Tagged: Product Teams

Making the Unspoken Spoken

In this excerpt from her recent book, The Team That Managed Itself, Christina Wodtke looks at how teams can deal with the office housework jobs that no one wants to take on. Within teams,...

Rethinking the Product Mindset by Sandhya Hedge

In this ProductTank San Francisco talk, Sandhya Hedge, Global VP of Marketing at Amplitude, tells us how to become a better product manager by rethinking your mindset. Watch the video to see her talk in full....

How we Developed a Talent Growth Plan at Almundo

At Latin American travel technology company Almundo, we believe that leaders are responsible for the people, whether that is via one-on-one meetings, career opportunities, company culture, or employee satisfaction. So, it was natural that...

Which industries are crushing the NPS game?

Some might argue that the Net Promoter Score (NPS) is oversimplified — and therefore an ineffective metric — but executives, investors, and VCs continue asking for it, and companies continue measuring it. No matter...

5 habits for continuous product discovery

There’s no denying that the product manager role is an ambiguous one. And even once you’ve nailed down the foundation of the job, there’s always conflicting opinions — for example, “you should always listen...

The ultimate product ops tech stack

Today, product teams have more tools at their disposal than ever before. One of the core responsibilities of product operations (and a reason for establishing a product ops function) is ownership over the product...

Is it time to build a product ops organization?

For any company, growing pains are inevitable. For tech companies that are scaling quickly, they can feel insurmountable. Enter: product ops.  Just as sales ops is to the sales team, it makes sense that...

4 new product roles you should know about

As companies scale, it’s only natural for their employee headcount to grow (or in some cases, skyrocket) as well. But it’s not just about adding people, it’s also about adding functions.  This is especially...

All the ops: why product ops is next

In the last five years alone, operations functions have skyrocketed — and for good reason. From sales, to marketing, to engineering, for companies looking to scale (or sustain some level of steady growth), operationalizing...

How to hire a product ops manager

Sales ops, marketing ops, business ops, DevOps — we’ve heard them all. It’s time for product to have its day in the sun and get a function dedicated to improving visibility, collaboration, and productivity....