Archive | Product Management Characteristics

Product Manager Survey 2013 Results – Overview

In the second of our annual surveys, we again, looked at the state of working product managers. We had double the responses compared to last year, so have lots of great data to share – this first post will look the general stats, with further posts coming to look at specific aspects in more detail. […]

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Consumer vs Enterprise Product Management

Whether you call it consumer or B2C¹, enterprise or B2B², being a product manager on one side or the other has long been a defining characteristic. You either know how to build products for enterprises or for consumers and job ads make a big deal about focusing on one or the other. But is there […]

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I am a Product Manager

This is a guest post by Paul Pechey, Product Manager at Just-Eat, in response to our recent article “What, exactly, is a Product Manager?”. Reading Martin’s excellent “What, exactly, is a Product Manager?” post yesterday I felt compelled to revisit a really interesting exercise I did about 18 months ago – one that I would […]

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Steve Jobs – the greatest Product Manager ever?

It’s a sad day for the technology world today with the news that Steve Jobs passed away last night, finally succumbing to the pancreatic cancer which has plagued him over the last several years. I wrote a post yesterday trying to define a Product Manager, and sparked quite a debate. There probably is no one […]

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Leadership and Product Management

We often see Product Management in light of tools and techniques, such as roadmaps and lo-fi usability testing. However, Product Management encompasses more than that. Indeed focusing only on the tools means you are not taking advantage of what Product Management can bring to an organisation. More than the tools, Leadership is of crucial importance […]

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