Rob created the Feature Canvas to help manage the development of major new features. We think other product managers would find it valuable. He presented about it at Product School recently, and offered to share it on the podcast. Some of you already have a picture in your head what that might look like, simply based Read More
In our earlier episode about how to answer the “product teardown” question in a product manager job interview, we promised a real life example. Here it is!
How do you lay the foundations for success when starting your first product management job, or your third, or your tenth? In this episode we go through a set of ten activities that – if you do them – will get you off to a great start.
In this pair of episodes, we focus on that very common and somewhat feared question that occurs in many product management interviews: What’s a product you like and how would you improve it? I think we can all agree that in an interview context, the interviewer does not really care what products you like. This Read More
We product managers are not our customers. Without good market information, we can’t make good product decisions. So, we need to spend a lot of time talking to customers and our market to find out what we should make. Here’s how to do that better.
It’s a question we all get a lot from our executives – “How much money will we make from this feature?” In this episode we explore a few techniques for answering the question.