Ideally, we would all love to work on a single project or on a development of one specific product, but in reality our daily tasks are rarely that simple.
Employing user personas is a subject I already addressed on this blog, as this technique of mapping out the needs of your audience is an essential tool in product development. I’ve also mentioned in the past that agile timelines are not always afforded the lengthy periods needed to invest in complex personas, and discussed the alternative of using Lean Personas. These, less detailed, profiles can still provide the value and insights your team needs. In this article, I discuss another …
When it comes to successful new product development, productivity is key. Entrepreneurs seeking to remain relevant, efficacious and profitable must continuously conceive and develop new products that not only
Here’s the thing: you can be a great worker, even a great leader, but in order to ensure optimal product management and maximum success, you’re going to have to
This article was originally posted on AndyRosic.com. Most product managers and startup folks miss a stakeholder. I’ve read some great articles lately on how to prioritize product features by folks