To take a leadership position, your voice must be heard. Even, and maybe especially, when your managers see things differently.
Becoming more strategic is one of the most common – and most challenging – development areas for product leaders. This article and the following ones in the series will help you to get there.
As the world is slowly starting to come out of the health crisis, many businesses are rethinking where they should go and how. Many of the companies I work with need to readjust their product strategy, either because of force reduction or because of the change in the market itself. Let’s see how to do it fast enough.
Even after the disease is contained, the resulting economic slowdown will stay here for much longer. To survive and succeed, your product leadership must be sharper than ever.
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.
Now that you understand what a good strategic roadmap should include, here is the process that you should follow for building yours.
The strategic roadmap serves as a compass to the entire company. But if you haven’t built one before, getting there could be tricky. This elaborate 3-part guide will help you avoid common mistakes and build a roadmap everyone is proud of.
Much like code, the strategy also requires maintenance. When left unhandled for too long, you might barely notice, but the impact can be deadly.
To succeed in business, radical focus and discipline are needed. You need to be willing to lose some of your business, in order to grow it further.
Reaching product-market fit requires a lot of trial-and-error, but it takes so much more to succeed. Never stop trying, but make sure you do it right.