When you become the person who knows things, then you get a certain amount of Klout. But the problem is others should know that you knew it first. So you end up sharing news to others even when it is not published yet. My question today was, 'is that gossip'? Looks like there is a … Continue reading Sharing Knowledge / Gossip🤫
Nothing takes the fizz out of feature like not shipping on time. The more the delay the more frustrating it gets for everyone - the team, the stakeholders and the customers. That doesn't mean, you deliver something haphazard just because you are nearing the deadline. The ideal is deliver what you promised and on time. … Continue reading Finish what you start and on time.🕰
I thought I will start a new category called Product fails after two recent experiences with products. When I use this word Product, it is not restricted to a product (furniture, hardware, software), it could also me the experience fails from the time I get to know the product till I experience the product, that … Continue reading Product/Experience fails 🤦♀️
That's the order in which you can create delight when you are talking about a feature to your customer/prospect. Mock screens trump words and working product trumps mocks. Photo by Headway on Unsplash If you show your prospects/customers a slide deck about the feature you are not gonna impress them, that should be the last … Continue reading Words, mocks, working product
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To solve important problems in a meaningful way ^ That is what I heard from the CEO of the company I work for, when he was articulating what a Product Manager should do. In my opinion it is the best articulation of what a product manager does. The more I thought about the statement, the … Continue reading Deconstructing Product Management
Make the user story very granular, they said. Make sure the Acceptance Criteria is exhaustive, they said.