In this article, you will learn the difference between lagging and leading metrics and how you can use them to optimize your product.
Self-management is the ability to drive your behavior, knowledge, and emotions towards meaningful outcomes.
A simple and concise case study shows what your product or service did for your audience, or how your product improved someone’s life.
What matters most, delivering output or creating value? This guide will help you differentiate what’s sustainable and what’s not in terms of velocity and long-term planning.
Micromanagers excessively monitor their team’s progress, which demotivates them and builds resentment towards you.
Over the last decade, I’ve had the chance to be a product manager in different organizations, from start-ups to well-established companies.
No matter the initiative you’re working on, clarity on what success looks like is essential. There are multiple ways to achieve that clarity, including objectives and key results (OKRs) and product goals. But when should you use which method?
Team topology is the way of organizing teams, responsibilities, flows, and communication by defining the accountabilities each team has.
Facilitation involves making collaboration easier by allowing your team to accomplish more than the sum of its parts.
Stakeholder mapping is a simple method for understanding your stakeholders’ landscape, including their power, interest, and attitude towards your product or initiative.
Management by objective is a style of leadership that empowers teams and individuals by setting goals collaboratively.