Everybody thinks they can be a product manager. One techie forum that I hang out on has a fetish for cheaper cars (or trucks) but they miss the mark in analysis
Saying goodbye is an art, and a way to reinforce your friendships, solidify connections that you will use in the future, and leave a positive impression
I am humbled. A post I wrote a while back was picked up by them, and it blew up stats wise. Turns out it made their top posts lists too.
Of the myriad tasks in product management's world, one affects many groups. Meeting the needs of the stakeholders is key
There has been a lot of ink spilt on UI/UX but remember that development's experience is often quite different than end customers.
Gaining control of your time is a challenge in product management. Being able to work and deliver 'just in time' to manage the chaos
A brief primer on the product life cycle. Every product manager has a significant role in the lifecycle, from cradle to grave. Own it like a boss!
Sometimes, you are handed a pig in a poke, a product so screwed up, or chaotic that you pull your hair out. Embrace the chaos, and WIN
Looking for a product management role? Whether you are breaking in, or a seasoned vet, these tips will help you land the job
Everybody wants to hire rock stars, and that leads to a dearth of qualified product managers on the bench.
You learn by doing, and practice makes perfect (or better). Lessons for product management from golf
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