Product Management Blog Retrospective

The Product Coalition

What I Learned from a Year of Product Management Blogging. Write your Passion There are many reasons why people start writing blogs. In my blog, this was not the case. I started writing a blog about a year ago in order to express my thoughts. Pick a Theme There are many blogs on product management and many of them I follow. Throughout my blog I try not to focus on recipes of how to do things because I believe it is different in every company.

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5 Killer Blog Posts on Products and Product Management

Craft.io

It’s even harder to find truly valuable blog content for product managers. The post 5 Killer Blog Posts on Products and Product Management appeared first on Product Management Blog. Tips on Product Management andrew chen content prodmgmt blogs product management

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Escape From the Feature Roadmap to Outcome-driven Development

Mind the Product

The default behaviour of a team with this kind of roadmap is to complete one feature and then start developing the next one, even if the context (strategy, user needs, competition) has changed. I’ve made a lot of roadmaps in my time.

10 years of professional blogging – what I’ve learned

Andrew Chen

Of course everyone knows the mechanics of setting up a blog – but the hard part is finding your voice, figuring out topics that are interesting for other folks to read, and building a long-term habit. Without further ado, here are a few opinions I’ve developed up along the way: Titles are 80% of the work, but you write it as the very last thing. To develop the habit, put a calendar reminder each Sunday for 2 hours. Stay consistent on your blog format and topic.

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The 5 Levels of Analytics Maturity

As a result, the new world of software development is. Logi developed the Analytics Maturity Model to represent the. The ISVs, SaaS providers, and IT developers that can offer. incremental development effort. FROM BASIC BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE REQUIREMENTS TO.

Agile Software Development: We’ve Come Full Circle

Proficientz – Product Management University

When Agile software development took the software world by storm, it was like many other paradigm shifts before it. Sprints: Sprints have made software development teams more productive because they can digest requirements in spoon-size bites versus swallowing the elephant. In other words, product managers are responsible for drawing the target and product owners are responsible for working with developers to hit that target with the right product capabilities.

The Art of Developing Your Launch Strategy

Actuation Consulting

However, what you initially plan must evolve as a more details emerge in the later stages of product development. When a new product is involved, launch costs can occasionally exceed the cost of product development. 2 – Your messaging must be solidly developed. 3 – Your launch plans must align with the overall product strategy and development plan. 5 – Develop measureable short and long-term criteria for assessing the success of the launch.

15 Must-Have Resources for Ionic App Developers

Appsee

Whoever said that developers weren’t social, was wrong. This community was created for developers and front-end designers to share, search, create, and show off their work. Egghead is entirely geared toward developers. Blogs: Medium. Ionic Blog.

With Jetpack, Android Development Has Leapfrogged iOS

Atomic Spin PM

Over the past six years, I’ve done a lot of iOS development (and written a lot about iOS ). But as a software consultant, I need to be flexible, and I’ve done my fair share of Android development as well. That topic could be a blog post in itself.

Reduce Development Rework with Software Usage Analytics

Revulytics

Perhaps you’re even sitting in a comfy yet productivity-inspiring Steelcase chair as you pore over this blog post. In fact, studies have shown that software development teams spend 40 to 50 percent of their time on avoidable rework.

3 Ways to Enlist Your Usage Data to Drive Product Development

Mind the Product

Or a blog has landed in the inbox of senior management, detailing the loss of customer who didn’t renew a subscription for your company’s software, and why they moved to a competitor – and suddenly, the product roadmap is being called into question. Having reliable data available in real-time allows you to quickly and accurately sort through what is a valid concern and what is not, keep your team on task, and let data-driven product development reign.

Is Agile Product Development Right for Your Team?

The Product Coalition

Well, for those who are unsure about what Agile Product Development means, this post will refresh their memory first. Indeed, it has been a while since Agile was first popularized by a manifesto from product developers. Change is welcome at every stage of development.

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How to Develop a Great Customer Value Proposition

Sequent Learning

The post How to Develop a Great Customer Value Proposition appeared first on Sequent Learning Networks. Product Managers must know the importance of a great customer value proposition.

