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The Week’s Best in Product Management

1. Why You Should Learn Product Management Instead of Coding David Lumb’s article about the limitations of code-only positions. In his article he discusses a Brooklyn-based business, which is challenging their employees to learn to make products. Their argument is that it is no longer enough to teach or learn coding, but that digital products […]

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VIDEO – Powering Software Licensing and Compliance Management

If you are a product manager at a company that deals with with software production and marketing, you know how hard it is to maximize software revenue while minimizing piracy. This is where software licensing and compliance management comes in. I found this video quite helpful for product managers who want to secure their organization’s […]

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How Agile Product Ownership Works

Agile software development is well understood when discussed from the perspective of the product owner, rather; agile product ownership. Agile software development is a collection of software development methods, methodologically based on iterative and increment development, in which product owners, stakeholders and developing team work together as a team through collaboration and effective communication ensuring […]

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INFOGRAPHIC- Myths about Project Management Busted By Hard Facts

Myths abound about project management. It seems like project management is one of the most misunderstood occupation in this world. But while that may a source of worry, decent research has been availed to bust these myths. This wonderful infographic by Wrike debunks 5 commonplace myths about project management. Could you have fallen to any […]

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How to Successfully Balance Innovation with Usability

Product updates can be extremely frustrating for users and for product managers alike. No one likes to be interrupted, especially when they can’t immediately see the benefits of the update or upgrade. And users aren’t just being interrupted with your product upgrade, but with many. So how do you ensure that users understand the relevant […]

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This Week’s Best in Product Management

1. How to Avoid Lowering Your Prices This article by Jeff Lash will convince you to take a second look at your offerings prior to discounting your products. You’ll learn how to most effectively sell your customers on the value of your product instead of always having to negotiate them down. 2. The Chief Irritation […]

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The Inconvenient Problems of the Agile Development Cycle

I have discussed it before and we see almost all modern companies and developers adopting an Agile approach to their development strategy. Although this strategy is different than what we grew up on, it is quickly being embraced by the even the more established and so called “conservative” companies in the tech scene. Agile development […]

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Developing a Minimum Viable Product

Usually abbreviated as MVP, minimum viable product refers to the initial process of analysis a product or service as a prototype at a small cost before it officially launches to the market. With increasing need to generate income, there are numerous individuals and companies bringing new ideas to the world. Many of these product developers […]

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VIDEO: Agile Product Ownership in a Nutshell

Agile product management is a pretty complicated topic that most Product Managers find hard to grasp. While it is true that no one is Mr. Know-it-all when it comes to Agile Product Management, this video will surely give you a perfect overview to agile product ownership. Highlights: How to maintain product demand queue without getting […]

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What Every Product Manager Needs to Know About Executing a Vision— Interview With Dell VP Product

Executing a product vision is the primary goal of product managers. The company decides what/where they want to be and the product manager gets them there. We know that this is a task easier said than done and involves processes which are in constant need of improvement. That’s why I sought out expert advice from […]

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