In our pursuit of innovation, we must be aware of the crucial aspect of letting go — the decision to shut down a product feature.
Justin Kim, VP, Product at Vimeo, discusses the importance of applying ruthless prioritization across the board and curating a clear vision.
Managing a diverse range of products is an effective way to showcase strategic planning, forward-looking thinking, and a commitment to meeting the evolving demands of customers.
Firmographic data refers to traits about a company that can be used to segment it into different categories.
Little’s Law is a theorem used to calculate the typical number of items/customers in a stationary queue system per unit of time.
With dynamic pricing, the cost of a good or service increases as demand increases and can go up significantly depending on popularity.
YouTube saw an opportunity to join the transition towards short-form videos and released YouTube Shorts.
This article explores the huge gap between OpenAI’s ambition and the average user’s expectations, as well as the mistakes made in their strategy.
Kristin Dorsett, Chief Product Officer at Viator, talks about her job of putting her best people on the hardest problems.
Market research is the process of gathering information about potential and current customers and your target audience.
Product people tend to oversimplify the jobs-to-be-done framework by focusing only on the most straightforward part — customers’ functional jobs — and ignoring their emotional and social needs.
Roman Gun, Vice President, Product at Zeta Global, discusses his approach to formulating processes around the team’s goals and capabilities.