The success of any product is determined on how frequently it’s being used. The book explores the primary cause behind certain products and the reason they succeed.
A product manager most certainly has a way of dealing with products, and the secret recipe to that is “empathy.” What really is the way to ignite empathy in product managers?
Not many of us do or are interested in knowing a lot about Product Ops. Even LinkedIn marks a growth of straight 80% on Product Operation skills. Despite such massive growth, why is no one talking about Product Ops?
The challenges of a B2B product manager vs a B2C product manager are almost similar. Having had the privilege to be a part of both, i.e., a B2B and B2C domain, the differences were quite out in the open.
Every functional tech company needs product managers, engineers, designers, and so on. Who decides the ideal ratio of these? Finding the right answer is not as easy as it seems.
Although being “analytical” is one way for product managers and engineers; prioritization comes into the picture as a breakthrough. However, the number of problems varies from person to person.
Again, there is not a single answer that suits or makes or works for every situation and every organization. Best thing to do over here is that you need to quantify your own leadership profile.
You are organised, but at the same time, you understand what the situation is and are able to exercise the right muscle in the right proportion for the situation.