I’ve been thinking about decision-making. What makes one decision better than another?
What’s the best way to help agile teams move away from feature delivery to focus on outcome over output?
I gave a talk recently about how I’ve been using data and analytics to guide my decisions in product management. I’ve edited the transcript a little and split it into bite-size parts for your entertainment. This bit is about the benefits of open and transparent data.
The good folks at Product Coalition interviewed me the other day as part of their “Data-Driven Product Manager” series. The interview covers things like: thinking about outcomes, not outputs; alignment with broader goals; finding and measuring leading indicators; and the …
Despite relying on each other for the success of their products, the Sales and Product teams often have a jarring relationship. This is far from ideal. By looking at where things go wrong we can identify a better way of working with each other. The prizes on offer: shorter sales cycles, more easily achieved targets and customers who are always happy to hear from you.