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Reorganizing the product team’s structure is not always a response to growth — it can be driven by other changes in the business. The nature of the problems you’re solving and your customers’ needs might have shifted out from under you.
Fast-growing startups, established enterprises, and those in-between face different product discovery pressures and challenges.
The essentials tools for the modern product manager for capturing feedback, prioritizing, ideating solutions, communication, and more.
Great product specs articulate a vision and a plan for a product that you’re developing. They are collaborative tools that drive high-quality decisions.
In Empowered, Marty Cagan focuses not only on coaching techniques and product management development plans, but also on considerations around team topology, setting objectives, improving cross-organizational collaboration, and the hard work that long-term business transformation requires.
You can set specific outcomes for product discovery—outcomes you can use to measure your success, optimize your process, and justify spending precious time on to your stakeholders. Here’s how.
Why do metrics matter to product managers? They allow you to take a more systematic and rigorous approach to understanding where you’re succeeding — and where you’re not.
Podcasts are a great way to get a quick fix of product management wisdom on the go. But with so many to choose from, where do you start? Check out this list from Scott Baldwin, our Product Excellence Consultant.
In a recent Productboard webinar, host Scott Baldwin welcomed Hope Gurion, founder of Fearless Product LLC, to discuss product discovery – what it is, why it matters, and what best practices product managers can employ to make it effective.
To meet the challenges that come with increasing complexity, a growing number of product organizations now have product operations positions to help the entire product team run more efficiently and collaboratively.
Spreadsheets only get you so far when it comes to powering the complex and collaborative processes involved in product management. Still, some product teams continue to use spreadsheets, not yet aware of the benefits of a dedicated product management system.
When it comes to diving deep into a subject, nothing beats a good book. But with so many product-related books to choose from, where should you start? Check out this list from Scott Baldwin, our very own Product Excellence Consultant.