[Snack-sized graphic] Regular one-on-one meetings are essential to properly running a team. Here are the four guidelines I use to make mine effective.
Is the P in PM for product? Program? Project? Is the M for marketing? Let's not even bother deciding.
My screenplay for a gritty reboot of the old tale about drills and holes.
Music has much to teach us about defining a mission and getting teams to play in harmony.
Stack ranking (or force ranking) is a clear method for priorizing, but it also has a serious flaw. Here's an introduction to ranking and how to get around that flaw.
Leading thinkers tell us that empathic behavior in business actually improves your bottom line. So, what does empathy mean in product management?
Practical advice and a detailed format I use for effectively communicating requirements
Specifications have many flavors, three key objectives, two main audiences, and one purpose.
Here's an easy technique to add to the PM toolbox that leads to immediate roadmap input from a variety of stakeholders, a greater feeling of involvement across your organization, and (surprisingly) consensus.
When I was a kid, the TRS-80 Color Computer blew my mind, but what really changed my life were the books that came with it. Where pedagogy and wonder meet, magic happens. What lessons can we take from this today?