What is product management? At its core, it is defining a need, working to develop a solution to fill that need, and then making sure that people who need can get it
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A collection of posts that offer common, useful insight and information for product managers regardless of where in your product management journey.
If you are in an engineering led organization, life as a product manager can face challenges. Go in with your eyes wide open.
A common flaw in product management is to confuse yourself with the customer. You aren't the customer, but you represent the customer in the process
Review: The Product Manager's Survival Guide. A worthy addition to any product manager's bookshelf, regardless of experience
Structured Customer Visits are an important part of the product management repertoire. Building the right cross-functional team is key
Sometimes it is as simple as just asking. Customer visits, structured to elicit information and needs are the life's blood of product management
Segmentation of the market improves your ability to target and focus on what you can do, and for whom, ignoring distractions and time wasters
While the channel isn't usually product managements responsibility, understanding the typical channel structures can improve your relationships
Need to price something? This post can help you understand the basics. An initial overview of the concepts, and a lead in to more advanced topics
Product Managers should be well read, and there are some "must haves" in your library. Far from a complete list, these are my go-to's
The Product Manager as the CEO of the product? Hogwash. That myth is dispelled in this post, and good riddance!
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