Maximizing Value with User Stories: Tips and Techniques
User stories are an essential tool in product management, particularly in agile development processes. They are used to describe a piece of work that needs to be done and the value that it will bring to the user.
How to Prioritize Customer Product Feedback?
As a product manager, you are responsible for creating and implementing the product strategy. So when it's time to start collecting all the ideas, data, and business intelligence, you'll need to develop the best product you can - a product that successfully meets the strategy you've set for it
Why is User Feedback Important?
User feedback is never perfect. Customers have unrealistic expectations or niche use cases. They may not realize the effort that goes into changing your product. Still, their feedback is valuable. They are the ones using your product. So, they have a great perspective on how it could be better.
What is Customer Journey Map? What are the Benefits?
A customer journey map is a powerful visual tool that can help you understand your customers’ experience with your company and identify areas for improvement. In this guide, we’ll discuss what a customer journey map is, how to create one, and the benefits of using one.
How to use Retrospective in the Team?
Retrospectives are meetings that are typically held at the end of a project or sprint, in order to reflect on what went well and what could be improved. The goal of a retrospective meeting is to learn from past experiences and improve future performance.
How to Collect and Analyze Feedback Using Producter
Product managers, customer care teams, analysts, marketers, and pretty much everyone else in your company may all benefit from consumer input. Despite this, a recent study discovered that 42% of businesses don't poll their clients or gather feedback.
Shyvee Shi and Her experiences as a PM at LinkedIn
A key to master the art of being compelling as a PM is to focus on both the “substance” of your argument and the “style” of the argument, particularly as it relates to the target audience and key stakeholders we are trying to convince.
What is a Feature Request? What are different of Feature Requests?
A feature request is a suggestion, message, or request from a user regarding a particular feature that your organization wishes to implement. Feature requests can be used to decide how to iterate on an existing product.