Continuing from Part 1, here are more Rules and Laws to help Product Managers in their jobs.
First, let me say this post was inspired by a tweet from the CrankyPM asking the following question.
Yes, summer is here, and the vacations are beginning.
Customers will normally schedule time to speak with you, but it's not easy to get ahold of lost accounts. My hit ratio is about 50%, meaning that if I want to speak with 10 accounts, I need to target 20.
Yesterday's article about primary product requirements generated a great deal of traffic and several interesting and insightful comments. To recap, I was talking about examples of products from every-day life that fail to meet some core use...
When I first meet the product (marketing) managers in a client engagement, they are often confused about why the CEO, VP Sales, or VP Marketing has hired my firm. The PMs present me with their own Win/Loss Analysis report, and wonder what we are...