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Roadmunk

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Product to Product

Product to Product

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 own experiences of working in product, both the good and the bad, in very honest ways. We decided to take the candid conversations that are happening in product communities on Reddit and Slack and Medium – and turn them into an interview podcast. We have really cool interviews coming up with product managers, designers, marketers and the odd engineer, too.

Latest Episodes

Customer driven roadmapping - Latif Nanji @ Roadmunk

Season six of Roadmunk’s Product to Product podcast is back and we’ve given it a refresh! A new format, host and style. Thank you so much for following along and listening to our previous episodes. We really appreciate it. This season, we’re talking about feedback and idea management. How does your team go from feedback to feature? And that isn’t the only new thing at Roadmunk. We’re also super excited to share the feedback and idea management suite we just shipped. Now with Roadmunk, you can: Capture, manage and analyze customer feedback in one organized place Create a backlog of customer-validated product ideas Systematically surface high-impact ideas using built-in prioritization templates Commit to ideas by promoting them to your roadmaps In this season’s kick off episode, Roadmunk’s own co-founder and CEO Latif Nanji chats about how our new feedback and idea management suite will help product teams.

26 MIN1 w ago
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Customer driven roadmapping - Latif Nanji @ Roadmunk

A tool kit for hyperscale - Nick Caldwell @ Looker

During rapid growth, a company runs the risk of creating silos and diminishing overall productivity. There needs to be a balance between being independent, yet engaged with company’s business goals, which sometimes means a complete reorganization of the company’s org structure. In this episode, Nick Caldwell, Chief Product Officer at Looker, shares three items in his tool kit for hyperscaling. He says although the tool kit isn’t prescriptive, you can pick and choose what fits best for your company. If you liked what you heard, please rate, review and subscribe! Find us oniTunes,Google Play orSpotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Or get the latest episodes delivered right to your inbox by subscribinghere.

54 MIN2019 DIC. 3
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A tool kit for hyperscale - Nick Caldwell @ Looker

How to retain the all-stars you've hired - David Cutler @ Spotify

After the long, stressful and expensive process of hiring and onboarding a new employee to your team, what comes next is retaining the all-star you’ve just hired. Product companies with a low talent churn creates stronger company culture as well as loyalty. However, building a retention culture isn’t easy and it often takes up a lot of the PM’s time. In this episode, David Cutler, a Product Director at Spotify, says you need to extract the highest value from someone in your product company by figuring out how each individual thrives at work. If you liked what you heard, please rate, review and subscribe! Find us oniTunes,Google Play orSpotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Or get the latest episodes delivered right to your inbox by subscribinghere.

30 MIN2019 NOV. 19
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How to retain the all-stars you've hired - David Cutler @ Spotify

Over communicating is the key to alignment - Priya Wellington @ Medium

Getting stakeholder alignment is an idea in the product world that seems like an obvious objective, but it’s often one of the toughest parts of a PM’s job. It’s worth investing the time to make sure everyone’s on board with your business objectives even if it feels redundant. In this episode, Priya Wellington, the Group PM at Medium, says over communicating is key to aligning stakeholders, especially at media companies where the editorial department is a major stakeholder. She adds that frequent communication, in-person or online, allows people to know they're being heard, even if the ideas aren't acted on right away. If you liked what you heard, please rate, review and subscribe! Find us oniTunes,Google Play orSpotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Or get the latest episodes delivered right to your inbox by subscribinghere.

27 MIN2019 NOV. 5
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Over communicating is the key to alignment - Priya Wellington @ Medium

Tech debt: a love/hate relationship - John Hung @ Asana

Nobody likes to be in debt and technical debt, the deliberate shortcuts made to ship your product faster, but that end up taking more time to fix, is no different. In this episode, we talk to John Hung, a PM from Asana, about how he makes the business case to stakeholders to clean up tech debt. John adds that ignoring tech debt will only lead to “death by a thousand paper cuts” and hinder your product org’s scalability. If you liked what you heard, please rate, review and subscribe! Find us oniTunes,Google Play orSpotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Or get the latest episodes delivered right to your inbox by subscribinghere.

27 MIN2019 OCT. 22
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Tech debt: a love/hate relationship - John Hung @ Asana

You've hired your PMs, now trust them - Brandon Chu @ Shopify, Christina Perdikoulias @ DigitalEd

We recently hosted a panel discussion with two veteran PMs in Toronto as part of our Product 2 Product event series...and we recorded it! In this episode, Shopify’s VP Product & GM of Platform, Brandon Chu, and Christina Perdikoulias, DigitalEd’s President and CEO, talk about how to set the strategy and culture in the early stages of a product team. Brandon says that you need to trust the PMs you’ve hired, otherwise, why hire them at all? (Sometimes, you need to learn to let go!) Christina thinks product management is born out of chaos and that adaptability as well as resiliency is paramount to product companies scaling successfully. If you liked what you heard, please rate, review and subscribe! Find us oniTunes,Google Play orSpotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Or get the latest episodes delivered right to your inbox by subscribinghere.

