The RICE scoring method can be applied consistently across even the most disparate ideas, allowing for greater objectivity in the way you prioritize.
Beta testing is an important activity to help product managers validate their hypothesis and gather initial feedback about new products and features from real-life users.
Objectives and key results (OKRs) can assist product managers in guiding and focusing the team’s efforts, increasing impact, establishing alignment, and ensuring everyone is on the same page.
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What’s difference between product manager and product owner? The PM focuses on building the right product while the PO focuses on building the product right.
A sound product strategy must include an adoption strategy that considers the end-to-end business processes clients currently use to manage their jobs.
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Your product features — and how you manage and prioritize them — should be focused on the best way to solve your customers’ problems.
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Metrics are a major aspect of being a product manager, but all that data can turn into an endless sea of information if you don’t know how to use it.