From product metrics to product operations, Mind the Product saw a range of engaging articles and podcasts across the board for our community to digest. Here are the pieces that secured the top 5 most popular spots.
A great product culture attracts great product managers. But when it comes to how you, as a product leader, should shape product culture, there’s a lot of advice out there like “empower teams” that feels so big in its scope that it’s hard to take action. It’s very easy for managers to say “yes, let’s build a great product culture” but much more challenging to make the change. Jenny Wanger delves into product operations.
This article by Product Manager Vignaraj Gadvi 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.
Certainly, discovery practices have evolved enormously over the last 10 years, and a lot more teams are running experiments, interviewing customers, testing their assumptions and the rest than a decade ago. But continuous discovery is still one of those product practices where everyone can see the benefits but finds really hard to make happen.
Before we talk about how to find your north star metric, let’s take a moment to define it. Your north star metric is the one metric that captures the core value that your product delivers to customers. In this guest post, tenured Product Manager, Vignaraj Gadvi delves into identifying your North Star Metric, and how it is an important value for your customers.
This session On Being User Minded was one of the themed sessions during MTP Engage Hamburg 2022 (the others were On Being Responsible, On Giving Direction and On Being Human). Moderated by Product coach Shaun Russell, three high-profile speakers shared their perspectives on user-centricity.