📕 [eBook] Product Manager's Guide
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Product Managers Guide
Product Management isn’t just a role – it’s a worldview. It’s a set of attitudes, habits, and skills that define how you approach problem-solving, how you communicate, how you lead, and even how you think. No one becomes a Product Manager overnight. These blog posts contain advice directly from some of the best PMs in the world, so you can look inside their heads, and adopt the mindset that makes them great.
📖 Contents :
Lean Product Development
Agile values & Principles
KPIs and Metrics
🛠️ Tools & Templates :
User interview questions script
How might we
2x2 Problem prioritization
2x2 Solution prioritization
Chapter 1: Product Principles
Clear guiding principles are the best way to scale a team while keeping them aligned. Without a set of principles, organizations begin to fracture.
Principles are a way of encoding successes, helping to repeat the behaviors that led to positive outcomes and avoid the previous behaviors that led to mistakes
1. Start with the problem
Start by deeply understanding the problem we’re solving. Continually evolve this understanding, and persistently return to it to ensure you haven’t veered off course.
2. Think big, start small
Think ambitiously, but know that big things have small beginnings. Always try to find the smallest coherent solution. Starting small enables you to ship sooner.
3. Ship to learn
The sooner you ship, the sooner you get feedback on your assumptions and your solution, so you can learn quickly if you’re having impact. Shipping is the beginning more than the end.