Tag Archives: teamwork

Decoding Product Leadership

Strong product leadership is crucial to offering successful products and enabling product-led growth. Unfortunately, there is disagreement and confusion about what exactly product leadership is and who should exercise it. Is product leadership limited to someone working as a head of product? Or can—and should—others lead in product management too? In this article, I share my advice to help you effectively practise product leadership and become great at leading others.

Building High-Performing Product Teams

“Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team,” Steve Jobs once said. This insight also applies to product management: As product people, we can’t achieve product success on our own . We rely on the support of others including stakeholders and development teams. This article shares my advice on fostering collaboration and forming an effective maximise the chances of offering a great product.

Building High-Performing Product Teams

“Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team,” Steve Jobs once said. This insight also applies to product management: As product people, we can’t achieve product success on our own—we rely on the support of others including stakeholders and development teams. This episode shares my advice on how to foster collaboration and form an effective product team in order to maximise the chances of offering a great product.

How to Offer Constructive Feedback: A Framework for Product People

To create value, product people, stakeholders, and development teams have to work together. But when people collaborate, things don’t always go smoothly, and problems emerge. As the person in charge of the product, you should address these issues and offer constructive feedback. That’s often easier said than done, though. Asking people to change their behaviour can be difficult, especially when you are not their boss. To help you with this challenge, I have developed a new framework, which I describe in this article.

How to Offer Constructive Feedback: A Framework for Product People

To create value, product people, stakeholders, and development teams have to work together. But when people collaborate, things don’t always go smoothly, and problems emerge. As the person in charge of the product, you should address these issues and offer constructive feedback. That’s often easier said than done, though. Asking people to change their behaviour can be difficult, especially when you are not their boss. To help you with this challenge, I have developed a new framework, which I describe in this podcast episode.

Product Vision Board Checklist

I designed the product vision board to be a simple yet effective tool to capture the product vision and the product strategy. Despite its simplicity, it’s not always easy to effectively apply it. This article introduces a checklist to help you get the most out of the tool.

10 Product Roadmapping Mistakes to Avoid

The product roadmap is a great product management tool. But it can cause significant issues when it is not used appropriately. This article discusses ten product roadmapping mistakes you should avoid to fully leverage your roadmap.

10 Product Roadmapping Mistakes to Avoid

The product roadmap is a great product management tool. But it can cause significant issues when it is not used appropriately. In this podcast episode, I discuss ten product roadmapping mistakes you should avoid to fully leverage your roadmap.

5 Tips for Stocking the Product Backlog

The product backlog is a simple yet powerful tool to capture tactical product decisions and direct the work of the development team. To take full advantage of it, it’s important to set up the initial backlog in the right way. This article offers five practical tips to successfully stock the product backlog and lay the foundation for a successful development effort.

5 Tips for Stocking the Product Backlog

The product backlog is a simple yet powerful tool to capture tactical product decisions and direct the work of the development team. To take full advantage of it, it’s important to set up the initial backlog in the right way. This episode offers five practical tips to successfully stock the product backlog and lay the foundation for a successful development effort.