Voice of Customer: Why VoC should lead your product development process

Usersnap

Should the Voice of Customer influence product development? In Frost & Sullivan’s survey research on R&D/innovation and product development priorities, 84% of the respondents declare that they employ the voice of customers (VoC) in their product development cycle.

Feedback Is The Key To Success In Product Development

Sequent Learning

The post Feedback Is The Key To Success In Product Development appeared first on Sequent Learning Networks. BLOG FEATURED PRODUCT MARKETING

The Best Books on Product Development

The Product Coalition

Here are four product development “schools of thought” and the best books to read on each of them. The Waterfall Method Waterfall describes the traditional, linear product development method: idea, prototype, testing, launch. Product Design and Development ? —?Karl

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Testing at every stage of development

UserTesting

Maybe the new product was aesthetically wonderful but was also so hard to use … The post Testing at every stage of development appeared first on UserTesting Blog. It is widely known that a majority—up to 80%—of new products fail. The reasons are manifold.

What you should consider when developing a product strategy

Craft.io

This blog has already addressed the different stages of Product Development Strategy. You must create the strategy timeline and develop milestones for measuring the progress of the campaign as part of defining your strategy.

The Role of Growth in Mobile Product Development

Amplitude

There’s so much more road to travel, much more product development needed, and this is where brands often get tripped up. This post explains how to incorporate growth thinking and action into each major phase of product development. Phase 2: Initial Product Development.

How product development teams can build a culture of collaboration

RealtimeBoard

How product development teams can build a culture of collaborationProduct development teams today are working in a changing environment: our work is becoming more distributed, and our tools for work and communication have migrated online. Not only that, but teams are highly cross-functional in nature: we are designers, developers, product managers, scrum masters.

Ryan Hoover on how to develop products people love

RealtimeBoard

Ryan Hoover on how to develop products people loveRecently, Product Hunt released a new feature called Product Hunt Tab, a virtual coworking space. The post Ryan Hoover on how to develop products people love appeared first on MiroBlog | A blog by Miro We chatted with founder Ryan Hoover on how the team landed on the idea, and their process for bringing new products to the community.Anna SavinaAuthorHow did the idea for Product Hunt Tab […].

New Product Development Strategy – From Idea to Commercialization

Craft.io

When it comes to successful new product development, productivity is key. Entrepreneurs seeking to remain relevant, efficacious and profitable must continuously conceive and develop new products that not only make it to the market, but also deliver great value to target audience members.

Developing A Product Vision and Strategy

Actuation Consulting

Characteristics Specific to a Well Developed Product Vision. website I consulting I training I toolkits I books I blog I twitter. The post Developing A Product Vision and Strategy appeared first on Actuation Consulting. Over the past few weeks we’ve considered a number of key product management tools. Today we will look at two of the most important: the Product Vision and Product Strategy documents.

Product Management Journey?—?Developer to Consultant to Product Manager

The Product Coalition

Developer to Consultant to Product Manager If you asked me 5 years ago, I didn’t even know what Product Management was. I started off my journey as a UI developer at PayPal Engineering Singapore. Product Management Journey?—?Developer

Product Management Insights: How Usage Analytics Helps Your Developers

Revulytics

In fact, a single developer built it in a couple of spare hours one afternoon. What’s more, as my team dug into this use case, we found out that users were buying the product just for this piece of functionality and ignoring the features we spent much more time developing. It brought home to my team in a real way one of the constant challenges we face in software development: Our reality might be very different from our users’ reality.

My Top 5 challenges of Product Management and Development?—?Part I

The Product Coalition

Photo by Marina Hinic from Pexels My Top 5 challenges of Product Management and Development?—?Part Part I Measuring Product Development Note: this is Part I of an (I hope) 5 Part series Product Management and Development are quite hard.

New Product Development Strategy – From Idea to Commercialization

Craft.io

When it comes to successful product development, productivity is key. Entrepreneurs seeking to remain relevant, efficacious and profitable must continuously conceive and develop new products that not only make it to the market, but also deliver great value to target audience members.

