“My product roadmap is not getting the right information across to other people in my company. How can I improve it?”
“Juggling all our metric tracking has become increasingly overwhelming.
“How do other teams effectively prioritize and process this information?”
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I seek out “force multipliers” to extract multiple benefits from the same work, like my very own workplace fusion reaction. Can you find your own?
You can help your company to sharpen up its vision and strategy with these straightforward questions and worked examples.
Have you ever wondered why product managers say “it depends” quite so often? The best product managers always have a plan B.
The most successful games and products share a common attribute: they help the user become more skilled throughout their journey. Customer onboarding is a continual process.
“Hi Jock, I’m currently applying for loads of product manager jobs. I’ve received an offer from a sales-led company where the Product team reports in to Sales. Should I take the job?”
Years ago, someone once told me that “perception is reality” when it comes to reputation at work. Of all the lessons I’ve learned in my career, this has been by far one of the hardest.
“Hi Jock, You talk about doing user research directly with users – does it matter that the Operations and Process tracks are telling me what their users want instead?”