“This is Product Management” Podcast Reaches 300th Episode

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feedback Loop, a DISQO company, today celebrated the 300th episode of its podcast, This is product management (TIPM). Originally launched as a way to create a community forum with product managers, TIPM has since become a go-to resource for professionals involved in all aspects of bringing products to market. The first episode of This is product management aired in 2015, and the podcast has since grown to over 1.5 million regular listeners with over 4 million unique downloads to date.

This is product management features thought leaders from companies across industries who share candid insights into their product development and go-to-market processes. Auditors acquire rare and practical knowledge that they can apply within their own company. Over the past seven years, the podcast has covered topics ranging from market testing to product launches, innovation to scaling operations, and career growth to leadership, all with a focus on product management.

In its 300 episode run, This is product management hosted interviews with the brightest minds in the many disciplines that power modern product teams, including:

  • Hema Budaraju, Senior Director of Products for Health and Social Impact Research at Google

  • Ray Cao, Managing Director, Global Head of Product Strategy and Operations at ICT Tac

  • James Colgan, senior director of product management for Outlook Mobile Enterprise at Microsoft

  • Paige Costello, Product Manager at Asana

  • Tiffany Ng, Head of Consumer Insights at Experian

  • Scott Belsky, author of “The messy environment” and product manager at Adobe

  • Vinay Ramani, Head of Global Growth at Uber

  • Hubert Palan, Founder and CEO, Product table

This is product managementFeatures of the 300th episode of Ronke Majekodunmi, Senior Product Manager, Large Enterprise at PayPal. Ronke is also a Product School featured speaker, host of the Product Magic podcast, and heavily involved with organizations such as Women in Product and Women in Tech. In the episode Cultivating Relationships is Product Management, Ronke discusses the importance of building and maintaining personal relationships with team members, as well as the power of mentorship in product management, especially for women. belonging to minorities.

“We originally created This is product management to have conversations with product managers and provide innovation insights and insider tips and tricks,” said Roddy Knowles, host of This is product management and Senior Director of Product Driven Research and Growth at DISQO. “Our audience has exploded and now includes auditors in all aspects of product responsibility as well as product-adjacent roles. As we celebrate this milestone, we continue to focus on delivering the widest range of valuable conversations that product thinkers need to hear.

This is product management is available on all major podcast streaming services (Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Google Podcasts) and https://tipm.feedbackloop.com/.

About the feedback loop

Feedback Loop, a DISQO company, is the agile research platform that sales teams rely on to test ideas directly with target consumers before releasing products or campaigns. Fast-growing companies and established market leaders like Ad Council, Comcast, Experian, Farmers Insurance, Humana, NBCUniversal, Utz, Caribou Coffee and Uber trust Feedback Loop to quickly validate market fit, create more strong and cast with confidence. With Feedback Loop’s robust and easy-to-use survey and analysis capabilities, any business team can collect consumer feedback from early discovery through ideation and design. allowing sales teams to build on data rather than subjective opinions. See how agile research makes getting consumer feedback quick, easy, and reliable for sales teams at www.feedbackloop.com.


DISQO is a customer experience (CX) platform enabling businesses, from SMBs to large enterprises, to make the right decisions for their customers by quickly testing and measuring every product and brand experience. DISQO’s insights, advertising measurement and feedback loop applications connect to the company’s fully consented consumer data platform. Founded in 2015 and based in Los Angeles, DISQO is recognized as a hyper-growth tech startup and one of the best places to work in the United States, with over 500 team members worldwide. Follow @DISQO on LinkedIn and Twitter.