February, 2017

All the posts published.

Problem What are three broad phases of launching a product and the respective activities within each phases ?   . Action Broadly defined below are the three phases of launch bucketed in Pre-release, Release and Post-Release segments. Below chart might apply to a broad range of products and not necessarily software products. One must note that not all steps in each phase are mandatory rather the firm should check for …

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Problem When designing products, how to create a story board from ideas & a basic linear story flow ? . Action Storyboards are similar to scenarios, goal is to chart out the flow in a given user-product interaction scenario. Interaction could also be between machines with system A being a user of system B. Idea is to keep details to an optimal level to outline the story flow structure. 2 …

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An incredible article by Suhaas Kaul. A must read for all Product Leaders. Source:  LINK Who are product managers and why you should never hire a ‘good’ Product Manager for your company ? Engineers build the product, Designers design the UI andUX of the product, Marketeers market the product, QA test the product and Product Managers… So, who are these product managers? What do they do? Why do you even need …

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Problem How to outline team member objectives and cascading results among an organization’s product team members? How to align a product team member’s goals either distilling up-wards to create organization’s goals or channeling down top-down goals into personal goals ? How to organize and execute the goals that your company has set out to fulfill ? . Action Utilize Google’s Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) is a system for setting …

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Problem When designing products, how to select appropriate metrics that reflect Quality of user experience Goals of your product . Action Try the Google’s H.E.A.R.T framework. Original Post by Kerry Rodden. Source – LINK Happiness: measures of user attitudes, often collected via survey. For example: satisfaction, perceived ease of use, and net-promoter score. Engagement: level of user involvement, typically measured via behavioral proxies such as frequency, intensity, or depth of …

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Problem To know what are the most popular Product Management tools used in industry by Product Manager for a variety of tasks ? . Action Use below recommended tools from Product Manager HQ website – LINK List Dated: October’ 2016 Collaboration Confluence: Wiki tool to centralize your team’s product knowledge. Google Sites: Launch an intranet for your company, a project site for your team or a portal for customers with our …

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