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Making your talents stand out increases your chances of success

I’ve written previous about being an introvert and what that entails, and one of the elements of being an introvert is that I don’t go around shouting about how great I am at what I do.

I’m more likely to be going about my business quietly, just getting things done…


How keeping people in the loop lets you get the job done

It seems counterintuitive when you say it, but if you introduce more communicating into your day, then you’ll actually get more done.

Madness.

How can doing more chatting allow you to really get more work done?

The answer is all about control.

If you’re the one who is instigating the…


Optimizing your LinkedIn profile so it can work more effectively for you

In the past I’ve written about how to optimize your LinkedIn profile (and in fact you can even find a little YouTube video on the subject here), and one area that I look at is the power of the LinkedIn recommendation.

When recruiting for roles I like to be as…


Learning lessons from one of the best team coaches in the business

On of the book’s I read during Covid lockdown was Trillion Dollar Coach, written by some of the founding team at Google, and focusing on the lessons they’d learned from from of the world’s most famous and successful business coaches: Bill Campbell.

Campbell played an instrumental role in the growth…


Part of a series on important relationships in product management

This post is one in a series about the different relationships that a product manager has within their organization, whether it be working alongside the product designer or engineer, or liaising with customer success and feeding information to the marketing team.

This post looks at the relationship between a product…


Part of a series on important relationships in product management

This post is one in a series about the different relationships that a product manager has within their organization, whether it be working alongside the product designer or engineer, or liaising with customer success and feeding information to the marketing team. …


Part of a series on important relationships in product management

This post is one in a series about the different relationships that a product manager has within their organization. Whether it be working alongside the product designer or engineer, or liaising with customer success and feeding information to the marketing team.

This post looks at the relationship between a product…


Part of a series on important relationships in product management

This post is one in a series about the different relationships that a product manager has within their organization. Whether it be working alongside the product designer or engineer, or liaising with customer success and feeding information to the marketing team.

This post looks at the relationship between a product…


And why ignoring the inevitable will kill you dead

In 2018 Deloitte published a document entitled “The Adaptable Organization Harnessing a networked enterprise of human resilience”, in which they looked at how successful organizations of the future will operate with a philosophy of change, empowering global corporations to behave in the manner of a start-up and become more agile.


What value will you receive from this course?

I could make this post really short and just say yes, you should take this certification, but where’s the fun in that.

What you want to know is what is this course all about and is it really worth a few hours of your valuable time.

So here goes …

Product Analytics Certification video content

What is Product Analytics Certification?

Robert Drury

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