I’d like to think of myself as a “product guy” — someone that has worked hard to build awesome products that people love. A part of that is understanding the role of product managers in startups (and large organizations). Another part of that is understanding what makes a great product. I’ve written about both topics, and included a summary of those posts below.
Building Awesome Products
- The Challenge of Changing People’s Behavior
- Finding Your Startup’s One Thing
- Tiny, New, Addictive Behaviors (or How to Build an Awesome Minimum Viable Product)
- The Curse of Knowledge in Product Design
- Interrupt Users to Increase their Adoption and Engagement
- How to Prioritize Feature Development After Launching an MVP
- Copying Emotion and Amazement in Brands and Products
- Product Managers Stay Until the End
- Don’t Squeeze Your Product Managers into Uselessness
- A Holistic View of Products and Product Management
- Moving Towards a Continuous Integration and Deployment Process
- The Role of Product Managers
- 6 Tips for Implementing Continuous Process Improvement
- Rounded Corners, Wasted Time and Technical Burden
- And You Thought Building Product Features Was Easy?
- Product Managers in Startups: What’s Their Role?