Your team could build a million things. At the same time, your job as a PM is to make sure you ship the most valuable product. You want to solve the most important customer problems with the smallest effort possible. … Continue Reading 4 essential questions to ask before you prioritize product ideas
The course drives deep #ProductThinking and helps you become 10X better product leader. We follow ‘first principle’ approach to product management. Learn the art and science of product management from some of the best product minds in the country. [mks_col] … Continue Reading Product Management Course: Next Batch Starts August.
“Learning is crucial for product people. As products change and eventually mature, one must change the way they manage them. As jobs change, and one has to grow into them and acquire new skills. Additionally, product management is a comparatively … Continue Reading Growth Mindset in Product Management
If there is one thing I’d like to change the way Indian product / tech companies approach growth, it would be very simple: KILL the very notion of growth hacking; and instead, figure out a very fundamentally sustainable growth strategy. … Continue Reading Announcing : Growth Marketing Workshops. 3 Cities. 3 Months
Visuals are a highly effective means of influence because people have powerful systems for interpreting visual stimuli. Product Managers often present data to to key stakeholders to get buy-in for critical decisions. This podcast expains why Data Visualization is an important … Continue Reading Telling stories with Data = Product Management
Product Managers come from all walks of life. Some come from a technical background, some don’t. The thing is this role varies a lot in the industry and there are certain aspects of this role which makes it unique in … Continue Reading Transitioning Into Product Management From Other Roles
Product management may be the one job that the organization would get along fine without (at least for a good while). Without engineers, nothing would get built. Without sales people, nothing is sold. Without designers, the product looks like crap. … Continue Reading How to Hire a Product Manager
Product Managing is not just about behind-the-scenes R&D, it’s about making sure your product is developed in a way that meets the needs of your customers Done well, product research helps to understand what customers really want, allowing to tailor … Continue Reading What the Best Product Manager Candidates Say During an Interview
“Product management is a difficult, burnout-inducing profession. We do it because we love the idea of it more than actually doing it. I’ve hit the point in every product job I’ve ever had where I tell myself, “this is the … Continue Reading What People Don’t Tell You About Product Management
Anrew Chen is General Partner, Andreessen Horowitz @a16z and ran growth @uber earlier. Here goes his tweetthread on user testing and why product teams need to go beyond the core users and think of edge cases as well. 1/ “There’s … Continue Reading Thread by Andrew Chen on user testing and Vuja De.
A CEO is often called the Director of the movie. A CEO has to set high vision and be an evangelist, hires and runs the team, raise money and sets the execution goals bar. While its similar kind of the … Continue Reading Product Management is Good CEO Training
Many entrepreneurs believe the key to an MVP is identifying the right minimal features for the right customers. It turns out this is mostly a fool’s errand because an MVP isn’t about product features – it is about the next … Continue Reading Your MVP is about Discovery – NOT Product
“Feed the Beast” refers to one of the most common problems with product teams, and one of the top reasons for failed projects. The beast is of course the development organization and the beast does have a voracious appetite. Unfortunately, … Continue Reading Feed the Beast: What Product managers do with PRDs
It’s hard for me understate the importance of getting agreement on the problem you’re trying to solve before beginning work on the solution, particularly once there are many stakeholders from different parts of the business. Dropbox wasn’t always a smooth … Continue Reading The most important thing Dropbox did to scale Product Management
“The course blasted the myth that building features is biggest work in product management” “The best part is that it isn’t all theory – you get to apply everything you learn to the weekly assignment given, and you get valuable … Continue Reading Now open: Registration for Product Management Course
In product management, the primary job is to be expert on market problems. That means one must spend time with customers and non-customers so to be in a position to notice problems. Here’s an article about how to be expert … Continue Reading Be expert on Market Problems