Team autonomy is a style of managing and organizing teams in a way that they are given the autonomy to make decisions.
Sales requests are a critical source of information and it’s dangerous to shut down requests because they don’t align with product strategy.
A deep understanding of not just who the customer is, but the exact pain points that they struggle with, will help you build a great product.
Regression analysis is a method of analysis that helps you understand the relationship between a set of data points and an outcome.
If customers question why they need some of the most innovative products of our time, are innovation and customer focus at odds with each other?
Repositioning is a powerful concept because it allows you to leverage faster, less expensive techniques to jumpstart growth.
Product-market fit allows you to provide immediate value to users who are seeking a solution for a problem that they’re experiencing.
We often attribute a company’s success to hard work and execution, but timing is equally crucial (remember SmarterChild?). In this guide, we explore strategies to devise an effective time to market strategy for your product.
Product managers can extract valuable lessons from Bing’s shift in product strategy and the (significantly, but decreasingly so) one-sided battle for search supremacy.
Data may be collected in different places, but it’s ultimately piped into one place where multiple tools and teams can access it. This is a single source of truth.
Almost every single company is thinking about how to use AI. There are a few common ways companies are integrating AI into their products.