17 Stories by Shehab Beram
There are countless tools that product managers can use to streamline a wide range of tasks, such as roadmapping, wireframing, user research, and competitive...
The spiral model focuses on identifying the risk early in product development, developing strategies around it, and reflecting those strategies on what to build.
A feasibility study aims to determine whether a proposed opportunity is financially and technically viable and commercially profitable.
Learn how to craft user personas that improve your team’s ability to make important decisions throughout the product development lifecycle.
Successful products require two things: users who want what your product offers and users who are willing to pay for it. In essence, that's...
The product development manager is a cross-functional and hybrid role that sits somewhere between project and product management.
In this article, we will dive deep into one of the most widely used prioritization techniques, the MoSCoW method.
The executive summary can be a great way for product managers to secure buy-in quickly from upper management and senior stakeholders.
The SDLC is designed to save costs, build quality and complex software, and satisfy the end-user. An overview of the software development life cycle...
Critical success factors (CSFs) are specific elements or activities that are deemed essential for an organization to achieve its mission or goal.
In this guide, we'll compare the three most popular agile frameworks (besides scrum): scrumban, iterative development, and lean development.
For any product team, the top-down and bottom-up approaches are crucial strategies to process information and make better product decisions.