I’ve found that a simple technique for improving product delivery involves “installing ramp meters” by committing to a clear cross-team cadence for reevaluating priorities.
Just as a bridge creates new value by connecting previously unconnected pieces of land, a product manager creates new value by connecting previously unconnected user needs and organization-supplied solutions.
Product management is somehow both stupefyingly simple, and maddeningly complex — not unlike the human beings that product managers spend much of their time cajoling.
Most grocery shoppers think in terms of a) upcoming meals & b) products that need refilling. Online grocers should embrace this paradigm, rather than replicate typical e-commerce design patterns.
Assessing market positioning through the eyes of your customers using a novel visualization approach.
Several analyses have shown that roughly half of all projects will run late or never finish. Yet, many organizations continue to be blindingly optimistic when they plan projects. This visualization explains why.
This is the story all about how Night Train got started, what our first (and arguably most successful) product was, and what's next for us.
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