Prioritization frameworks are an essential part of a product manager’s tool kit because they aid in facilitating clear communication and making efficient product decisions.
Lean product management principles help product managers stay focused on creating customer-centric products while eliminating waste.
Wherever you are in your career, there are opportunities that can lead to the product management job of your dreams.
Product enablement refers to the mechanisms by which members of an organization gain insight into the products the company is producing and selling to the public.
Everything you need to know about the role of the scrum master, including the job description, responsibilities, and certifications to explore if you’re looking to become a scrum master.
Epics are derived from themes or initiatives and can be segmented into smaller pieces called user stories. Learn how this system can help make your team more agile.
Walk through steps to identify and strive for product-market fit, discover which metrics you should track in that pursuit, and see some real-world examples of both excellent and poor product-market fit.
In an ideal world, you shouldn’t have to choose between quality and timely delivery, but it happens more often than you might think.
There is a product management certification program for every stage of the PM’s career, no matter how green or experienced you are.
A PERT chart is a project management tool designed to help teams visualize tasks and coordinate the timeline of events that must occur during the scope of a project’s lifetime.
Backlogs come in all shapes and sizes. Organizing your work into product, sprint, and release backlogs can help bring clarity and focus to your agile team.
Reaching consensus on your product direction can be daunting to even the most experienced PMs. With so many problems and potential solutions, how do you get everyone on the same page?