In this article, you will learn about the various alternatives to ChatGPT and how you can integrate them into your product management.
Prompt engineering is the tool that broadens the application horizon of ChatGPT, and that’s how you can transform it into a powerful product manager companion.
TikTok first launched in 2017 and Instagram released a reels component to mimic it in 2020. The TikTok vs. Instagram war began.
The fundamental value of low-code/no-code platforms is expanding the delivery power of a niche workforce — aka engineers — to everyone.
“Economies of scale” is an old concepts that the unadvised might shrug to, but in reality economies of scale are the backbone of product management.
There are important separations between types of decision-making processes: should this be made by a group or individual? Do you need consensus?
Cannibalization is when a product “eats” another one’s market share. Usually seen as a bad thing, cannibalization can be intentional, unintentional, or cross-market.
In the time between the first paper on SMART goals being released and today, research has advanced and proposed two new values: (E)thical and (R)ewarding.
From the fundamental dichotomy between the two approaches to how waterfall has infiltrated back in our lives, we’ll dissect the obvious so that we can keep our guard up.
Gantt charts are not as detrimental to a modern product toolset as some make them seem. Its effectiveness depends on context and who’s using it.
The ICE score is intended to give you the most impactful and easiest to deliver and opportunities ordered from top to bottom.
Divergent thinking is the process of thinking of different ways to overcome a figurative boulder blocking a path instead of obsessing about climbing it.