Tag Archives: KPIs

What Exactly is a Product Strategy?

The product strategy is possibly the most important product management plan. But what exactly is it? Which information should it contain? Do you need a strategy for your product? How can you ensure that it is likely to result in a successful product and how do you keep it up to date? These are the questions I am going to answer in this article.

What Exactly is a Product Strategy?

The product strategy is possibly the most important product management plan. But what exactly is it? Which information should it contain? Do you need a strategy for your product? How can you ensure that it is likely to result in a successful product and how do you keep it up to date? Listen to this podcast episode to hear my answers.

Succeeding with Scrum: 10 Tips for Product People

Scrum is not a product management framework. But it can be tremendously valuable for product people: It can help you make the right product decisions and deliver great products if it’s correctly applied. In this article, I share ten tips to help you maximise value delivery with Scrum.

Succeeding with Scrum: 10 Tips for Product People

Scrum is not a product management framework. But it can be tremendously valuable for product people: It can help you make the right product decisions and deliver great products if it’s correctly applied. In this podcast episode, I share ten tips to help you maximise value delivery with Scrum.

Roman’s Product Strategy Model

Making the right strategic decisions is crucial to achieve product success. If it’s not clear, for example, what a product’s value proposition is and what its stand-out features are, then it will be difficult to create the desired business value. But I find that many product teams do not use a systematic approach to create and evolve a product strategy. To put it differently, they lack a product strategy model. In this article, I describe the model that I have developed.

Roman’s Product Strategy Model

Making the right strategic decisions is crucial to achieve product success. If it’s not clear, for example, what a product’s value proposition is and what its stand-out features are, then it will be difficult to create the desired business value. But I find that many product teams do not use a systematic approach to create and evolve a product strategy. To put it differently, they lack a product strategy model. In this podcast episode, I describe the model that I have developed.

Six Common KPI Mistakes to Avoid

Key performance indicators (KPIs) are metrics that measure how well your product is doing. As useful as they are to proactively manage a product, they are not always effectively applied. In this article, I discuss six common KPI mistakes. I explain how you can overcome them and leverage key performance indicators to maximise the value your product creates.

Six Common KPI Mistakes to Avoid

Key performance indicators (KPIs) are metrics that measure how well your product is doing. As useful as they are to proactively manage a product, they are not always effectively applied. In this podcast episode, I discuss six common KPI mistakes. I explain how you can overcome them and leverage key performance indicators to maximise the value your product creates.

How to Choose the Right KPIs for Your Product

A key challenge of working with KPIs is to select the right indicators: There are so many different metrics to choose from including daily active users, net promoter score, and profit, to name just a few. What’s more, senior managers and stakeholders can have strong views on which indicators should be used. This article helps you select the metrics that really matter and are truly helpful for your product.

10 Tips for Using Key Performance Indicators

Product key performance indicators, or KPIs for short, are metrics that measure the performance of a product. They help you understand if the product is creating the desired value. Without KPIs, you end up guessing how your product is doing. But choosing the right indicators is not always straightforward, and I have seen many product people struggle with it. This post shares my tips on how to select those KPIs that really help you understand how your product is doing.