If you follow me on Twitter (@jidoctor), you know I am passionate about three things: family, product management/product marketing and my baseball team.
Watching a baseball game is like understanding your buyers: what strategy they employ, how they signal each other, how they listen and interact with the coaching staff and especially – for us fans – why do we keep coming back even for more even though this particular team doesn’t solve any problems? In fact, in most years, they actually create more stress for me, one of their “buyers.”
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All signs are pointing to some form of recovery in the US economy. Product managers need to be hard at work right now preparing for the upturn in sales and planning the product roadmap for future releases. It is a great time for investment in time and internal resources. It is absolutely critical to understand how the market has changed given our new economic realities and to understand the new market problems that your products can solve. These investments are magnified by competitors who are retrenching rather than investing.
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A thought consistently has been with me in conversations I’ve had recently…
When you look at the problems your product may be having, whether it be performance or financial (aka sales,) how do approach the solution?
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