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I’ve been doing product management for a long time, and I remember very well what it was like to work on Product Requirement Documents (aka PRDs, Market Requirements, Business Requirements, Functional Specs, and more).
Product Discovery is the process of analyzing if an idea should be developed into a product and is a critical skill for all product managers. In this Webinar, we'll propose a holistic approach to doing product discovery that scales from startups to enterprise scenarios.
Powerful introduction to product discovery at any scale.
I recently had the opportunity to interview candidates for a PM position on behalf of a company I consulted for. The deliverables I got, were…not the best. And since these were, on paper, experienced PMs, that led me to believe that there is a big knowledge gap in how to write proper product requirement documents (PRDs) that actually manifest into living breathing products in a minimal amount of time.
As a product manager, you always seek to achieve impact with your products. However, in order to achieve significant impact, you need to take risks — sometimes big risks. Are there any best practices to mitigate product risk? How can you pursue risks while still maintaining credibility with your team?
No man (or woman) is an island. Now, more than ever, the entire world is understanding the importance of human connection and people are actively connecting with the people they know (and the people they want to know) in new and innovative ways.
We want brands that believe in us the same way that we believe in ourselves. We want brands that will empower us to be those people we want to be. In a world where we don't feel that outside structures are set up for us, we have to find our futures in ourselves.”
Our podcast offering this week takes a look at the wider SaaS community to see how everyone is coping with the current global situation. We speak to Atlassian, Stack Overflow, Shopify Plus, Zencastr and Monday.com
To be clear, Product Thinking or Product Sense are just names given to interviews where the interviewers test your understanding of the role and very thoroughly assess your thinking as an aspiring or an experienced Product Manager. Questions primarily revolve around Product Design, Product Launch and Product Improvement. But before we dive deep into these, let’s try to understand what it means to be a product thinker.
The low code, no code paradigm is an evolution in development environments. Historically, if you wanted to build a product, you went to a developer and they started from scratch building the product from the first line of code.
A beginners guide to Pricing Strategy — The role Pricing Principles play in maximising returns, the concept of Exchange Value to Consumer, theoretical application, and why Product Team should drive product pricing.
In this Friday Fifteen episode, Matt Anderson, your guest teacher, walks you through 13 questions you should be asking about your software product pricing in order to innovate better.
We’ve decided to charge $100 per month for our next product. Could we generate more sales if we priced it at $95, $97, or $99? Probably. But we don’t want to use that psychological pricing tactic any longer.