Al Ming shared the New York Times's 'Product Discovery Activity Guide' recently. It proved to be a comprehensive record of every product design technique you can think of in 2015.
Adam Pisoni from Yammer says we need to go 'beyond Agile' and empower Product Teams to determine not just how to build but what to build as well.
Spencer Lanoue from User Testing on how deep understanding of the 'context of use' is key to building great mobile products.
Brian de Haaff from Aha! introduces Wayne, the world's worst Product Manager, and outlines the behaviours that define him. With thanks to FIFA's Sepp Blatter for inspiration.
Evan Michner from HipChat on why framing the problem is critical to building the right solution.
Allan Berger from Blossom relays 6 lessons he learnt from PayPal's Bill Scott on what distinguishes hi-performing Product Teams from the merely average.
Richard Banfield on why helping others build products is different from building products on your own.
Satty Bhens and Ling Lau at McKinsey say great Product Teams make shipping a constant process, not an isolated event.