Since customers care more about the value [they believe] they get, you can use WTP as a guiding light for pricing your product.
A communication plan describes what information must be communicated as well as to whom, by whom, when, where, and via what medium.
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.
The purpose of a design concept is to help designers and developers visualize what the product should look like and, in doing so, drive additional value for customers.
Time blocking is a powerful productivity tactic that can help you achieve more by limiting distractions and eliminating context switching.
The software testing lifecycle consists of multiple phases, including alpha, beta, and general availability, designed to enhance the user experience.
A memo written in a good format helps PMs communicate the intent correctly and provide the right set of actions to their audience.
Building features is a costly process. Many product teams commit to their assumptions about user needs, spend untold resources, and later discover that their shiny new features add no value.
Finding out which dependencies matter and which impact timelines the most can be challenging. That is where the critical path method (CPM) can help.
In this guide, we’ll highlight the difference between OKRs and KPIs and demonstrate how you can use them both to drive value and better outcomes.
RACI charts help communicate and clarify the roles and responsibilities of people working together. In product management, it adds support for alignment and communication.
The CIRCLES method helps product managers formulate complete and thoughtful responses to product design question.