Product manager’s Blog
Blog about leading the product.
to ensure The differences between a product manager and a product owner have been argued about for more than 20 years, since the role of the product owner started to put down its roots. In the background is the argument about what responsibility each has and where...
The company's product strategy is intended to guide the organization's efforts towards the goals set for the product. If the product fails totally, then the reason is usually a bad idea. On the background of poorly performing products, there is either an incompetent...
Daniel Zacarias started his career working as an engineer. He studied software engineering at university, and after studies moved slowly from engineering to project management, and from there towards product management. – I would say that it is a somewhat common path...
Why do you need a product strategy?
An effective product strategy makes portfolio management and prioritization more easy and efficient. On the blog, we’ll discuss the benefits of a product strategy – and what a good product strategy entails.
Professional career and product management have one thing in common: too often they are left to drift towards the unknown without a clear plan. A product manager’s career requires planning. With these five tips, you are creating a successful career for yourself.
In many organizations, the responsibilities of Product Manager and Product Owner are happily overlapping. When responsibilities are similar, there is a risk that tasks become so unclear that something essential remains to be done.
While agile methods are already being deployed in product development, the majority of
mid-sized and large companies still use the traditional waterfall model in the development of
their business operations.
Product management is the management of a product or service that aims to maximize the product’s monetary value. Product strategy is an important part of product management.
Team spirit gets a huge lift just by taking some coffee breaks with the team. A successful working environment requires chatting and small talk, since it improves trust and makes working much more efficient.