Amazon Prime is playing the Digital Shrinkflation

So, Amazon Prime is increasing prices… again! But this time, they’re playing a digital version of “shrinkflation.” Pretty much every audio and video streaming service has seen their prices rise this year, with Netflix, Disney, and Spotify all announcing double-digit increases to their subscription fees in the last few months. Yesterday, Amazon announced something similar, […]

How Disney+ is increasing prices by 38%, yet keeping the same price.

In the ongoing trend of digital and streaming services adjusting their prices, it is now Disney+’s turn to make changes. This demonstrates how inflation impacts pricing differently in each industry: Disney+ serves as a prime example, having recently announced double-digit percentage increases. To understand these changes, I will be focusing on the new pricing for […]

Do we need a Chief Product Officer (CPO)?

A quick guide for CEOs, business leaders, executive search professionals, and CPOs themselves to set expectations about Chief Product Officers right. In a recent article, I covered the concept of companies that “Think product” and why they’re in a better position than the average to create and capture value from their users. Thinking product is […]

Does your organization “think product”? 

A pragmatic and non-dogmatic approach to product management, that helps companies generate and capture more value from their users. Product management has popularized a set of principles that have greatly benefitted certain technology companies in terms of creating and capturing value from their users. These companies, which I call the “Think Product” companies, have embraced […]

A Product & UX look into pricing: Netflix removes account sharing

Netflix is the market leader in streamed entertainment. Part of its success has been built thanks to a smooth experience, accessible prices, and billing flexibility (compared to pay-tv subscriptions). Exclusive content productions have come into play at a later stage, and have been material to acquire and retain subscribers to the platform. While Netflix has […]

Are you measuring right? 4 reasons you’re probably not

The majority of the measures we see in Product Management (#productmanagement) are flawed, and the better they look, the worse they (usually) are. Why is it so, and 4 easy checks to fix them. Whether setting up OKR, monitoring your “product health” or just running experiments, there are countless reasons why, as a product professional, […]

Product Management: low-hanging fruits are poisoned

A quick guide for Product Managers and Business people to get priorities right and avoid playing a lose-lose game Some expressions, jokes, and ways of working are part of company slang and just feel normal “corporate life”, doesn’t matter the company or industry you work for. One of those expressions is “Low hanging fruit” (LHF).  […]

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