Kanban is the simplest way of visualizing the status of the work and understanding the next best action to keep the flow going.
ROI plays a crucial role in product teams’ everyday lives, providing insights into which features and strategies are paying off and which aren’t.
User research democratization is about expanding access, participation, facilitation, and ownership of UX research to other non-user researching teams.
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In this guide, we’ll introduce you to the Eisenhower Decision Matrix and show you how to use it to prioritize your team’s time and tasks.
Everyone is talking about product-market fit (PMF) as if it’s a silver bullet to building successful products. It’s not.
The vision statement drives the end goal of the product, aligning stakeholders and roadmaps. The mission statement drives the “how” of the product.
For PMs, the main benefits lie in the process, no pun intended, of creating the visual map and the direct understanding that comes with it.
Effective backlog management can make or break your product. By the same token, misunderstanding your backlog can lead to traps.
The stage-gate process divides projects into different stages with gates (reviews) in between them. Results of the previous phase are presented to stakeholders.
A technical debt register brings transparency and clarity as to what type and how much debt you have and can be used to monitor and review your debt ratio.
As a PM, tracking and managing work via a burndown chart is a shared responsibility with the engineering manager and scrum master of the team.