A project roadmap is a simple table that monitors all departments’ tasks and their statuses. It shows a timeline for each task, subtask, and feature.
The biggest challenge in building freemium-based products is balancing free against premium options. It’s an art that requires a lot of consideration and experimentation.
Sharing product roadmaps publicly garners transparency and support. Product roadmaps prove progression and that you as a team and product are worth the continued investment.
Discover how the insights gathered in a cohort analysis can help you identify the right steps to reduce churn and improve your retention rate.
Having an appropriately worded, structured, and simple resume goes a long way to showcase who you are and why you are the best candidate for the job.
Skills required to be a great product manager include technical knowledge, business acumen, and a knack for articulating customer needs.
North Star metrics make teams focus on a single goal and prevents them from unintentionally working against each other on different goals.
Cycle time one of the most underrated metrics for product managers to track. Learn eight ways to reduce the time between starting work on an item and completing it.
The ever-increasing importance of data in driving product outcomes led to the birth of new data approaches — one of them being data democratization.
The growth product manager (GPM) role will likely continue growing in popularity as more businesses shift to product-led growth.
When a customer is dealing with your product, they want all interactions to be predictable, smooth, and seamless. The customer effort score measures this.
Segmentation brings focus. A product for everyone is a product for no one. The more you focus on a specific segment, the higher the chance of actually winning and dominating that segment.