Enter 2021 With These Blogs On Product Management
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🎊WELCOME 2021 🎊
Zeda.io welcomes you all to the new series of weekly Newsletter for the year 2021. Last year was both unpredictable and difficult due to outbreak of this Covid-19 pandemic . While we have learnt to live with this pandemic now and it has made us realise about certain things which are extremely important in our lives. Here we are making a step ahead and make learning as the another important factor. As previous year, this year too we promise to add some valuable insights in your knowledge. This week we have curated the list of 5 Best Blogs on Product Management which will be covering mostly about best practices to follow in Product Management. If you enjoy reading this newsletter then don’t forget to share it with your friends.
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1. The 5 Top Trends in Product Management to Watch in 2021
The year 2020 shifted the world in fundamental ways. It changed the way we work, learn, play, travel, and socialize. It catapulted some industries into dominance (video conferencing, food delivery) while decimating others (hospitality, tourism). In fact, 2020 brought us so many shocks and surprises that it made identifying top trends in product management more challenging than ever. This year conditioned us to the reality that industry, a nation, and even the world can change overnight. How can we predict the future with any confidence?
2. Five Ways to Use Product Management Best Practices
It’s no understatement to say 2020 has been tough for everyone. As you move into the new year and focus on what can be controlled, you can help your product team prepare for success by exercising those product leadership muscles and implementing product management best practices. Here are our top tips for how you can lay the right foundations and get your product strategy off to a flying start.
1) Dust Off Your Product Vision
When was the last time you reviewed your product vision? Are you still aiming in the right direction? The product vision is the north star around which your product team aligns themselves. Just imagine the chaos that could ensue if you arrange to meet a group of friends without specifying a destination? Your vision is exactly that – it’s the information everyone needs so they know where they’re headed, and why.
3. The 2021 guide to product roadmaps3. The 2021 guide to product roadmaps
The product roadmap is the strategic communication tool in a product manager’s arsenal. Product managers work with internal teams and stakeholders to build a crystal-clear roadmap that clearly communicates deliverables and the expectations for where the product is going and why.
Here at Roadmunk, we know how important roadmaps are for product managers to create alignment around a plan that builds trust and confidence among stakeholders. So, we wrote this guide to prepare you for planning, building and sharing a great product roadmap that will make you—and the progress you’re making—look great in front of your teams.
4. The Fundamentals of Modern Product Management
Ten Must-Know Terms for Today’s Product Professional
No matter your experience level or specific role within the product team, it can sometimes be helpful to revisit the basics. That’s why, in partnership with ProductCraft, our product management community, we’ve gathered a selection of “product management fundamentals” manuals into a single, easy-to-reference handbook. The ten terms we explore in this primer for the modern product professional are foundational to the understanding of this ever-evolving field.
In each section, we explain the basics of one key product management term, then dive into why it’s important for building successful products that will delight your users. You’ll also discover some tried-and-true best practices related to each concept and how they fit within the larger PM picture.
5. How to Become a Great Product Manager in 2021
Want to become a great product manager? Well, that's a problem. Because the volatile nature of the product manager role makes it challenging to understand what it takes to become a successful professional in the field.
Great product managers connect the technical and the commercial worlds to create the most value to customers through unique products.
There is an extensive list of capabilities necessary in the processes of learning how to become a product manager, but if we had to refine the full list into a single concept it would be: balanced.
When I refer to balance, I mean balance between visionary strategy and actionable development plan; balance between trusting your gut and following data; and balance between hard skills and soft skills.
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