A requirements management software facilitates the process of handling project requirements from gathering ideas to project completion.
SWOT analysis is a framework used to evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of any initiative.
Dogfooding refers to a situation where a product team uses their own product or service before releasing it to the market as a test case.
Are product managers in 2024 using the same software, websites, and programs to manage their needs? Are favorites such as Miro still relevant?
As organizations and product teams grow, sharing knowledge and keeping everyone aligned becomes increasingly difficult.
Concept maps help people in product teams make sense of their own thoughts and ideas before crafting them into some kind of concept.
Data modeling governs how data is structured and organized, as well as how it can be stored, retrieved, and modified.
Keep the lights on refers to everything that comes between your product and your customers receiving its promised value.
Real user monitoring is the process of collecting information about how users interact with your product as they’re interacting with it.
A knowledge base is a centralized location where information is stored in an organized and easy-to-access way.
Proposal outlines can take on various forms, but they serve as a way for you to generate buy-in from stakeholders for an initiative.