You have read all the books and you are ready and energized to dive into real product management. You land a job and get to work, totally ready to be an outcome-focused, non-date-driven, research-first “good” product manager (maybe even a “great” product manager!). But gradually…
With an estimated four out of five new products failing to make a dent in an already overcrowded marketplace, it's more important than ever for product…
Product-led strategies benefit teams of all sizes in a number of ways—from streamlining sales and marketing processes, to reducing support tickets, to…
Offering a free trial or freemium version of your product can prove to be an effective way to acquire, activate, and retain customers. The success of…
Look at the most popular products today like Amazon, facebook. These products are packed with a number of small or big features sometimes making the…
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Web3 has become one of the most talked-about concepts today. Just try to count how many times “crypto”, “NFTs”, or “DeFi” appear on your Twitter…
Vanity metrics make us feel good but don’t help us do better work or make better decisions. The metric and/or an outcome is heralded as a win, but…
Many people starting a career in Product Management make a mistake that costs them a lot of unnecessary stress: They think that doing more is better, so…
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