Product Management Conferences are a valuable opportunity to get inspiration for your daily work through new input and build a robust network. Both are incredibly important to make progress in your career as a product manager.… Continue Reading
While most of the product managers out there are still finding their place in this new domain; we see product people starting’grow up’ in their organizations. That either means you look at growing horizontally in your field or begin to embark on the management path of becoming a product leader.… Continue Reading
Expect to hear more in-depth advice from me on validation of product hypotheses in the next couple of weeks as the (product) conference season comes to an end mid-November for this year.… Continue Reading
Not every company provides enough clarity about the product management tasks which are expected from their employees. That’s why this extensive guide will walk you through the general expectations on that role and which specific domains you need to master to become a successful Product Manager.… Continue Reading
While stating the critical hypotheses around your product are already part of the early product discovery phases, it’s sometimes difficult to find the right format for executing against them. I ran into this situation just recently and decided to put together a Hypothesis Template which I want to share with you as a free resource:
User Story Mapping is an incredible powerful exercise to dismantle product ideas into tangible value drivers and derive an MVP-oriented prioritization from it.
And even though it has become a default framework within my product management set of tools through numerous repetitions, I often times make a mistake which interferes with some of my most important foundations of product development.… Continue Reading
Even though product people now already start arguing about whether to focus on the riskiest assumptions instead of a viable product, the good old term MVP is still a good conversation starter.… Continue Reading
A/B Split Testing is the most powerful tool of a product manager for getting from gut feeling and HiPPO driven product decisions to actual progress based on measurable outcomes.
But while it’s comparably easy to asses a tool and implement your first testing setup, there are a couple of meta mistakes I see being made from time to time among product managers (and which I’ve made myself).… Continue Reading