Looking back at two and a half decades in product management, and realizing how blessed I have been to have landed where I have.
When you don't know something, admit it. Honestly, it will be OK. The alternatives will damage your credibility, and hamper your reputation.
Big shift, moving to Ghost and aligning our chakras has been the project of this long weekend. Hope you like the change!
A staple of product management is the pursuit of adjacent markets. But sometimes, that just doesn't work
When product managers get together, they often whinge about how much tactical bullshit is on their plate. They shouldn't
Words have power. In product management, there is a phrase that is your secret power. Do not be afraid to use it.
Product Management is a stressful career, and even when you are "off" you are likely thinking about the job. Disconnect to save your sanity
The old school product management world we lived and died by the Market Requirements Document. Sometimes, it is worth the effort to create it
Product managers aren't born, they come from other roles. Some are more likely than others, but all need to build customer and market empathy
Book review: "The Team that Managed Itself" is an entertaining yet informative view of a team in a game studio that can teach real world lessons
Domain Knowledge vs. Product Management skills, which is better? In this post, I posit that it is sufficient to "know enough" domain knowledge
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