Creating new products can appear exciting and glamorous compared to managing an in-life product.
But in-life is where a product idea is put into practice and where the money is earned!
Sometimes companies do things on their websites that are designed to deliberately mislead us.
They are known as dark patterns – but are they good or bad design?
You’ve launched your product. The early planning was good, and at launch the product appeared to have a good market fit.
But, now things have gone awry.
Read on to discover the 4 common in-life product problems and how to handle them.
Minimum Viable Product (MVP) versus Optimal product – what’s the difference and the MVP trap that many companies fall into.
Watch our short video to explain the theory behind the Lean Product, MVPs and Optimal Products.
As a product manager, there are always hard decisions.
What would you decide to do with this typical launch dilemma?
Is your direction set by whatever crisis you face? Are you busy reacting to the requests of others? Does your email drive you?
Don’t swim with the shoal – why product managers need to lead.
Internal product managers come up against unique obstacles and dilemmas. The challenge is serving internal customers rather than selling to external customers.
If you’re stuck in your role as an internal product manager we’ve outlined 6 ways to break free.
Don’t waste your training budget.
Use this 15-point checklist to confirm the training provider you’re considering is right for you.
Do you spend your time fixing things, answering the same old questions and going round in circles like a hamster in a wheel?
Maybe you should be working on the product not in the product.
Avoid product managers acting as an expert helpdesk.
Focus on the fuzzy front-end.