I’m sure you all know that, but knowing and doing are very different things. Here is a quick guide on when and how to let go.
Your competition includes more than the companies that provide the same product or service as you do. Understanding the full space of competitors will help you to know and lead your product at a whole new level.
Once you know what is the outcome you want to get out of your meeting, it’s time to make it happen. Here are some guidelines for how to run the meeting itself.
As product managers, you most likely spend your day in and out of meetings. This is how we make things happen. This simple tip can revolutionize your effectiveness and help you make the most out of the meetings you are having anyway.
Having a great product – one that customers really love, is important, but is not enough to ensure the product’s success. Here are a few pitfalls to avoid.
Your roadmap will change. That’s given. On the other hand, it takes so much time and effort to build one. Is it still worth it?
We live in a constant battle between tactical and strategic. Without ongoing care, the tactical will always win. Take it upon yourself to bring everyone back on the strategic track to make sure you are doing the right thing.
Everyday challenges which you might have learned how to navigate, become even more critical to manage in these crazy Coronavirus days. Find practical advice on two popular ones below.
Product management is a hard job that is full of frustrations. Here is how to address 3 of the most common ones. Lack of resources is only the first.
The importance of a strategic roadmap goes beyond executing on it. Learn how your roadmap can serve you in various ways after it is ready.