A roadmap is a document that’s responsive to change, and communicative with the rest of your organisation. Roadmapping is a continual, evolutionary activity and so you can never really claim to have ‘ticked it off’. But even such an ever-changing tool as your roadmap has to start somewhere. Whether you’re creating your first roadmap for […]
A customer asked us the other day how to map his own product to our roadmap format, and threw in an analogy of a house to phrase the question: I need to build our roadmap this month, with our high level modules all covered, and then detail individual requirements within those roadmap elements, possibly again […]
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Although “Do they like it” might seem like an abstract – and immeasurable – concept at first, there are plenty of quantitative measurements you can apply to new product developments in order to determine what’s a success. The key to analysis is to work on your metrics from the very start of the idea management […]
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Your product vision is the cornerstone of your product strategy. It informs your roadmap, which informs your day to day decisions as a product team. But for something so very critical to the make or break of your products, it’s very easy for a vision to become lofty, intangible and ultimately ineffective. That’s why we […]
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In this competitive market, it’s essential for you to offer your employees opportunities for advancement and enrichment. Product managers must be confident in their abilities in order to conduct thoughtful and profitable business, to ensure an excellent user experience and to adeptly utilize technology for the betterment of the company and user alike. Product Management […]
The product team – at the heart of business, technology and customers – interacts with many different people in many different teams. So if you’re in product you might find yourself in either the best position of the business, or one of the most challenging. It all comes down to company culture and daily politics […]
Due to the high demand following our workshops at 2014 MTP.con, we are pleased to announce four new ways to develop your product management skills, each being taught by true experts in each of their specialisation areas. These four separate all-day sessions, held on Friday March 27th, will only hold 30 attendees because we know […]
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There are many different ways to get feedback on your products. Usability testing is just one of them, and there are equally as many different techniques to do just that. Although this often conjures up ideas of expensive, time-consuming and challenging recruitment procedures, there are rough and ready options out there for usability testing. It’s […]
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With the start of a new year – like nearly every other human being on the planet – I have been struck by a spell of optimism and the spirit of self-improvement. And up there on the list is becoming a more awesome product manager. As product people, we’re in the business of forming a […]
A gift list for product managers is fast becoming an annual tradition of ours. With the holiday season fast creeping up, the MTP team put our heads together to come up with the ultimate list of goodies that are making our eyes twinkle this festive season. If you have a special product person in your […]