Product Management often feels like they are too tactical, and they should be more strategic, but not all tactical tasks are bad to own.
The most powerful 3 words in a Product Manager's vocabulary is "It's My Fault." The blame game should not be in your toolbox, you own the product, act like it. Your team will thank you
The way we work, and the type of work we will do is changing. In my past research, one name has come up over and over, David Autor of MIT
Product Management is different from most roles in that you are always thinking about the product, and the myriad threads that it takes to make it. So, when you need to unplug, do not feel guilty
In the modern era, it seems that product management and organizations have eschewed the venerable MRD or marketing requirements document. However, it still has a place in the toolkit, and it should be leveraged more often
A topic that often comes up is where to find new product managers, and often people with certain titles are mentioned. But there are other important or more important) considerations
Christina Wodtke’s latest is a gripping read, combining a compelling story line, with some novel, and useful ideas to help team dynamics and how to lead. Without giving too much of the story away (trust me, this is a page turner) the main...