Continuous product design is an ongoing activity that loops between the design, prototype, test, release, and feedback stages.
In this article, we will talk about the importance of building trust and autonomy in product management leaders and teams.
An effective communicator is someone who speaks clearly, directly and simply so the listener can understand the exact message.
The curse of knowledge is a bias people develop where they assume other people have the same level of knowledge they do.
Synergy occurs when you work as a group to deliver more value than you would’ve through individual efforts.
Short-term goals are the goals you plan to achieve within three months. The term plans may differ according to company or product strategies.
As you can probably guess, “death by PowerPoint” is a term used to describe presentations where the presenter ends up losing their audience.
Time management is an activity that requires you to plan and organize your time effectively. Managing your workload gets harder under stress.
Meeting management is the ability to run meetings efficiently and effectively, keeping them focused, and ensuring they deliver the intended outcomes.
The iterative process is a set of actions consisting of analysis, planning, design, implementation, testing, and review.
Product managers help prevent the development team from veering off track and work to keep the business team aligned on their priorities.
Competitive advantage can only be created with strategic management. As PMs, we identify the differentiator points and amplify them to create a competitive advantage.