The secret to acing a product management interview isn’t just knowing what questions to expect. It’s getting inside your interviewer’s mind, and understanding why they’re asking you these questions, and what they want to know.
There’s a whole bunch of Ms going around. MVP, MLP, MVE… It can be hard to keep up.
Today we’re taking a look at MVE — Minimum Viable Experience.
In a nutshell, Minimum Viable Experience (MVE) is the minimum 360 experience that your company gives a customer, and includes everything from marketing and customer support, to the product itself.
The benefits of defining and aiming to provide an MVE, is that it keeps your focus right where it should be — on your customers. …
To say that diversity and inclusion are long overdue conversations in the tech industry is an understatement. Sure, diversity has been a hot button issue with FAANG companies in the last few years, but have we really been talking about it in the right way? Or have the same people been sitting in the same boardrooms, and saying all the things that were said in the last diversity meeting? That’s not progress, that’s ticking diversity off of the to-do list and forgetting about it.
Luckily, things seem to be moving in the right direction, and the credit goes to those…
This is part 3 of our Side Project Series. To get caught up check out parts one and two:
Starting your own side project is something we’ve touched on in the past, but thanks to the events of 2020, the importance of building something for yourself cannot be overstated. This is for a few reasons…
There are plenty of books about leadership. There are plenty of books about product management. But how many books are there about product leadership?
Petra Wille, independent product leadership consultant and coach, is on a mission to help leaders to up their people-development game. Her new book, Strong Product People, is packed with advice, tips, tricks, and frameworks to help leaders to invest in their teams.
We got to chat with Petra about her views on the product management industry, and we dove deep into the process of writing a first book, and how leaders can help their teams to…
It sounds like something out of a fairytale, doesn’t it? Stories, epics, themes and initiatives are the building blocks of great agile product management. They’re especially useful when you’ve got an impossibly large task ahead of you, like slaying a dragon or launching an enormous and complicated digital product. (Yes, they’re absolutely the same thing.)
When you’ve got a mountain to climb, you need to break it down into manageable parts of the journey. It’s why Everest has base camps, and it’s how great digital products get built.
Today we’ll show you how work is broken down in agile, into…
Anyone who even comes close to product development knows that endless testing is all part of building great digital products! But how do you run a great test? And why exactly is a product manager in charge of it all?!
If you’re passionate about reaching your conversion goals, improving your user experience, and increasing revenue, you need to get up all in those A/B tests!
Today, we’re going to go into what A/B testing is, why it matters for PMs (yes, even the non-technical ones!) and take a look at how Netflix aces personalization through A/B testing. …
We’re big believers that product and marketing can be the best of friends. In fact, they should be! Product-led growth is proving to be one of the most effective marketing strategies for SaaS companies. While marketing isn’t one of the chief responsibilities for the Product Manager, it’s useful for PMs to keep an eye on marketing trends and find ways to integrate them during development.
PMs can learn a lot from digital marketers, and adding to this skillset can help you work more effectively with your product marketing team.
Even in B2B, conversational marketing is the place to be. According…
User stories are an important part of product development, which means they’re something that any product manager worth their salt needs to master! User stories might be confused with user personas, as user personas are more commonly known across a variety of disciplines, but they are in fact very different things.
You might have seen user stories in their most common formula:
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