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Welcome to the P-ZERO PM!
Why the name "P-Zero PM"? Because everything starts at P0...
A P-Zero (Priority 0) feature set is the FIRST set of features that you release for a product. P0 features are so critical to the release of the product that you would not release your product without these features.
Iterations do not just pertain to product releases. If you look at your career as a product manager (PM) where you view each growth step you take as an iteration in your PM lifecycle, you will see that you too have a P0. This P0 includes information/knowledge/tactics that are so critical to your growth as a product manager that you have to ensure you have them at the start of your career.
So if you are a novice PM, consider yourself a P-Zero PM ;-). You are in your first iteration as a product manager and I am here to help you make each iteration of your career a success!
If you are an aspiring PM, this site is for you too! Information you find here can assist you in interviews to ensure you understand the role and what to expect as you pursue the product management journey.
Why Your Data Scientist is Your Best Friend – The PM and Data Scientist Relationship
We deep dive into how the PM uses the expertise of the Data Scientist to integrate analytics into the product development process. We will also debunk a myth of the role of the Data Scientist
Product Manager = Problem Manager? Where to Find Problems to Solve
Product Managers are also Problem Finders and Problem Managers. What are the ways in which you can find the right problems to solve? Read and find out!
Why Your UX Designer is Your Best Friend – The PM and UX Designer Relationship
We deep dive into how the PM works with UX Designer and how the designer’s expertise in understanding the intersection of human psychology and design creates product experiences tailored to your target user.
Master Communication using this Weekly Product Update Template
Use this weekly product update template to keep all of your stakeholders updated on product progress.
How technical do you have to be? (Engineering)
I explain WHY and HOW you can succeed without a technical background!
The Product Development Team aka The Prod Squad
Not all superheroes wear capes. Some design layouts and write code! Learn about the experts who will make up your core product development team…The Prod Squad!