Agile · Effectiveness · Leadership · Principles · Product management · Reblog

Product Leadership – Lessons Learned Part II

Originally posted on Applied Product Management Leadership:
Continuing thoughts from the post 13 Things You Should Give Up If You Want To Be Successful. Today points 7-13, including multi-tasking & distractions, so a bit of levity first. Click here if you missed points 1-4. 7. Give Up Your Perfectionism – Nothing will ever be perfect, no matter how…

Agile · Communication · Customer conversations · Definitions · Effectiveness · Leadership · Principles · Product management

Notes on things to come

As I head into the fall there are a number of topics I hope to blog about – both because these topics interest me and because they have come up in the past few months on the teams that I work closely with. So here are some sneak previews of things I’ll be writing about… Continue reading Notes on things to come

Agile · Book reviews · Communication · Effectiveness · Product management · Reading

The work of hope

I wanted to share briefly about two books I finished recently, one with clear relevance for product development and one where the connection might seem less obvious. The first book is called The Mom Test (you can find it here on Amazon). This short book offers tremendous insights on how to truly understand the potential… Continue reading The work of hope

Agile · Communication · Design · Effectiveness · Features · Planning · Problems · Product management · Prototypes

Solve problems, don’t build features

I came across a great piece from the folks at Intercom that I wanted to share. Here’s the link: Great-product-managers-dont-spend-time-on-solutions The article examines the core activities or stages involved in product development and asks where the most effective place is for a product manager to focus. It is often easier – and quite tempting – to… Continue reading Solve problems, don’t build features