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How Product Managers Learn - Readying the Next Generation

Did you know that there is a professional degree in Product Management?  In this episode of the Pragmatic Live podcast Rebecca Kalogeris chats with Greg Coticchia, head of Carnegie Mellon’s Product Management program. Greg details how the program prepares the next generation of product managers and broadens the talent pool for this essential profession.

Make sure you check out this podcast with Greg Cotichia on Carnegie Mellon’s Product Management degree, and sign up for one of our many Product Marketing courses to learn more about data science and how it can help your business. Subscribe today so you never miss out on any of our great resources.

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What's Next For Pragmatic?

Here at Pragmatic Institute, we're hard at work to bring new and exciting offerings to, well, you.
There's a larger vision in place as Pragmatic continues to evolve to better accommodate our customers, and there is one
woman who is perfect to detail these changes. Pragmatic Institute's courseware designer, Eddie Gordon is joined by our very own VP of marketing, Rebecca Kalogeris, to discuss the future of Pragmatic Institute and how we will further help our customers improve their product, their company and their careers.

 

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Keys to a Successful Sales Enablement Team

This week Rebecca Kalogeris is joined by Jen Haskell, Director of Sales Training and Enablement at Monotype to discuss Sales Enablement teams and her tips and tricks for their success. 

Why is Sales Enablement considered the key to being the ultimate psychologist? Listen in for Jen’s approach to gaining credibility, making personal connections and how to nurture each relationship with all of your sales reps. From looking at things from a psychological point of view to the difference in empathy and sympathy, this episode covers behaviors, results and what it is that really drives performance.

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Fandom and Fanocracy

What does neuroscience and selfies have in common?  They help create "fandom".

Join us for this episode of our Pragmatic Live Podcast to address just this, and what it means to build and keep fans. Our own Rebecca Kalogeris is joined by David Meerman Scott, to discuss his recent book, Fanocracy: How to turn fans into customers and customers into fans, to address more than just proximity, but how you can empower your fans to help you grow. We chat with David to understand what Fanocracy is, how it can be utilized and how we can tap into our existing fandom. 

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Knowledge Through Data

Is knowledge data, and data knowledge? David Linthicum, Chief Cloud Strategy Officer at Deloitte Consulting says yes. 

“Knowledge is the ability to look at massive amounts of information, discern patterns within information, and the ability to deduce things that are occurring within those massive amounts of information” states David in this Pragmatic Live podcast. 

Pragmatic Institute’s very own Michael Li, president of data sciences, is joined by David to discuss data and its role in enterprises. From obstacles that companies face in embracing data-driven products, to insights on how to deal with living in a flat data culture, David speaks on his experience in the industry and provides a great metaphor for the data-driven experience. Listen in for David’s advice on training, data and how to utilize failure as a means to continue to push forward.

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Planning and Prioritizing your Product Roadmap

“The roadmap really should be a conversation” - Jim Semick, founder and chief strategist of Product Plan. 

Are you curious what the best framework is to plan and prioritize a product roadmap? Are you a Product Manager that wonders how often to update this tool? Listen in as Rebecca Kalogeris is joined by Jim Semick to discuss Product Plan’s annual survey results, his tried and true method of ‘value vs effort’ and his advice on updating and maintaining roadmaps that work. 

Jim explains that updating roadmaps often keeps the product conversation open, and that for how many hours product managers spend managing the roadmap each week that it’s important to share them with their teams frequently so there’s a level of transparency and understanding when something changes. Roadmaps are embodiment of strategy, building the roadmaps are a part of how you define and share that strategy across the organization.

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