Product Development Process

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C. Todd Lombardo
C. Todd Lombardo
Co-author Product Roadmaps RelaunchedJuly 27
We have something we call a "common roadmap discovery doc" that has a set of questions around the problem that the PM, the designer and a tech lead (engineer) all work on together. The doc has questions about the problem to solve, the evidence we have around why it's important, the technical chal......Read More
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Sam Friedman
Sam Friedman
Eventbrite Senior Director of Product, Strategy and OperationsDecember 21
Collaboration between product development, engineering, design, and other teams is crucial for successful product outcomes. When working with an engineering manager, design team, and engineers, the following practices can be beneficial, especially in the context of developing products for a devel......Read More
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Sirisha m
Sirisha m
Uber Director of ProductDecember 7
“Data depth” is a core competency for any PM and unlocks “data informed’ strategy.  However, how much data analysis a PM will need to do will depend on the maturity of the organization & available resourcing. At the core, every PM must know where the data is logged and in what format. 1. In org......Read More
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Aleks Bass
Aleks Bass
Typeform Chief Product OfficerSeptember 7
There is an interesting tension here between looking at problem spaces from a variety of angles to make sure you have a sound and differentiated strategy that is worth pursuing and inciting decision paralysis by having too many individuals involved in the process. And the truth is, it depends on ......Read More
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Lizzy Masotta
Lizzy Masotta
Shopify Senior Product LeadNovember 17
Work in the open. Create a culture on your team that encourages sharing unfinished work and working live together. This will drive the highest quality bar for your team. If you wait until the end of development to QA too many problems will be compounded. Some rituals I use to encourage a high ......Read More
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Ingo Wiegand
Ingo Wiegand
Samsara Vice President of Product Management - SafetyMarch 31
* At a high-level, I usually like to think about the somewhat simplistic delineation that PMs decide ‘what’ to build, while engineers deliver the ‘how’. * Ultimately, prioritization comes back to thinking about the ‘return on an engineering investment’. PMs provide the ‘return’ (i.e., ......Read More
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