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Acing the Product Management Interview - What They Don't Tell you

BY Randy Silver on October 12, 2018

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: What’s your favourite product, and why? Or how about: You have to launch a new product for X. How do you determine the total and addressable markets, and what steps do you take to fill that need? How do you determine pricing? I hate these questions. I hate […] Read more »

How do you Choose who to Hire as a Junior Product Manager?

BY Emily Tate on June 13, 2018

Who to hire as a junior-level product manager is one the most difficult decisions a product leader has to make. Most product jobs require some level of product management experience, so you can focus on understanding what a candidate has done and how their existing skill set will fit with what you need for your […] Read more »

How Guerrilla Research Can Improve Your Product

BY Chris Massey on February 3, 2017

Guerrilla feedback can be invaluable for the success of your product. Monal Choksi explains what guerrilla research is, what it isn’t, why it’s useful, and how to fit it alongside your other user research and product development practices. Guerrilla research gathers fast, low cost information from users, and allows you to develop a quick “gut […] Read more »