The Secrets of Product Management: Insights on Product Writing, Sales, and Go-to-Market Strategies
Nils Davis, the author and podcast host of "The Secret of Product Management," jumps onto Mike Smart's show GTM Disrupted to discuss the vast world of product management, product writing, sales, software tooling, and go-to-market strategies. Davis emphasizes that successful product management and go-to-market strategies requires a comprehensive grasp of the customer experience, along with the company's strategic goals. Learn from Davis and Smart as they take a deep dive into the fast paced role of sales in the go-to-market process. Davis emphasizes the importance of aligning sales and product teams around a shared vision and strategy, and of creating a culture of experimentation and continuous improvement. Overall, the interview provided valuable insights into the world of product management, marketing, and sales.
Guest: Nils Davis
* The Secrets of Product Management podcast: secretsofpm.com
* My site, The Secret Product Manager Handbook: secretpmhandbook.com
* My book: The Secret Product Manager Handbook: secretpmhandbook.com/amaz
* My LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/nilsdavis.
Host: Mike Smart | www.EgressSolutions.net
About Nils Davis:
Like you, product management expert and author Nils Davis has seen product management defined numerous ways over the years. Is it the CEO of the product? Owner of the backlog? The locus of business, user experience, and technology? Or is there a different, better way to think about product management?
Based on over more than two decades of enterprise product management, including a stint managing a product for product managers, Nils's view is radically different. The fundamental component of successful products is the problem they solve for customers. Focusing your efforts on understanding, solving, and communicating about market problems creates a powerful structure for making better decisions, becoming more persuasive, and getting superior products to market.
In his articles, his podcast The Secrets of Product Management, and his book, The Secret Product Manager Handbook, he shares new, powerful ways for product managers to create more value by ensuring every product is a solution to a meaningful market problem. And that every team creating and selling products is as effective and motivated as they can be.
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