You may already use personas when developing propositions or working on requirements, but have you ever thought about using product manager personas?
They’re useful because they help you think about the skills and behaviour you need to be successful in your job.
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.
Don’t waste your training budget.
Use this 15-point checklist to confirm the training provider you’re considering is right for you.
The average product manager spends 45% of their time fire-fighting.
Whether you call it fire-fighting, trouble shooting or issue resolution – that’s more than 2 days per week! So have you thought about how to be really good at it?
Over the past 10 years we’ve worked with thousands of product managers. We see unique problems but surprisingly lots of very similar ones.
Watch this cartoon video to discover what they are and how to put product management in the driving seat.
The key arguments that will convince your manager to give you some product management training.
Good luck 🙂
For too long product management has been seen as a job rather than a profession.
Do you take your product management seriously?
If you could have stood in front of a mirror and told yourself 2 things when you first started out in product management – what would they have been?
There are a range of product management training options available and it can be difficult to decide which to choose.
Use the following to help decide the best option for you.
As a product manager are you constantly sweeping up the mess made by someone else?
Of course we’re sympathetic … but I sometimes wonder if we bring some of this upon ourselves…