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Jobs-to-be-Done: Your Go-to for Product Management and Strategy

Customer-centricity is everywhere in the business vocabulary, perhaps one of the most used buzzwords mentioned in elevator pitches and executive decks. Are we really customer-centric? What does that actually mean? Our success as Product people lies to a great extent on how well we understand the not-so-obvious patterns in the customer intent and behavior. That...
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Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) – Measure What Matters

Organizational goal-setting, tracking, and measurement is one of the most challenging yet critical factors for a company's success. There are many methodologies available that delve into this topic from various angles. If you are serious, the OKRs framework is something you should explore, experiment, and tweak for your needs.
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How to Improve Organizational Decision Making

Decisions, decisions, decisions. We make a ton of them every week, many of them trivial. However, there is a tiny percentage of decisions that determine the next six months or six years. Not all of them are reversible without high costs, which raises the stakes high even further. There is every incentive for us in...
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Have You Modernized Your Product Requirements Document (PRD) Yet?

The term PRD —Product Requirement Document— has gone out of favor for a while now. The waterfall approach to solution delivery and its usage of the PRD has a lot of drawbacks. But did we dump the good along with the bad? Let's explore.

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Customer-centricity is everywhere in the business vocabulary, perhaps one of the most used buzzwords mentioned in elevator pitches and executive decks. Are we really customer-centric? What does that actually mean? Our success as Product people lies to a great extent on how well we understand the not-so-obvious patterns in the customer intent and behavior. That...
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You have a business outcome in mind and started on a venture to build or enhance a product. You can add many features and go in multiple directions. How do you know which ones are the right ones to execute? There are many useful approaches we can explore, but one that’s not an option is...
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This discussion between Jeff Bezos and Mark Bezos (Jeff’s brother) is a must-watch in full.
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The fundamental difference between regular Convolution Networks to MobileNets architecture is that it takes hugely less number of parameters to train and by doing so more efficient than the regular CNNs. Efficiency has a trade-off with accuracy: would that architecture fit to your use case?
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Reading books helped me immensely. Some writings resonate so much, influence, and provoke your thought.
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We can talk and dream about strategy till, as they say, cows come home. Delivering on the plan and informing and shaping the vision is a must for a business’ growth.
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