Everything you need to conduct better product discovery.
Written by Bruce McCarthy, author, speaker, founder at Product Culture, for our ebook, The Path to Product Excellence: Stories and Advice From the Field. Product roadmaps have gotten a bad rap. Most of them deserve it. Ask someone what a product roadmap is and 9 out of 10 times you’ll
How do modern product leaders build products that people love? As product managers, we all want to achieve excellence in our craft. But what constitutes an excellent product in the first place? What strategies, processes, and mindsets are employed by the world’s best product makers? Announcing Age of Product Excellence,
Medium Highlights has arguably changed publishing forever. Here is how the iconic feature was developed and launched, why it has been so valuable for Medium. Strap in — the story is full of lessons and insights for product managers.
Product discovery is the process of deeply understanding the problems customers are having to develop products that perfectly cater to their needs. Rush discovery, or fail to understand its importance, and you risk wasting time and resources building a product that no one ends up using. To help you build
In my 20+ years in product, I’ve had the opportunity to observe many product organizations through different stages of growth. And while there’s no one-size-fits-all formula, there are some guiding principles that can help product leaders scale their organization and structure their teams. In this post, I’d like to consider
Every product person strives to create great products. But what does it take to achieve true Product Excellence? productboard CEO Hubert Palan sat down with Mike Belsito, co-founder of Product Collective, for an episode of the INDUSTRY interviews, a series of live Q&A sessions where Mike chats with product leaders
Capture your vision for the future… and learn from it
To manage a product, a team, or organization, you first need to know how to manage yourself, and that’s not easy to do. Even if your objectives are clear (a big if), it often feels like you’re within one cat gif, presidential tweet, or unnecessary meeting from being sucked into
Just a few years ago, product management was a function that did not have a clear definition. For many companies, product managers were confused for user experience designers, senior technology leads, or, more controversially, project managers. At best, teams acknowledged that PMs were product owners in the Agile sense, and
It seems like every tech company these days is excited about product-led growth. And rightfully so. When a product-led growth strategy is executed well, your product sells itself, leaving your teams with more time and resources to focus on the end user. If you’re a user of any successful product-led
Written by Kat Kennedy, Chief Experience Officer at Degreed, for our ebook, The Path to Product Excellence: Stories and Advice From the Field. Seven years ago, my CEO asked me if I was interested in moving from my software development role into a product management role. I was a little
Productboard and Gainsight have a lively chat about the Product Excellence methodology, the challenges of modern product management, how to improve products with customer feedback that is already being collected, and when not to take customer feedback at face value.