A greenfield project is one that does not have any existing infrastructure or legacy systems — i.e., a project built from scratch. Learn the benefits, drawbacks, and five stages of greenfield projects.
In this guide, we’ll demonstrate how you can use product specs to drive better discovery, promote collaboration, identify problems, and validate solutions.
A product’s total addressable market is an important realization — that there’s room for scalability. It also defines the wider view and scope of the industry.
The SDLC is designed to save costs, build quality and complex software, and satisfy the end-user. An overview of the software development life cycle (SDLC) and its seven phases.
Liberating Structures, such as 1-2-4-All, are microstructures designed to help everyone produce better results within a short amount of time.
Lifetime value is one of the most important metrics for subscription-based/SaaS products. Learn how to calculate LTV and see how you can use it to make better product decisions.
A mockup is a visual representation of an idea. In software development, mockups are often used to communicate the product vision across teams.
Every project needs a goal or outcome for the team to understand what they are supposed to do. Project planning helps achieve that.
For organizations that weren’t “born agile,” undergoing an agile transformation is no longer optional but critical to remain in the game.
Optimizing one’s personal productivity is essential to strive as a product manager. Every one percent improvement counts tremendously.
The scrum framework defines three artifacts that represent the work of the scrum team or the value the scrum team creates.
Monthly recurring revenue is one of the most important subscription metrics to track. Discover why MRR is so important, how to measure it, and what you can do to improve your MRR.