4 coaching questions that every product manager should ask when stuck
This month, Caroline Clark, Founder of Product Karma shared four questions to ask yourself when you’re stuck in a rut in product management.
Caroline explains that as a product manager, an important part of your role is interacting with other people to achieve common goals, be that senior leaders, stakeholders or your team. To enable you to achieve great things together, you need to be able to align around a common purpose and overcome any challenges that arise as you progress towards that vision. This is where coaching comes in.
The power of behavioral psychology in product
Sid Saladi, seasoned product leader with over a decade of experience in product management, explores how behavioral psychology can be applied in product management.
In the multifaceted world of product management, understanding the technical elements of a product is just half the battle. The other half lies in comprehending the user’s psyche – the myriad of factors that influence their behavior and decisions. Behavioral psychology offers valuable insights that can significantly impact product design.
Reflections on my journey to becoming a product manager
In his second article for Mind the Product, Titus Chereches reflects on the journey of his career to date and analyses what he finds so fascinating and fulfilling about being a product manager
Titus explains that when you find yourself immersed in a job you truly love, something magical happens. The boundaries between work and play blur, and each day becomes an opportunity for fulfillment and personal growth.
What Netflix’s $900k product manager job tells us about AI
Netflix recently posted a job for an AI product manager with a staggering $900k salary. Product leader, Nichole Mace, share her thoughts…
Product teams are in the natural position to take the lead on AI efforts, Nichole explains. As a function that sits at the intersection of engineering, customer success, sales and marketing, and increasingly even finance, product is more and more becoming the center of the wheel for business motions.
Doing their job well necessitates having a finger on the pulse of all the major motions in the greater organization, so they’re the ideal team to take the lead on implementing a technology that will affect every aspect of a business. We’ve already seen how businesses have rallied around product teams when times get tough—now they’re set to do the same with the dawn of a technology that will make them infinitely better.
Creating intelligent experiences: The role of an AI Product Manager
With the expanding field of data analytics, the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become a powerful tool for data-driven decision-making in product management. In this article, Rudra Choudhury andIsha Chhatwal share a thought process to enable a product manager to leverage AI for product thinking to build AI driven products that solve customer problems.
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