Too many organizations spend too little time iterating, testing and validating before building products. As a consulting firm, we are often engaged after a client has had several costly product launch failures. These clients were simply moving too fast without a strategy and learned too late that their biggest opportunities would be revealed only after some analysis occurred. We feel compelled to share some lessons learned to help you avoid similar pitfalls.
You’ve launched your company and are working on the next big thing when your board approves your hiring budget. You post on social media about the 50 engineers you needed yesterday and begin fielding inquiries while a feeling of desperation sets in. In today’s fast paced startup world, how you search for talent and who you attract to your team are two of the most important steps in growing your company.
Today there are many options available to help get your great idea off the ground. Learn about the startup ecosystem to help decide which approach is the right one for you and your team.
Due to increased competition in the marketplace, having a clear brand that illustrates a unique identity and clear value proposition is more important than ever. Whether you are developing a new product or enhancing an existing one, learn why branding is pivotal to product success.
Sometimes we finish a quick, satisfying sprint and other times we feel like our current release cycle will never end. Developing products requires passion, commitment and stamina. Learn how to overcome fatigue at each point of the product lifecycle by adopting common endurance training techniques.
Developing products and services isn’t easy but understanding users makes designing for them much easier. Getting the right user experience design by presenting options through prototypes is critical in the design thinking process and ensures proper user onboarding. Build something better the first time around.
It’s a confusing world out there! Learn the various roles that relate to digital product management and apply a framework for success.
Creating digital health applications requires product managers employ a unique and specific skill set, one that is often only learned by effective collaboration with clinical and administrative personnel. The learning curve can be very steep! Learn how to succeed creating products and services that transform healthcare through technology in this live talk.
Healthcare is an industry steeped in compliance and regulation, in dire need of innovation. As we advance towards a turbulent global transformation in the healthcare industry, product managers are needed now more than ever.
Product management is either considered high value to an organization or lumped in with other roles and low on the hiring plan. Learn why product management is a key skill set to attract, hire and retain, while having a product organization mindset is a key differentiator for innovation that leads to success.