I'm a PM with PO work. I'm responsible for laying out the product roadmap and get the agreement of stakeholders about the priorities. Then, I create the Jira cards with the context, request, supporting materials, and acceptance criteria for each feature. Then, I meet with my tech lead to go
In my company, I have a lot of scoping work and product changes from many different stakeholders. Sometimes, the changes come from our users, the management, and developers. Therefore, keeping track of everything and making everyone accountable for what was discussed is not a simple matter of taking meeting notes.
1. Gain respect from the devs by communicating what you know and what you don't know 2. Use direct communication language, avoid style where you show off or that you are doing a favor for them (it sad that a lot of PMs give a whiff of know-it-all/bossy) 3.
Have you ever had that feeling of what to do as a Product Manager? Have you doubted yourself for not being able to know everything about your target market? For startups, you search for every single article, marketing data, and even do many interviews with your core audience, but you
One of the biggest challenges for Product Managers is to prioritize features or bugs. Choosing what goes first can have a significant impact on all businesses. Unfortunately, there are very few opportunities where you will be able to satisfy all your stakeholders. But you can apply a few rules that