Product Management Career

Pathways to a Product Management Career

If you’re reading this, you’re exploring how to become a Product Manager and you’ve undoubtedly concluded that you will be…

Product Management Skills

Skilled Product Leaders Can Manage Business Disruptions

A constant in business today is the speed and scope of change. Businesses encounter disruption more frequently than ever. In…

Product Management Skills

Why women make great product managers

Marty Cagan, founder of the Silicon Valley Product Group, delivered the opening keynote to the 2016 Mind the Product Conference….

Product Management Career

Feature prioritization in product management: the key to building products that sell

There are many methodologies for feature prioritization in product management. If you are a product manager dealing with this, beware…

Product Management Career

Women Succeeding in the World of Product Management

“Growing up in the 1970’s, I watched The Bionic Woman and Charlie’s Angels. They became my female role models and…

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In Product Management, it’s Not About the Big Idea. It’s About the Problem You Need to Solve.

In reality, there are already too many ideas. Maybe even too many big ideas. That’s the bad news. Here’s the good…

Product Management Career

Product Management: A Field Where There is Great Power in Saying ‘No’

I sat in a meeting about business strategy recently and one of the pieces of advice I gave the leadership…

Product Management Career

Would-Be Product Manager’s Instruction Manual

People often describe a product manager as “CEO of the Product.” This sounds appealing, but the reality is that product…

Product Management Skills

The Skills It Takes To Become a Product Manager

To become a great Product Manager, takes a lot of skills — business acumen, technical smarts and emotional intelligence.  Many parts will…

Product Management Questions

Where Does Product Management Fit?

Recently a CEO asked me if the marketing department should include product management and marketing communications. His concern was that…