A business continuity plan outlines how to function when disaster strikes to ensure minimal downtime and guarantee that operations continue.
A needs assessment is a systematic process used to identify, analyze, and evaluate gaps between the current and desired situation.
Kaizen encourages organizations to foster a culture of empowerment, collaboration, and innovation through a structured process and a set of principles. That sentences should ring a lot of bells for product managers.
Lean Six Sigma is a data-driven methodology designed to help you identify and eliminate process inefficiencies while reducing variation and enhancing quality — all with an eye towards achieving operational excellence.
Explore some user acquisition strategies to help your product make a lasting impact in the hearts and minds of your target audience, from organic growth to paid advertising, viral campaigns to influencer partnerships, and more.
Perceived value is the worth, or benefit, that a customer believes they will receive from a product, depending on their individual needs.
Discover the definition of net present value, the formula to calculate NPV, and how and when you should use it to inform financial decisions.
In today’s fast-paced world, making the right decisions quickly can be the difference between success and failure. That’s where earned value management (EVM) comes in.
Project scheduling is the process of developing a detailed plan that outlines the tasks, dependencies, resources, and timelines needed to complete a project.
In this article we will explore what churn is, the impact it has on businesses, and strategies to reduce it.
Discover how research and development (R&D) and the resultant insights influence decision making at each stage of the product development lifecycle.
To speed up delivery, you can either fast-track or crash your project. Fast-tracking overlaps activities whereas crashing adds more resources to each activity.