Widespread Product Management Anti-Patterns
Anti-patterns are common responses to recurring problems that seem like a good idea. These responses are very common.
Product Manager, Not Owner
At GitLab, we have product managers. We don’t call these people product owners because it implies ownership they don’t solely have.
Selling Vs. Learning – Rich Mironov – Medium
If all we see are what our major account teams bring us when the standard solution doesn’t work, we get a deeply biased impression.
Optimizing Your Project for Learning
In Tech we have huge bias for Execution - building and launching the product as fast as possible and with the right quality.
Iteration Is Not Design
Iteration with user feedback is great for identifying problems with your design. It doesn’t do a thing to tell you how to fix those problems.
Feedback Loops and “Done”
Some teams just assume that fast feedback is impossible. It is more like build, build, build — maybe measure — learn eventually.
Why Agile and Roadmaps Don’t Mix
If you’re using agile, you probably used some rough estimation to come up with the timeline. Yet the visualization makes it hard to convey the uncertainty around the timeline.
17 Things Newly Hired Product Managers Should Do In Their First 90 Days
Tips (mostly in the order of its priority) on what you should do in your first 30 to 90 days as a newly hired product management professional in your new company.
Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products (A Review)
Practical tips you can apply to make your products downright addictive.
No, Product Managers Don’t Need to Know Coding
You do not need to know coding to improve yourself as a product manager.
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