Create your product strategy before jumping into roadmap and backlog
Before diving into the nitty-gritty of building your product roadmap or developing new features, your product strategy should be defined to make the right decisions in the ever-changing world. A product strategy is a high-level description of what the business wants to achieve with its product and how to achieve it.# product management# teamwork
Keys for effective cross-cultural collaboration
With the words "diversity" and "global" being used so often recently, many companies are looking for ways to form multicultural teams in order to benefit from increased creativity and a better understanding of the global marketplace. However, cultural differences pose a number of challenges.# teamwork# leadership
Introduction to product vision with examples
A product team needs to have a clear vision of where to take the product in order to be fully committed. A product vision describes the future state of a product in a long-term and what problems it tries to resolve or what ambitions it tries to fulfill.# product management# teamwork
After you joined a new team as a product manager
You finally joined a new team as a product manager. Congrats! Here, we discuss what you should do as a product manager in the first week, the first 30 days and the first 60 days after you joined the team.# product management# teamwork
How does Google set goals and achieve them with OKRs?
An Obejective and Key Results (OKRs) framework is an effective goal-setting tool for communicating what you want to accomplish and how you will accomplish it. It is well known as an big contributor to Google's success. OKRs have recently gained popularity among tech companies from Silicon Valley.# teamwork# leadership
What is Agile Software Development?
Agile Software Development - also referred simply as Agile - is an iterative approach to focus on continuous releases and incorporating customer feedback with every iteration. In short, Agile is important for software development to delight customers and be more competitive.# software development# teamwork