Why Data is key in Building a Company That Learns

Facing uncertainty is a company’s biggest challenge. It doesn’t matter whether you’re in a startup or an established company, when you start work on a product, you need to validate your problem, your solution, and find your market. When you scale, uncertainty arises in the form of change – your market changes, your users’ needs change, and your organization changes. With that in mind, the most decisive tool you have when facing uncertainty is knowledge. Some companies rely on instinct and opinions to make decisions, but this article focuses on knowledge as a decision-making model.

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How AI is Changing Product Management by fmr Microsoft GPM

Daniel Karuppiah spent more than two decades at Microsoft in Product Management, across the products from Visual Studio, SQL Server, Silverlight, Windows Server, System Center, Silverlight to Microsoft Azure. Today at The Product School podcast, he will talk about how…

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The 7 COs of Product Management

After a journey down a twisted Ñ but in hindsight, logical Ñ path as an engineer, design researcher, UX designer, and product manager, I left my full-time job as VP of Product and Design at a deep learning startup and…

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Inspired: How to Create Tech Products Customers Love

In INSPIRED, technology product management thought leader Marty Cagan provides readers with a master class in how to structure and staff a vibrant and successful product organization, and how to discover and deliver technology products that your customers will love—and…

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Goodbye features, hello goals

Goal-based working means you challenge your product teams with a clear goal, then give them time and resources to identify and deliver solutions to achieve it. ItÕs the opposite of a scope based approach where your team commit (usually months…

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