Use the V.A.L.U.A.B.L.E. rubric to write requirements that result in better communication and higher quality features.
Tools and Techniques
As a product manager, one of your most precious resources is your “cognitive storage tank.” It’s like a real fuel tank – when it’s exhausted, your cognitive abilities stop working well. And when that happens, it means you can’t be as innovative, you can’t be as creative, and your decisions get worse. To improve our Read More
As you know, I’ve been doing a weekly video series on YouTube about various product management topics. I’ve found they make good podcasts as well. (Despite the fact that you can’t see the visuals in the podcast – a link to the original video is below!) The topic for this episode is some practical guidance Read More
Risk Versus Price Versus Value This is the second of two episodes centered around what I call the Value Inequality. It’s a way of thinking about your customer’s perception of risk versus cost and value of your product. This one’s a bit wider ranging than the last episode. I start out talking about some of Read More
This episode is about a new way of thinking about pricing, value, and the customer’s perception of risk. I call it the Value Inequality. Of course, the first rule of pricing is: Your product must cost less than the problem costs the customer. No customer will pay more to solve a problem than the problem Read More