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A case study: how to speed up your bug reporting workflow

BY Sara Lacozza on June 16, 2022

In this article, we will share some learnings about a widely-perceived problem for product teams: incomplete bug reports. We will also discuss how to improve your reporting workflow to speed up the resolution of bugs.   […] Read more »

A product managers' dilemma in pursuing a career in startups versus large corporations

BY Gurucharan Raghunathan on April 19, 2022

One of the most typical difficulties that a Product Manager faces is deciding whether to work for a startup or a larger organisation in order to advance their career. Let’s go over the characteristics of a Product Management function in both startups and larger businesses. […] Read more »

Navigating product management: Startup, SME and Enterprise

BY Imogen Schels on September 17, 2021 for Prioritised Members

In this Prioritised member session, Product Leader and Director of the Association of Product Professionals, Anthony Murphy, shares key insights into dealing with product in organisations at different stages, from startups to large enterprises. Focusing on the critical aspects of how the role shifts between them, Anthony offers tips on how to adapt your product management […] Read more »

The 3 stages of product development at a high growth tech company by Cameron Adams

BY Jon Horvath on May 14, 2021

In this #mtpcon Digital APAC keynote, Cameron Adams, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer at Canva shares the strategic tools needed to understand and manage products through the various phases of an organisation’s growth. Watch the talk in full or read on for the overview. Mind the Product members can also watch the recordings of all our #mtpcon […] Read more »

The Stages of Startups – Georgie Smallwood on The Product Experience

BY The Product Experience on January 20, 2021

Startups are often talked about as if they’re all the same, as if experience in one is directly transferable to another.  Georgie Smallwood, Chief Product Officer at Tier Mobility, joined us on the podcast to chat about the differences in working for earlier stage companies and those that are scaling up. She covers why she […] Read more »

Who Owns the Product Roadmap? How to use Insight and Influence to Guide Product Direction

BY Tunde Adeniran on January 5, 2021

In my early days as a Product Manager, I wondered why the experiences of my peers varied so much from one company to another. I’ve come to realise that different organizations operate with very different levels of flexibility and ownership around multiple aspects of a product manager’s traditional role. In this article, we’ll take a dive into the different scenarios product managers may […] Read more »

Practical Advice for Product Managers Working With Startup Founders

BY Shaw Li on December 22, 2020

Product managers who have never worked with founders often find their first experience a bit jarring. “f**ked” and “crazy” have definitely been thrown around. But “crazy” is a label we use when we don’t understand. What makes working with founders challenging and different from other executives? What do founders do? Founders at early stage startups […] Read more »

MVP or EVP: Which is the Best Option for Your Startup?

BY Swati Sharma on December 7, 2020

What’s the one dream every budding entrepreneur has? To become a million-dollar startup-unicorn like Amazon, Uber, Instagram. But the road to success isn’t that easy. Roadblocks like increasing competition, time constraints, market saturation, changing trends, evolving technologies, and limited funds make the destination look farther away. Meanwhile, the mounting pressure of being out-competed keeps pulling you […] Read more »

How to Price Your Product in a Startup

BY Fanni Fejes on May 22, 2020

I’m sure you’ve heard about strategic or value-based pricing, where price is determined according to the value it creates for the customer. It sounds great, we all want to avoid overpricing or underpricing our product and any subsequent revenue loss, but how do we do it? I’m a product coach at Founders Factory. We’ve found […] Read more »

When do you let go of Process and Accept Controlled Chaos?

BY Diana Hsieh on December 10, 2018

I’ve worked at two different startups, going from beta to 1.0 as the first non-founding member of the product team. Surprisingly, I had a completely different experience at each startup, even though they were both open source databases. If I were forced to prioritize (as all product managers naturally tend to do) and choose the most […] Read more »