44 MIN2019 OCT. 8
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You've hired your PMs, now trust them - Brandon Chu @ Shopify, Christina Perdikoulias @ DigitalEd

How structure eases growing pains for product teams – Jeff Lash @ Forrester

As a product company scales, the complexity of the business also increases. The more employees there are building your product, the more coordination happens between several teams. One of the challenges of a growing product organisation is the need for consistency and order. For a scaling product company that has cross functional teams, a lack of structure can frustrate people and bottleneck other goals that are being prioritised. In this episode, Forrester’s VP and Group Director of Product Management Research and Advisory, Jeff Lash, will talk about how processes can help a company grow at scale. If you liked what you heard, please rate, review and subscribe! Find us oniTunes,Google Play orSpotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Or get the latest episodes delivered right to your inbox by subscribinghere.

42 MIN2019 SEP. 24
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How structure eases growing pains for product teams – Jeff Lash @ Forrester

How to successfully onboard new PMs – Cem Kansu @ Duolingo

Product to Product, a podcast for / by product people, is back for season 5! This season, we’re diving into the growing pains of a scaling product company. We’ll be giving PMs tactical advice on how to overcome common roadblocks when their teams are going through crazy growth.To kick off this season, we have Cem Kansu talking to us about programs and techniques he uses to make sure new hires are set up for success right from the start. The onboarding process is more than just having a laptop set up for your new employee on their first day. Product companies need to recognize that onboarding is equally as important as hiring. It’s counterproductive to overlook the onboarding experience because it’s costly to start the process all over again––especially when a company’s goal is to scale sustainably. Cem is a Director of Product Management at Duolingo who’s been focused on onboarding new employees. If you liked what you heard, please rate, review and subscribe! Find us oniTunes,Google Play orSpotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Or get the latest episodes delivered right to your inbox by subscribinghere.

33 MIN2019 SEP. 10
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How to successfully onboard new PMs – Cem Kansu @ Duolingo

Referrals are a retention play – Pratik Shah @ Airbnb

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.

33 MIN2019 JUN. 3
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Referrals are a retention play – Pratik Shah @ Airbnb

Scaling a monetization strategy as you scale - Katie Guzman @ Asana

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.

38 MIN2019 MAY. 21
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Scaling a monetization strategy as you scale - Katie Guzman @ Asana

Latest Episodes

Customer driven roadmapping - Latif Nanji @ Roadmunk

Season six of Roadmunk’s Product to Product podcast is back and we’ve given it a refresh! A new format, host and style. Thank you so much for following along and listening to our previous episodes. We really appreciate it. This season, we’re talking about feedback and idea management. How does your team go from feedback to feature? And that isn’t the only new thing at Roadmunk. We’re also super excited to share the feedback and idea management suite we just shipped. Now with Roadmunk, you can: Capture, manage and analyze customer feedback in one organized place Create a backlog of customer-validated product ideas Systematically surface high-impact ideas using built-in prioritization templates Commit to ideas by promoting them to your roadmaps In this season’s kick off episode, Roadmunk’s own co-founder and CEO Latif Nanji chats about how our new feedback and idea management suite will help product teams.

26 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Customer driven roadmapping - Latif Nanji @ Roadmunk

A tool kit for hyperscale - Nick Caldwell @ Looker

During rapid growth, a company runs the risk of creating silos and diminishing overall productivity. There needs to be a balance between being independent, yet engaged with company’s business goals, which sometimes means a complete reorganization of the company’s org structure. In this episode, Nick Caldwell, Chief Product Officer at Looker, shares three items in his tool kit for hyperscaling. He says although the tool kit isn’t prescriptive, you can pick and choose what fits best for your company. If you liked what you heard, please rate, review and subscribe! Find us oniTunes,Google Play orSpotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Or get the latest episodes delivered right to your inbox by subscribinghere.

54 MIN2019 DIC. 3
Comments
A tool kit for hyperscale - Nick Caldwell @ Looker

How to retain the all-stars you've hired - David Cutler @ Spotify

After the long, stressful and expensive process of hiring and onboarding a new employee to your team, what comes next is retaining the all-star you’ve just hired. Product companies with a low talent churn creates stronger company culture as well as loyalty. However, building a retention culture isn’t easy and it often takes up a lot of the PM’s time. In this episode, David Cutler, a Product Director at Spotify, says you need to extract the highest value from someone in your product company by figuring out how each individual thrives at work. If you liked what you heard, please rate, review and subscribe! Find us oniTunes,Google Play orSpotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Or get the latest episodes delivered right to your inbox by subscribinghere.

