digital, Skybet, Comparethemarket.com, Bauer Media, ThoughtWorks and various startups.
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Dan Harris is an anchor for ABC’s Nightline & the weekend addition of Good Morning America. If you told Dan ten years ago that he’d be writing books about meditation he’d have said you’re fucking crazy (he likes to curse). In his new book Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics he works with meditation teacher Jeff Warren to break down the common myths about the practice & how to integrate it into your life (not having enough time is usually a bad excuse). I talk with Dan about his path to becoming an anchor, the moments that pushed his career forward & how to find happiness (or at least 10% more of it). Watch this episode: mattdavella.com/043 Exclusive content: groundupshow.com Thanks for listening! If you’ve got a minute I’d really appreciate a rating on iTunes.
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Litquake’s Lit Cast - Loudon Wainwright III with Chuck Prophet: Litquake’s Lit Cast Episode 86 | Listen via Stitcher Radio On Demand
Listen to Litquake’s Lit Cast episodes free, on demand. With a career spanning more than four decades, Loudon Wainwright III has established himself as one of America’s most enduring singer-songwriters. His songs can be laugh-out-loud funny, but they also can cut to the bone. This past October, he discussed his memoir "Liner Notes: On Parents & Children, Exes & Excess, Death & Decay, & a Few of My Other Favorite Things," with musician Chuck Prophet. Plus, a few songs! Recorded live as part of the Litquake festival, at the Swedish American Hall in San Francisco. https://www.facebook.com/litquake https://twitter.com/Litquake. Listen to over 65,000+ radio shows, podcasts and live radio stations for free on your iPhone, iPad, Android and PC. Discover the best of news, entertainment, comedy, sports and talk radio on demand with Stitcher Radio.
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Episode 21 of the Modern Agile Show features an interview with John P. Cutler, expert product manager, systems thinker, prolific writer and thought leader. John recalls when he first came across Modern Agile and what inspires him about it. We discuss the question, “Is Modern Agile most applicable for individuals or teams/organizations?” We look into how John experiments and learns rapidly in order to deliver value continuously. We discuss which Modern Agile principle we’d start with and John answers the question, “What is your biggest frustration when working with a new organization?"
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