Lessons learned are insights and knowledge gained from experiences, both positive and negative, that you can use to improve future performance.
The 4 Ds of time management can help you be more productive as a product manager and instill important principles of task prioritization in your team.
ROI plays a crucial role in product teams’ everyday lives, providing insights into which features and strategies are paying off and which aren’t.
A creative brief is a document that sets out the strategy, approach, path, and deliverables of a creative project.
It is probably every company’s dream to one day be the one ruling them all — having a 100 percent market share.
Product critiques get an unbiased, honest view of the product from those involved in creating/evolving it and those eager to join the team.
When a customer is dealing with your product, they want all interactions to be predictable, smooth, and seamless. The customer effort score measures this.
Delivering an excellent customer experience is essential to any product. The better the experience, the more repeat purchase, upsell, and advocacy of the product by customers.
In today’s customer-centric and data-driven world, capturing the voice of the customer is crucial. Customer satisfaction surveys help you understand how your users feel about your product.
Conversion rate is the percentage of customers who complete a desired goal. Learn the formula to calculate conversion rate and how to optimize this crucial product metric.
Product planning encompasses the actions and components that contribute to achieving a specific outcome — namely, satisfying customers’ needs.
The MLP approach helps you navigate a consumer-driven market and gain a competitive advantage by delivering a product your customers will love right from the start.