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Product ops tackles many of the challenges that are exacerbated when teams don’t share the same physical workspace, facilitating better communication and collaboration by aligning teams across the organizations and uniting everyone behind shared processes and tools.
As product managers, our job is to fulfill the needs of our target market. But in order to find that target market, you cannot just listen to the loudest (or closest) voice in the room.
Happy April 1! We’ve been hard at work promoting our new book on product management for babies, which… well… doesn’t exist.
What makes a good roadmap? What makes a bad roadmap? Get a side-by-side comparison in our new roadmaps infographic!
Achieving Product Excellence means leveraging every conversation and interaction that the broader company has with the market to get the right products to market, faster.
Whether you’re new to OKRs or just brushing up, our blog post aims to help you feel more confident about driving your product team toward clear, measurable outcomes in 2021.
The best product roadmaps are dynamic visualizations (closely linked to their product plans) that help communicate the outcomes the product team is working towards and how they support the organization’s overarching goals.
Hope Gurion leads a panel on customer centricity in product management featuring product leaders from Unity, Rev.com, HERE Technologies, and Nielsen Global Connect.
User segmentation identifies subgroups of users who have similar needs to one another. This helps you avoid the mythical average user and build better products.
Last month, we hosted our inaugural Product Excellence Summit – a series of live events featuring product visionaries from across the globe. The first panel discussion of the day – moderated by Vish Srivastava, Lead Product Manager at BCG Digital Ventures – was all about digital transformation.
To kick off our inaugural Product Excellence Summit, we invited two product visionaries for a virtual fireside chat to discuss customer-centricity, product strategy, and organizational alignment. In case you missed it, here’s a lightly edited version of the conversation.
Product management has not changed, but our way of working has. Understanding the former and adapting to the latter is the key to building excellent products in today’s distributed environment