30 MIN2019 NOV. 19
Comments
How to retain the all-stars you've hired - David Cutler @ Spotify

Over communicating is the key to alignment - Priya Wellington @ Medium

Getting stakeholder alignment is an idea in the product world that seems like an obvious objective, but it’s often one of the toughest parts of a PM’s job. It’s worth investing the time to make sure everyone’s on board with your business objectives even if it feels redundant. In this episode, Priya Wellington, the Group PM at Medium, says over communicating is key to aligning stakeholders, especially at media companies where the editorial department is a major stakeholder. She adds that frequent communication, in-person or online, allows people to know they're being heard, even if the ideas aren't acted on right away. If you liked what you heard, please rate, review and subscribe! Find us oniTunes,Google Play orSpotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Or get the latest episodes delivered right to your inbox by subscribinghere.

27 MIN2019 NOV. 5
Comments
Over communicating is the key to alignment - Priya Wellington @ Medium

Tech debt: a love/hate relationship - John Hung @ Asana

Nobody likes to be in debt and technical debt, the deliberate shortcuts made to ship your product faster, but that end up taking more time to fix, is no different. In this episode, we talk to John Hung, a PM from Asana, about how he makes the business case to stakeholders to clean up tech debt. John adds that ignoring tech debt will only lead to “death by a thousand paper cuts” and hinder your product org’s scalability. If you liked what you heard, please rate, review and subscribe! Find us oniTunes,Google Play orSpotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Or get the latest episodes delivered right to your inbox by subscribinghere.

27 MIN2019 OCT. 22
Comments
Tech debt: a love/hate relationship - John Hung @ Asana

You've hired your PMs, now trust them - Brandon Chu @ Shopify, Christina Perdikoulias @ DigitalEd

We recently hosted a panel discussion with two veteran PMs in Toronto as part of our Product 2 Product event series...and we recorded it! In this episode, Shopify’s VP Product & GM of Platform, Brandon Chu, and Christina Perdikoulias, DigitalEd’s President and CEO, talk about how to set the strategy and culture in the early stages of a product team. Brandon says that you need to trust the PMs you’ve hired, otherwise, why hire them at all? (Sometimes, you need to learn to let go!) Christina thinks product management is born out of chaos and that adaptability as well as resiliency is paramount to product companies scaling successfully. If you liked what you heard, please rate, review and subscribe! Find us oniTunes,Google Play orSpotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Or get the latest episodes delivered right to your inbox by subscribinghere.

44 MIN2019 OCT. 8
Comments
You've hired your PMs, now trust them - Brandon Chu @ Shopify, Christina Perdikoulias @ DigitalEd

How structure eases growing pains for product teams – Jeff Lash @ Forrester

As a product company scales, the complexity of the business also increases. The more employees there are building your product, the more coordination happens between several teams. One of the challenges of a growing product organisation is the need for consistency and order. For a scaling product company that has cross functional teams, a lack of structure can frustrate people and bottleneck other goals that are being prioritised. In this episode, Forrester’s VP and Group Director of Product Management Research and Advisory, Jeff Lash, will talk about how processes can help a company grow at scale. If you liked what you heard, please rate, review and subscribe! Find us oniTunes,Google Play orSpotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Or get the latest episodes delivered right to your inbox by subscribinghere.

42 MIN2019 SEP. 24
Comments
How structure eases growing pains for product teams – Jeff Lash @ Forrester

How to successfully onboard new PMs – Cem Kansu @ Duolingo

Product to Product, a podcast for / by product people, is back for season 5! This season, we’re diving into the growing pains of a scaling product company. We’ll be giving PMs tactical advice on how to overcome common roadblocks when their teams are going through crazy growth.To kick off this season, we have Cem Kansu talking to us about programs and techniques he uses to make sure new hires are set up for success right from the start. The onboarding process is more than just having a laptop set up for your new employee on their first day. Product companies need to recognize that onboarding is equally as important as hiring. It’s counterproductive to overlook the onboarding experience because it’s costly to start the process all over again––especially when a company’s goal is to scale sustainably. Cem is a Director of Product Management at Duolingo who’s been focused on onboarding new employees. If you liked what you heard, please rate, review and subscribe! Find us oniTunes,Google Play orSpotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Or get the latest episodes delivered right to your inbox by subscribinghere.

33 MIN2019 SEP. 10
Comments
How to successfully onboard new PMs – Cem Kansu @ Duolingo

Referrals are a retention play – Pratik Shah @ Airbnb

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.

33 MIN2019 JUN. 3
Comments
Referrals are a retention play – Pratik Shah @ Airbnb

Scaling a monetization strategy as you scale - Katie Guzman @ Asana

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.

38 MIN2019 MAY. 21
Comments
Scaling a monetization strategy as you scale - Katie Guzman @ Asana
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