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Managing Machine Learning Products - The Big DifferenceArticle By Christopher Kelly · February 09, 2021
If you’re a Product Manager or business leader working with machine learning (ML) for the first time, you may have searched online for guidance on how to think about and work with this capability. Most of that guidance explains the technical aspects of ML; it classifies models by type and describes the processes to create them.Topics AI Artificial Intelligence Machine Learning
How to Eat an Elephant, One Atomic Concept at a TimeArticle By kwokchain · February 05, 2021
How Figma and Canva are taking on Adobe—and winningTopics Design
How 10 Startups Actually Use Customer Feedback to Reduce ChurnArticle By Kareem Mayan · February 09, 2021
Industry leaders share how they stop their customers from leavingTopics Churn Metrics
Scaling Product Delivery: The "Dirty" Secret of High Performing Product TeamsArticle By Andy Johns, Matt Greenberg · February 03, 2021
The dirty secret of Silicon Valley is that most great product teams follow a system that resembles waterfall (gasp!) to launch new innovative features/products repeatably. The system starts with high conviction based on judgment, intuition, and instinct rather than relying on iterative customer feedback to build conviction over time.Topics Delivery Scaling Scaling Agile
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