Why do Stakeholders always come up with Feature Requests? Because they’re like users – They don’t know what they want.
Influencing the roadmap solely with specific feature requests is their way to remain involved in product development continuously.
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I looked at the cancellation process of theLinkedIn Premium membership to find out how the professional network tries to prevent its paying members from churning.
You can find the complete transcript of my teardown right below.
- Alright. So, I think I’m done with LinkedIn Premium for now.
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In this episode of the Productish podcast, Tim and I are joined by Nikkel Blaase, Product Designer at XING. We’re discussing the impact of Product Thinking on Discovery and Delivery processes in organizations, which prerequisites must be met to implement this mindset and what comes after Product Thinking.… Continue Reading
When I joined ORBIT mid-2016 I was driven by three goals:
- Learning how to build up a company with two incredible entrepreneurs (thanks for inviting me on to this journey, Sven & Johann).
- Establishing a product culture ‘of my own’ by forming an impactful product management and design team.
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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 straightforward hypothesis template which I want to share with you as a free resource.… Continue Reading
In this episode of the Productish podcast, Tim and I are discussing the importance and relevance of technical excellence in product development. Besides discussing the actual definition of the term, we also touched on specific tools and best & worst practices.… Continue Reading
My friend, former colleague and Product Tank Hamburg partner in crime Marc Kadish recently gave a talk at the Working Product conference in Hamburg.
He shared some of the key principles and framework XING uses to define its product roadmap and level up its product management game.… Continue Reading
Calculating user churn rates is essential if you want to maintain a continuous growth strategy. Whether it’s for the primary stakeholders, upper management of external investors: Knowing your churn rate is essential especially when you’re running a SaaS product when your revenue ties directly to the quantity of your user base.… Continue Reading
I recently heard about this attitude in a podcast interview with Raylene Yung, reporting that it reflects overall company values at Stripe.
But instead of ‘only’ applying it on a business level, I think it’s also quite a suitable framework for the split of perspectives product managers face on a regular basis.… Continue Reading
Did you run AB tests before during your career as a product person?
Did you manage to achieve significant results with at least one of those tests?
Did you reject the same idea when a colleague suggests it as an experiment 6+ months after you ran it?… Continue Reading