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3 Critical Skills Preventing You From Becoming a Great Product Manager

280 Group

We often hear the old adage, “forget your weaknesses, play to your strengths!” Since every product manager is different, we encourage you to take the assessment here to identify your own strengths and weaknesses and to start thinking strategically about your career. when talking about the fastest way to get ahead in your career.

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How to Create an App Like Uber: React Native App Development Costs

The Product Coalition

All you need is a company providing React Native services and an outstanding team of developers who know exactly what they’re doing. Before you start planning your budget, let’s see why Uber is so popular and discuss what you need to develop a React Native app like it. yeah, don’t forget to develop a version for drivers.

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How to Build Mobile Apps Customers Really Want

Alchemer Mobile

Two findings that are of particular interest to mobile PMs were areas of strength and weakness in product management skills. It’s great that most PMs are strong in the customer understanding skill set but troublesome that competitive analysis is a weak spot. Develop real personas that reflect your customers.

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Build vs. Buy: When to Buy Software or Build It Yourself

Alchemer Mobile

Juggling your company’s immediate needs with long-term goals is always tricky, but when it comes to purchasing a tool to make your team’s lives easier, managers tasked with the decision to build or buy often struggle in what seems to be a comparison of apples to oranges. 3rd party mobile SDKs are common. Time to market.

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Build vs. Buy: When to Buy Software or Build It Yourself

Alchemer Mobile

Juggling your company’s immediate needs with long-term goals is always tricky, but when it comes to purchasing a tool to make your team’s lives easier, managers tasked with the decision to build or buy often struggle in what seems to be a comparison of apples to oranges. What it really comes down to, however, is delegation.

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Different Types of Product Owners

The Product Coalition

The Scribe Product Owner A scribe is like a really poor waiter in a restaurant. A scribe just takes your order regardless, of whether it’s a good or a bad idea, they don’t add any value. A coping strategy is if you are a proxy or a scribe or even a business representative, become a developer on the team.

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Managing Problematic Investor Ideas

Mind the Product

At a time when so much of today’s B2B ecosystem is built around software products, I believe it has become incumbent on the people responsible for designing, developing, and building these products to take back leadership of how our companies are run, and lead us all back to a culture of responsible growth. Here I’ll discuss how.