Product Management Posts

Product Manager – You are Not the CEO of the Product


When you’re a Product Manager, one of the must-read things is the famous Good Product Manager/Bad Product Manager by Ben Horowitz written 20 years ago.

<…> A good product manager is the CEO of the product. A good product manager takes full responsibility and measures themselves in terms of the success of the product. They are responsible for right product/right time and all that entails. <…>

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Is Your Backlog a Graveyard of Features?


My team is a huge fan of sprints and backlogs when it comes to planning projects. But the more we dig into project management, the more negative patterns we observe. One of them relates to the backlog and how it turns into a place where features die. Sounds familiar? Then keep on reading.

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“Is My Product Too Fat?” 5 Ways to Avoid Feature Bloat


Even if you work with a great product team who cares about the customer, chances are you might be building another Frankenstein product with lots of stinking features. How come?

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Fail Fast, Fail Often: Can Losing Help You Win?


Imagine working on a product that should be released in 2 months. You are one month into the project when you discover a mistake made two days ago. And it can destroy your entire project. You think about the nightmare you will be going through when the boss finds out and start to panic.

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10 Best Practices for UX Success in Agile Environment


For the past year, we have been working closely with Agile teams and user experience professionals to discover the best ways to collaborate and achieve great results. For many UX professionals, it’s not always clear how to fit in an Agile project and what to bring in to allow the project run effectively.

In this article, we share the most popular tips and techniques that contribute to the success of Agile projects.

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