Product Probes
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Recently, I was having a conversation with a bunch of Product management enthusiasts/ Practitioners and one of the discussion points was the identification of customer needs. We all know that at any given time, the focus should be on what users need over what users want. For this, we need...

A to Z of Scrum
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Scrum was developed in the early 90s. The founders have created a great framework to help the developers as well as the business teams by eliminating the waste. Over the years, the guidance has evolved based on best practices and some context-based practices as well. The founders have made small...

Scrum Master — Values-driven Coach
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Introduction In this era of the digital revolution, the pace of complexity is growing at an exponential rate. Hence there is a need to develop the competencies of people with efficacy. Some of the key competencies are effective collaboration at workplace and community based learning culture. To build such competencies amongst people, the leaders...

Product Outcome Optimization
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Product management is a strategic role and it encompasses several aspects that need to be taken care of. As a product manager, one doesn’t immerse oneself entirely just in feature creation but focuses on problem-solving with an experience that makes users stick to the product without any hesitation. Product management...

Cool, Fool, or a Tool?
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Over the last several years, Product management has become the most sought-after work profile. The Product board calls this period the golden age of product management. They have compelling statistics to prove their point based on a study by Neal Iyer. This indeed is an interesting profession as it deals with the entire...

Design Thinking and Law of Parsimony
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The US Navy in the 1960s popularized the concept of keeping things simple (KISS). This mantra of avoiding unnecessary complexity was a design principle that emphasizes the fact that less is more. As someone interested in problem-solving with minimalistic impact on an existing system, I explored the origins of this...