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Failure - learning or leavening?

Jeffrey Phillips

Most learning is based on trying and failing and having the willingness to try again and to learn. Without failure, the individual or the company is not trying hard enough and certainly isn't learning. It took people who were willing to try, to learn, to adapt and who weren't bound by the existing norms to make the idea work.

Learning 157
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Learning to Delegate as a First-Time Manager

Harvard Business Review

Learning how to delegate well is a skill every first-time manager needs to learn from the very start. Many people are promoted into management for doing their previous job well. But once you’re promoted into a leadership role, you must accept that you can’t do everything on your own — nor should you.

Learning 137
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Learned Helplessness in creativity

Idea to Value

It all has to do with a psychological condition known as learned helplessness. This is the condition where is someone (human or also animal) is put through a negative situation which they cannot control for so long, that they learn there is no point in fighting it anymore, even if later on they are shown a way to stop the negative effects.

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Why Unlearning Is At Least As Important As Learning

Digital Tonto

I had some experience selling national radio time in New York and thought I could teach the Poles who, after 50 years of communism, hadn’t had much opportunity to learn how a modern ad market functioned. When I thought about it though, many of the things I had learned as immutable laws were merely conventions that had built up over time.

Learning 215
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Driving Business Impact for PMs

Speaker: Jon Harmer, Product Manager for Google Cloud

Understand how your work contributes to your company's strategy and learn to apply frameworks to ensure your features solve user problems that drive business impact. You will deepen your understanding of your customers and their needs as well as identifying and de-risking the different kinds of hypotheses built into your roadmap.

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Learning How to Learn

Rmukesh Gupta

We live in a world which is constantly changing and if we really want to stay relevant, we need to find a way to learn new things (technology, process, business models, behaviours, skills, etc) all the time. So, it pays to get better at learning or get better at learning how we learn. Some of us learn better by reading.

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4 Things I’ve Learned About Ideas

Digital Tonto

The post 4 Things I’ve Learned About Ideas first appeared on Digital Tonto. Ideas must combine and recombine so that they can memetically evolve. For our ideas to succeed, we need to serve them well. As Daniel Dennett put it, ““A scholar is just a library’s way of making another library.”

Learning 205
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Navigating the Automation Landscape: Selecting Tools That Fit Your Business

Speaker: Gary Dmitriev

Join Gary Dmitriev to learn how to leverage automation effectively while ensuring sustainable growth and both customer and employee satisfaction. This session will provide your roadmap for vetting potential solutions, focusing on due diligence, vendor assessments, and aligning technology with strategic goals.

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How To Get Promoted In Product Management

Speaker: John Mansour

Join our upcoming webinar to learn about highly rewarding career paths that don't involve management responsibilities. If you're looking to advance your career in product management, there are more options than just climbing the management ladder.

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The Path to Product Excellence: Avoiding Common Pitfalls and Enhancing Communication

Speaker: David Bard, Principal at VP Product Coaching

Through compelling storytelling and actionable insights, learn to overcome challenges like misaligned objectives, communication breakdowns, and resistance to change. But fret not, this webinar is your key to effective product development! Join us for an enlightening session to empower you to lead your team to greater heights.

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Leading the Development of Profitable and Sustainable Products

Speaker: Jason Tanner

Takeaways: Learn how to increase profits, enhance customer satisfaction, and create sustainable business models by selecting effective pricing and licensing strategies. You’ll receive a template to apply for your solution and opportunity to receive the Software Profit Streams™ book.

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The High Cost of a Bad Hire

Check out this infographic to learn how much these bad hires are costing you! 74% of organizations admit to making bad hires every year.

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How to Find and Test Assumptions in Product Development

Watch this webinar with Laura Klein, product manager and author of Build Better Products, to learn how to spot the unconscious assumptions which you’re basing decisions on and guidelines for validating (or invalidating) your ideas. You'll learn: Why every product leader goes into a new project with untested, hidden assumptions.

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The Big Payoff of Application Analytics

Download this e-book to learn about the unique problems each company faced and how they achieved huge returns beyond expectation by embedding analytics into applications. That’s what drove the five companies in this e-book to change their approach to analytics.

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7 Questions Every App Team Should Ask

Discover the top seven requirements to consider when evaluating your embedded dashboards and reports.