A product manager’s roles is complicated. That’s why they need a broad set of product management skills to get through the day. We asked six product managers to give us their insight on essential — and overrated — product management skills.
While micromanagement might feel like good-natured extra diligence — and the best way to keep your team on track — it’s actually a highly toxic workplace issue that will do more harm than good.
Most of the teams at your organization are like a sports team. They might play different positions, but they’re all generally doing the same thing. Sometimes, you need a team that’s a little more varied to nail trickier projects, more like a rock band. Here’s what a cross functional team is (and why it’s like a rock band).
Even the most dedicated customer support agents sometimes need help from other teams. Whether they need engineering to jump onto a new bug or the billing team to handle a billing issue, some tickets need escalation. That’s where this workflow comes in.
In some fields, a certification is an asset that lets you stand out from the pack. In others, it’s an absolute requirement. Which is it for product management? We asked six product managers for their insight.
Jumping between tools, booking endless meetings, and searching through endless email chains are costing managers tons of time. Here’s how syncing your tools can help you get that time back.
There was a time when you needed to keep maps in your glove compartment just in case you got lost. Any company that needs to make sure they don’t stray from their core goals need a product roadmap to keep everyone aligned. Here’s what that is and how to build one.
Does your organization have a product manager? Do you know what they do? Don’t feel too embarrassed if you don’t know the answer to that question; you’re not alone. Because product managers handle strategy and need to maintain close relationships with many teams, it’s not always clear what a product manager’s responsibilities really are. But getting a product from idea to market is a long, difficult journey, for which product managers are crucial. Find out how they do just that.
At Unito, some of our best insights come from discussions between customer success managers and clients. We needed a way to share those insights with our developers, who have the power to actually act on those client recommendations. Here’s how we streamlined that workflow.
How can you make sure your teams are working together effectively? Join us for a webinar discussion, where our panel of experts will provide key insights and tips.
You may have heard that millenials need more feedback than other generations. That may be true, but what is definitely true is that everyone can benefit from more feedback. Here’s your guide to getting the best feedback you can from managers and stakeholders alike.