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The Internet of Things

The Internet of Things

It’s a common term, but do you really understand what it is and why it’s important?

Daniel Elizalde, IoT product manager extraordinaire, joins Pragmatic Live to discuss the Internet of Things and its impact on businesses. Daniel examines the importance of using IoT to collect real-world, real-time data to help enterprises expand their abilities, as well as the role of product management with IoT. He dives into the skills needed for product managers to really make the most of IoT to translate the data into real success.

 

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An Intro to Data in Business

An Intro to Data in Business

Pragmatic Institute has expanded into data science. But how can data science help your business?

Michael Li, founder of The Data Incubator (TDI) and president of data sciences at Pragmatic Institute, explains how he created his company to help train data scientists to take businesses into the future. Michael discusses how some of the most iconic business—like Netflix and Amazon—have data science at their core and utilize it to set themselves apart in their industries. He also shares information about our brand new data science for business leaders course, The Business of Data Science.

 

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Product Marketing for Growth

(This podcast was captured during our recent webinar, Product Marketing for Growth: The Marketing Plan.)

For Product Marketers tired of being viewed by some as a "cost", the challenge is to take more responsibility for the commercial results of the company. This may require you to behave as asset managers making investment and return decisions. In other words, behave as Architects of Growth.

This webinar, featuring product marketing leaders:

• Jane Bailey, VP Product Marketing, GE
• Jenn Steele, CMO, Madison Logic
• Mike Berger, VP Product Marketing, Gainsight
• Sudeep Cherian, Head of Product Marketing, LinkedIn
• Rowan Noronha, Head of Product Marketing, Cognizant and Founder, PMC

focuses on the role of the product marketer and the necessary components of the marketing plan needed to identify and achieve growth.

 

 

 
 
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Pragmatic Framework Success

Do you struggle to find the right way to implement the Pragmatic Framework into your business?

Dave Daniels, vice president of customer success at Pragmatic Marketing, returns to Pragmatic Live to discuss his new role and ensuring students are able to successfully implement the Pragmatic Framework into their businesses. Dave discusses our new Pragmatic Labs, which help bring the Framework to life in your organization, as well as other tools we’re creating to enhance your Pragmatic education.

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Segmentation, From All Sides

In this episode of Pragmatic Live, we revisit a great episode with Rebecca Kalogeris, vice president of marketing, and Mark Stiving, pricing expert and Pragmatic Marketing instructor, as they discuss one of the most powerful and complex concepts facing product teams today: segmentation.

They examine exactly what segmentation is, as well as the challenges that arise when grouping people into a commonality when they act differently or we act on them differently.  Key concepts for making segmentation work, including recent examples from Subaru and REI, are also highlighted.

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Win/Loss Analysis: How You Should Be Doing It

You already know the importance of win/loss analysis, but do you really know how you should be doing it?

Rich Schroeder, president and founder of Anova Consulting Group, returns to Pragmatic Live to continue his discussion on win/loss analysis. Not only is it important to do win/loss analysis at your company, but it’s important that you do it right. Rich talks about the goals and pitfalls that can happen when win/loss analysis is and isn’t done correctly, and how to use the data to really benefit your organization.

Check out our previous podcast with Rich Schroder, Win/Loss Analysis: Why You Should Be Doing It for more great information. If you’re looking for great tools on how to do win/loss in your organization, make sure you take our Foundations and Focus courses, and check out our resource center. Be sure to listen to our other great podcasts, and subscribe so you never miss another great episode.



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