Why we ditched two-week sprints for a better product development process

RealtimeBoard

Why we ditched two-week sprints for a better product development processRob McMackinLead Product Designer at SliteTwo-week sprints are ubiquitous at tech companies, with the assumption that they help teams ship products faster and better. The post Why we ditched two-week sprints for a better product development process appeared first on MiroBlog | A blog by Miro

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Hiten Shah on how to avoid common pitfalls of product development

RealtimeBoard

Hiten Shah on how to avoid common pitfalls of product development In today’s fast-changing business environment, it’s critical to consistently come up with valid product ideas, scale them and move forward to create the future for your customers. The post Hiten Shah on how to avoid common pitfalls of product development appeared first on RealtimeBlog | A blog by RealtimeBoard

Mobile Testing on iPhoneX – What Developers Need to Know

Amir Rozenberg

From a developer perspective, that innovation may not have been as popular. The introduction of the notch made it confusing for app developers to know exactly how to develop the app.

Mobile Testing on iPhoneX – What Developers Need to Know

Amir Rozenberg

From a developer perspective, that innovation may not have been as popular. The introduction of the notch made it confusing for app developers to know exactly how to develop the app.

7 Lessons We Learned About Product Development From Our Own Customers

Amplitude

At the Product Analytics Summit in Seattle this past March, we chatted with some of our customers about how they use Amplitude as part of their product development toolbox. It helps you stay in tune with user needs and helps you make product development decisions that cater to those needs.

The 3 Big C’s of Agile Development and Testing

Amir Rozenberg

You see a 60 day development period and then after all that, the team shares their code.The outcome of such a scenario is creating or extending the post-sprint stabilization phase, where developers need to test and redo integration points.

How Buffer is managing product development in a fully distributed team

RealtimeBoard

How Buffer is managing product development in a fully distributed team Here at RealtimeBoard, we set out on a mission to build a universal whiteboarding tool that helps companies to embrace digital transformation, manage remote teams and think visually in order to speed up internal processes and delight their customers. The post How Buffer is managing product development in a fully distributed team appeared first on RealtimeBoard Blog.

The 3 Big C’s of Agile Development and Testing

Amir Rozenberg

You see a 60 day development period and then after all that, the team shares their code.The outcome of such a scenario is creating or extending the post-sprint stabilization phase, where developers need to test and redo integration points.

Design System in Sketch: Simplify Designer Developer Collaboration

UX Studio

These make it possible for many designers and developers to collaborate efficiently on the same product and keep the design consistent. The developers can build the UI from common assets and rules according to the prototypes, right? Several blog posts and articles already describe how to create a design system on Sketch and how awesome this tool is for this purpose. Consult the developers who will work on the project – Different dev teams have different requirements.

The Three Stages of Product Management Maturity

Proficientz – Product Management University

Continuity is the key to developing your team through each stage, and a common product management framework is the key to continuity. Blog Roles & Responsibilities

How LookFar Labs optimizes product development and collaboration with remote clients

RealtimeBoard

Getting everyone on the same page: How LookFar Labs optimizes product development and collaboration with remote clients TODAY, EVERY ORGANIZATION NEEDS TO BECOME A TECH COMPANY. But how can leaders of these organizations go through this transformation if they don’t have the expertise to start developing digital products and services and leverage this new possibility […].

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Developing an experience map for AI startups to define their product vision

RealtimeBoard

Developing an experience map for AI startups to define their product vision Here at RealtimeBoard, we empower team-driven companies to create outstanding products and experiences while we turn challenges of distributed work into competitive advantages. The post Developing an experience map for AI startups to define their product vision appeared first on RealtimeBoard Blog.

Creating Your Product Vision: Two Parts Customer, One Part Product

Proficientz – Product Management University

Blog Market & Customer Insights Positioning & Sales Enablement Product Development & Delivery Strategy & Product PlanningCreating your product vision can be difficult when you focus too much on the product.

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