Startups with fewer than 500 customers and startups targeting niche target audiences especially have a hard time.
A team lead is a visionary who can coach, guide, and motivate the team to work collaboratively towards a common goal.
Dorie Wallace talks about the role of project managers in using data to provide an impartial perspective to product managers.
Product insights involves the collection of data and gathering key information about user’s preferences and displayed behaviors.
Hypothesis-driven development focuses the development effort of validating a team’s most pressing hypotheses.
Ellen Linardi, SVP of Product and Design at Clover, shares how her design-oriented team came to understand the importance of system thinking.
As a PM, you want to make knowledge sharing as easy as possible to avoid bottlenecks and keep your team operating autonomously.
Asynchronous communication can enable you to remain focused on your work so that you have fewer distractions and are more productive.
Sapna Gulati discusses how GenAI is changing the game for product managers to focus more on strategic innovation and competitiveness.
SWOT analysis is a framework used to evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of any initiative.
Steve McIrvin shares the importance of creating a “product factory” — a suite of products that all work together and sustain over time.
Open-ended questions are queries that go beyond receiving a simple “yes” or “no” answer by requiring respondents to expand on their answers.