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7 lessons you must learn from the genius minds of all time to become a successful product manager.

I am passionate about my work as a product owner. I have grown into the role of product management in the past decade. I am excited to wake up every morning and go to work. I always get butterflies in my stomach when I hear about the new product or idea I should be working […]

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What is an Epic and User Story? How to name Epics & User Stories?

Basic understanding of epics & user stories. What is an Epic? There is no Wikipedia definition of Epic yet as the concept is still evolving. But there is a basic understanding of what is an Epic. If you are new in your PM role this will look confusing, sometimes epic can be a major feature […]

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The art of storytelling you should master as a product manager

A very important skill needed for being a product manager is to be a good storyteller. Storytelling is an art of course but fortunately, it’s an art that can be learned and mastered. Over time with some experience, you will become a good storyteller, after all, you are selling your product and your work all […]

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Valuable Lessons for Product Managers— Part 1

There is always another way. Every problem can be solved in multiple ways. Here is the thing about the problem; it appears different to different people. Most people react to the problem’s symptoms, which means that different people can experience different symptoms. Sometimes you try to solve the symptoms for a certain group of people. […]

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Valuable Lessons for Product Managers — Part 2

Innovation needs an entrepreneurial mindset. Innovation is a change that unlocks new values Don’t get me wrong, (here) I am, not saying you shouldn’t be data-driven. Being data-driven will help you make decisions based on facts. What I am saying is Innovation needs looking beyond data. Analyzing deeper/wider context than what is in front of […]

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Fishbone: The Good, the Bad and the…

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly implies the Solution, the Problem and its Causes (Root Cause Analysis). Root Cause Analysis is a problem-solving technique that describes the Cause and Effect relationship of a problem and allows a focus on the causes (symptoms). This approach breaks down a Big Problem into tiny chunks that can […]