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The Secrets Issue

We all keep secrets for a variety of reasons; some are harmless while others are morally questionable. In this issue of The Pragmatic, we explore secrets of product management and product marketing to showcase the aspects of our profession that you might not otherwise know.

 

From understanding how to keep a secret as a form of counterintelligence to learning how to increase your strategic thinking, this issue is designed to shed light on a variety of topics that will help you tackle your day-to-day job as well as give you food for thought for your future.

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Previous Magazines

Volume 6 Issue 4

You Can't Innovate Like Apple, Practical Rules for Product Management: Some Rules Just Aren't Meant to be Broken (Part 2), Change is Pulling Us into the Cloud, Maybe Your Opinion IS Relevant, Beyond SEO: Driving Customer Attraction, Retention, and Top-Line Growth.
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Volume 6 Issue 3

Chasing Outcomes: You Can't Get There from Here, Three Tips at the Tip of the Iceberg: How to Ensure the Success of Your IT Project, Practical Rules for Product Management: Some Rules Just Aren't Meant to be Broken (Part 1), Maximize Your Word-of-Mouth Marketing: Turning Users into Fans.
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Volume 6 Issue 2

Why Didn't We Think of That?, To Startup or Not to Startup?, The New Leader Development Dilemma and How to Fix It, Utilizing Co-Design to Create Market-Driven Products.
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Volume 6 Issue 1

Pragmatic Institute's 2007 Annual Product Management and Marketing Survey, Lead on Purpose: How Product Managers Lead Teams to Success, What are Patents?, Patents and the Product Manager, Agile Market Requirements, Problem Solving: It's All About Smart(er) Questions.
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Volume 5 Issue 5

Viral Marketing: Let the World Tell Your Story for Free, Avoiding the "Netscape Moment", Your Prospects Love White Papers: Are You Giving Them What They Want?, Seven Ways to Acquire and Retain Customer References, Add "Quick Hits" and (Finally) Address Those Priority 3 Enhancements.
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Volume 5 Issue 4

Stop Perfuming the Pig: Why "Real" Marketing is Done Before the Product is Created, The Online Media Room: A Terrific Place to Market Directly to Buyers (Yes, Buyers!), The Power of the Persona, Customer Affinity: How to Get It, What to Do With It.
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Volume 5 Issue 3

The ROI of Being Market-Driven, Five Slides of Segmentation, Easy to Use for Whom: Defining the Customer and User Experience for Enterprise Software, Product Management Axioms, Navigating Uncharted Territory: How We Developed a Strategic Product Marketing Role (Part 2).
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Volume 5 Issue 2

Software Development's Evolution Toward Product Design, The Art of Panels, Online Thought-Leadership: Transform Your Company into a Trusted Resource for Your Buyers, Are You Decent? The Naked Truth About Product Management Performance.
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Volume 5 Issue 1

Pragmatic Institute's 2006 Annual Product Management and Marketing Survey, Technology Assessment for a Better Strategy, Product Managers are Really Super Heroes in Disguise, Navigating Uncharted Territory: How We Developed a Strategic Product Marketing Role, Product Design: Bridging the Gap Between Product Management and Development.
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