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Product ops drives product culture

BY Jenny Wanger on September 6, 2022

When leadership pays attention to product ops, it makes it easier for every team to function and pays dividends as a result. Below, I’ll dive into the connections between product ops and product culture, why product ops is an effective lever to pull to shift product culture, and how to begin shaping your own product culture through product operations. […] Read more »

Always solve your customer's core problems

BY Vignaraj Gadvi on September 1, 2022

This article offers a lesson in understanding why product managers need to ask themselves “What are my customer’s core problems?” Without knowing this answer there is no way they’ll be able to make informed decisions. […] Read more »

Measuring the product-market fit

BY Hamlet Hayrapetyan on August 25, 2022

Product and market analysis are important to creating, managing and further growing a product. For all it is worth, your product can remain in the market eternally as long as it serves a purpose, and consumers are constantly buying, using, and referring others to your product. This is where product-market fit comes in. […] Read more »

Why should product managers understand Microservices?

BY Shiva Hullinakatte on August 23, 2022

This article discusses why product managers should understand Microservices, and how to make a transition to Microservices to achieve its intended benefits. […] Read more »

A minimum viable product is not always a startup’s most valuable player

BY Srikrishnan Ganesan on August 11, 2022

A common startup practice is to first create a minimum viable product (MVP). We did not build an MVP but waited until the product felt full-featured and mature before engaging with potential customers. In this post, we’ll explain why this approach worked. […] Read more »

NFT: the new playground for product designers

BY Ziyun Liang on August 4, 2022

If you have ever considered delving into an NFT project, know that there will be some culture shocks — it might take a while to wrap your head around the basic verbiage. After that, there were three main culture shocks that product design leader, Ziyun Liang learned. […] Read more »

7 habits of highly effective product operations

BY Becky Flint on August 2, 2022

Product Ops leads and orchestrates the entire product org to achieve the best possible outcomes. In this post, Becky Flint covers the 7 habits of highly effective Product Ops Managers. […] Read more »

Finding your way in product management without a technical background

BY Ambre Josse on July 21, 2022

Breaking into a product management career when you do not have a technical background can seem intimidating if not impossible. In this article, Ambre Josse dives into what is really behind the best way to embrace a product career if you do not have a technical background. […] Read more »

How to conduct productive sprint planning meetings for product managers

BY Richard Conn on July 14, 2022

Keeping your sprint planning meetings productive isn’t just about the meetings themselves. Preparation beforehand and acting on the results of the meeting afterwards are also crucial. Let’s look at the three crucial elements of impactful sprint planning meetings. […] Read more »

How product managers should use competitive intelligence before launching a product

BY Hazel Raoult on June 21, 2022

Gaining a competitive advantage in the market is a huge challenge for relatively new SaaS businesses. Before you make any product-driven decision prior to the launching, consider reading this article about using competitive intelligence. […] Read more »