Tagged: Product Development Process

How to Focus on the Product Ideas That Matter

There is no monopoly on good product ideas. They can come from many places. A competitive analysis provided by the marketing team could highlight new opportunities to differentiate the product. A sales request to...

A Decade in Product – a Retrospective

This year doesn’t just mark the start of a new decade, but also the 10th anniversary of the first ever #ProductTank (and my 20th as a Product Manager). What started as a simple meetup...

Case Study: Launching PayMe from HSBC

Before moving to super app Gojek to lead its efforts on mass financial inclusion, Adam Darcy developed PayMe, a product that has helped to transform the way young people in Hong Kong think about...

Web or app Development – Which is Better?

People spend over two hours a day browsing the web using conventional app interfaces, and despite the rise of mobile and mobile-first design, desktop audiences are still significant. So, which platform should you adopt...

The Product Market Fit Engine by Rahul Vohra

After working on a product for over two years without launching it, Rahul Vohra knew that he had to do something different. In this ProductTank San Francisco talk, Rahul, CEO and Founder of Superhuman,...

Wireframes Aren’t Just for Designers

Wireframes are often underused in the product development process but, as I’ll explain in this post, they can be invaluable in facilitating communication and knowledge transfer. Using pen and paper to sketch out concepts...

Are you releasing monsters? By Saeed Khan

Every product is meant to be released and every release is meant to bring value to the customer. However, as all product managers know, not all releases are equal! Some go well and others...