Michael O. Church is on fire this month, taking swipes at everything from open-plan offices to software's management problem. The highlight was undoubtedly this epic demolition of all things Agile. Voice of reason or embittered cynic? You decide.
Michael Bamberger from AlphaUX says Product Managers in large companies can't simply 'fail fast' in live like startups can. Instead they should focus on conducting controlled experiments if they want to get buy in from the organisation.
Dan Martell from Clarity says you must tell your Product story if you really want to grow. Never assume people will understand your Product straightaway - look what's happening to Twitter.
William Allen from Behance says you can avoid getting drenched by the data firehose if you flip the script on how you discuss your analytics.
Jason Pedwell from LiftDad cautions Product Managers against trying to compete on features. Focus instead on how you want to make your customers feel.
Ximena Vengoechea from Twitter on the secret to success as a Product Manager: the art and craft of saying 'No'.
Ronald Del Rosario says Product Managers shouldn't overlook 'evil' user stories.