We’ve all been through the interview process. Here are some of my favorite Product Manager interview questions to ask or answer during the interview process to determine which candidates have not only the theoretical understanding but also the experience to do the job.
Once a release goes live, it’s easy to focus on the next big release but there are a few items that must be addressed to keep a product process sustainable.
A Historical Roadmap is a basic summary of past releases including a list of the larger release features and when the release launched. It’s a helpful quick reference guide for when people ask you when key features were released.
A Product Manager’s Playbook is a document that summarizes the most important aspects of the product and serves as a high-level overview of all things necessary to know for a Product Manager to be successful. Here’s a list of what I’m putting into mine.
Is it better to rip off the band-aid or slowly remove it when it comes to introducing major product UI changes to software?
Product Managers should focus on sales enablement, not individual sales people
A simple technique to help sort and prioritize your features requests, and avoid common pitfalls.
Three productivity tips I have found helpful in my day to day activities to keep focus and avoid the distractions that always crop up during a normal work day.
This is an article I authored for Rio SEO. The phrase, “content is king” is not only overused but inaccurate when it comes to how content is elected into a high ranking position with the search engines. With links, social signals and other ranking factors, people vote content into the ranking rather than content inheriting its position.
As Product managers, sometimes we focus on the numbers and the logic of how we do what we do. This video focuses a little more into why we should be inspired as Product Managers to do the work that we do. In this video Aziz describes how he was wildly successful with achieving the business objectives of solving a product challenge yet he felt that in reflection, he still fell short of creating what he refers to as a “pure product.”
Inforgraphics are a loved content approach for many marketers. What will these content pieces look like in the future and will they even be around a year from now? The Content Marketing Institute interviewed six experts on their thoughts and I weigh in with one of my own.
Google seems to be a victim of their own success when it comes to their Google Doodles. Now the search results seem to be filled with mostly pages around Google’s Doodle, not the actual topic Google is trying to promote.