August 16, 2019
How to Launch and Grow a Subscription Business
Thinking about implementing a subscription-based product in your business? Then it’s time to listen to the master.
Pricing guru Mark Stiving explains what you need to understand to build an effective subscription model. Learn the five basic KPIs involved and how to improve your chances of long-term viability. Mark also walks through the three revenue buckets you’ll need to manage, the revenue bucket that’s most important to rapid growth, and the four ways to grow the most important bucket.
This podcast was taken from our July, 2019 webinar “How to Launch and Grow a Subscription Business.”
Make sure you check out Mark’s subscription growth calendar, watch the webinar version of this podcast, and sign up for August’s webinar where communications expert Elizabeth Hodos will be showing you how to enhance your collaboration and communication soft skills using improvisational theater techniques.
August 9, 2019
It’s official, guys.
Data science is here to stay. So how can product managers and product marketing managers use data science to improve ROI, products and the very nature of our jobs?
Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing at Pragmatic Institute, and Jon Gatrell, Pragmatic Institute instructor and product extraordinaire, chat about how product management and product marketing has changed since the explosion of data science. Pivot tables are no longer enough to really get the most out of our data. From showing true ROI to personalized marketing to product feature usage and beyond, rich data can make a large difference in your business. Find new insights, patterns and opportunities using data science and take your business and products to the next level.
Want to learn more about data science, and how it can improve your job and your business? Register now for one of our new and popular courses, The Business of Data Science and understand the capabilities of data science for your products. And make sure you listen to our other great podcasts, now available on Spotify, and join us for the best product training in the world.
August 2, 2019
How do you make sure that you have continuous customer engagement as your products launch, update and change—without dragging down the process and negatively impacting your bottom line?
Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing at Pragmatic Institute, and Luke Freiler, CEO of Centercode, discuss the importance of market validation. Testing your products for the market has changed drastically over the years, so Luke and his team focus on finding new ways to test products for the modern world. As products become more interconnected with software and hardware components, with more iterations released all the time, looking beyond the traditional beta test is essential. Listen in as Luke describes the three different types of testing—Alpha, Beta and Delta testing—and how it can help your business create better products so you can improve revenue and happier customers.
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July 19, 2019
Pragmatic Institute has always been passionate about win/loss analysis—but what’s the next version of win/loss for the future?
Product strategy guru and kite-flying enthusiast Mike Smart from Egress Solutions joins Rebecca Kalogeris, vice president of marketing at Pragmatic Institute, look at how data is changing the way we’re doing win/loss analysis. More than just understanding why someone did or did not purchase your product, pulling larger amounts of data from larger quantities of buyers can give you deeper insight into market problems and product possibilities. Understand how to balance the quantitative data with the qualitative data and uncover new opportunities for your business.
Want to learn more about win/loss analysis and how it can help you become more market and data-driven? Make sure you take our Foundations course today. And make sure you listen to our other great podcasts, now available on Spotify, and join us for the best product training in the world.
July 12, 2019
Are you being the best manager you can be? Does your team work together fluidly with each other—as well as the rest of the company?
Rebecca Kalogeris, vice president of marketing at Pragmatic Institute, is joined by Diane Pierson, Pragmatic Institute instructor and product manager extraordinaire, to discuss how to be a great manager and find amazing employees. Finding ways to work with managers with different work styles, making sure roles and responsibilities are clear, and providing a clear structure are a few of the topics they cover in this great podcast. Listen to Diane’s personal experiences and find the best way to become a stellar product manager.
Want to learn to be a better product manager? Make sure you take our product management course today. And make sure you listen to our other great podcasts, now available on Spotify, and join us for the best product training in the world.
July 3, 2019
* This podcast was captured during our recent webinar
We all want our products to be profitable, right?
Well, at some point, yes. But maybe not right now. Profit isn’t always the right metric. Depending on where your product is in its lifecycle, there may be other ways to measure your product’s success. But how do you know what the right metric is for measuring product success?
In this webinar, Eric Boduch from Pendo and Steve Johnson from Pragmatic Institute examined a number of strategic approaches for identifying the right success metrics to measure throughout the product lifecycle.
So which metrics are the right metrics for your product now? Listen to our recent webinar and find out!
June 28, 2019
How do you retain and grow your customers and your revenue when big changes come to your company?
Mark Stiving, former Pragmatic Institute instructor and current pricing maestro, follows up on his previous podcast on subscription models with his thoughts on net dollar retention. Mark examines how expansion is crucial to your future growth, while keeping in mind your current customers. How do you get those customers to spend more money with your company without running the risk of losing them? And how does that impact your subscription models? Check out this podcast to find out.
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June 21, 2019
Dave Daniels, VP of customer success at Pragmatic Institute, dives into the Pragmatic Labs, a series of private 1-day workshopping sessions that teaches a company’s team how to solve a specific problem or prepare for a specific product. Labs are a great way to jumpstart the Pragmatic Framework in your business. Your team works on your problems and your products with one of our experts. We’ll guide you through a structured, in-depth process to reach the goal of the Lab. Get all the details in this great podcast.
Could your team use some help implementing parts of the Pragmatic Framework into your organization? Check out the Pragmatic Labs and talk to a member of our sales team today to get started. And make sure you subscribe to our podcast series and never miss another great moment.
June 13, 2019
What do successful product marketers wish they’d learned at the start of their careers?
Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing at Pragmatic Marketing, is joined by Justin Topliff, founder of Product Marketing Summit, to talk about the lessons he’s learned as one of the leading product marketers in the industry. Finding different ways to support sales, having empathy for their partners, not assuming customers know their problems are just a few of the lessons that Justin and Rebecca discuss in this fascinating podcast.
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