Productboard’s customer-centricity is best embodied in the product by the Insights board: this is where customer feedback is effortlessly collected, product makers learn about customer needs, and can then easily link these needs or feedback to budding product ideas.
As a product designer, you’ll spend a lot of your time with a product manager. There’s an art to creating an awesome, mutually beneficial working relationship. Here’s what I know.
Taking care of our employees is one of our key priorities, and we enjoy making the effort and celebrating special moments together. At the same time, our vision is one of a world full of amazing products that both function and delight. And we applied the same for creating our merchandise — the Productboard store.
Getting ML into production is hard. Who can help you ship it? Who would own, monitor and maintain the models? Would you just hand over your code to another team and your job would be done? Or the line ends at Jupyter Notebook?
I joined Productboard a few months ago as an associate product manager. It’s been an extraordinary experience, and I’d like to share with you seven highlights of my journey — so far.
We kicked off 2022 by closing our $125M Series D round, which put us in the Unicorn category of companies. Exciting times for all Productboarders as we took another step towards our goal of helping companies around the world build truly excellent products.
What makes individuals, managers, and leaders stand out from the crowd? What separates the best of the best from the masses? What are the behaviors worth modeling regardless of role and level? This is not a comprehensive list, but here are a few things I’ve found or seen make a difference.
In the latest interview of our People of Productboard series, we caught up with Engineering Manager Ivo Klimša to discuss his journey to Productboard and engineering leadership.
I recently joined Productboard as an Enterprise Account Executive. Every job change involves a complex set of criteria. I’d like to share the top five reasons why I decided to join Productboard, and my experience since joining this incredible team.
Meet new people. Advance your career. Have fun. There are many benefits to joining Productboard. Free membership to Toastmasters International is one of them. This nearly 100 years old organization that helped many people become better versions of themselves through public speaking and leadership skills development.
Platform teams essentially form the backbone of fast-growing tech startups. They help your company thrive and scale as your product becomes increasingly more complex, which is why Productboard launched a Platform Tribe this summer.
When Productboard started in 2014, our clear focus was on product managers in smaller teams who lacked a great product management tool. Nowadays, we help much larger companies with thousands of employees, and we need to solve quite different needs and personas.