Portfolio planning is essential to help your organization decide how it’s going to meet its objectives – get it wrong and you’ll miss targets, waste resources and frustrate stakeholders.
Whether you’re a product manager wanting to position your product with the senior team or a team leader involved in the portfolio planning process this blog provides some insights to the tools you can use to get a robust, transparent process.
REVEALED: The UK’s most popular inventions
A new survey of 2,000 adults commissioned by Product Focus has revealed the UK’s favourite inventions of the past 25 years.
The survey, which explores what Product Management means for our day-to-day lives, turned up some surprising findings, including that the product most people would like invented next is the flying car!
Historically there was a battle between Sales and Product Management. Sales, having more contact with customers, felt they had a better understanding of customer needs than product managers (and sometimes they were right). But I think today the bigger fight is between User Experience (UX) practitioners and product managers.
Product Managers and User Experience professionals are increasingly working together to deliver products. In some cases this relationship is highly productive, leading to outstanding products, but in others, it can be a bit dysfunctional.
Data is a big trend so as a product manager it’s likely you’ll need to get to grips with it.
Our advice is to make sure you’ve got at least basic Excel skills and don’t hesitate to pull in the data scientists if you need help with more complex challenges.
Product management and sport.
Is this the perfect marriage between the disciplines and skills of product management and the emotion and professionalism of sport?
When do you get the opportunity to meet customers? And are these the right type of meeting to get the insights you really need?
I am sure many of you will have seen the Gartner Hype Cycle at some point.
Have you wondered what it’s all about and whether it can help your business?
Learn from this excellent case study how to use a lean requirements process to quickly and efficiently gather software requirements.
UVP – level 3 is an approach created by one of our clients as a way to define and manage the value they deliver to customers. Learn about this approach and how it can help you.
A RHINO is a Really High value New Opportunity. It’s when a sales person in your B2B business comes along with a new customer deal for something that you don’t currently do!
So what next?