Category: Product Management

How often should you ship your product releases

How often should you ship your product releases

Now that you have done all the hard work in identifying the set of problems to address and have also got the required approvals. It is now the time of defining when and how are you going to ship these features. The frequency of releases and the features you ship with them shall play a …

How Outlook and Cortana Integration could help improve efficiency

Outlook, cortana and Teams integration

Microsoft Outlook is used by over a billion people. A billion users is a mark achieved by a few software vendors. Most of these software vendors are either new age or social media. Outlook, on the other hand, is relatively old and has a strong sustained user base. Outlook has iteratively been adding various features. …

3 Reasons why Google bettered Yahoo

Google v/s Yahoo

As Google celebrates its launch anniversary today (on 15th September), it has affirmed its place as the Search synonym in web space. Way back in the late 1990s and early 2000s it faced tough competition from Yahoo. Infact, Google v/s Yahoo was a yesteryear favorite tech discussion. Yahoo, once a favorite for many in the …

How Kindle used iterative approach to win e-Book segment

How Kindles iteration process helped product growth

Amazon launched its e-reader ‘Kindle’ around 2007. By the year 2018, Amazon has sold close to 90 Million devices (Source). As per a study published by BISG, 32% of the book reading device market was captured by Kindle devices. Highest market share is of Personal computers which of course is the obvious choice for many. …

This one thing will help you prioritize better

Prioritization

The Challenges The most important aspect of a Product Manager (PM) is balancing out results against various constraints. No PM would have all the resources with limited challenges. If it is, you are in a rare lucky illusionary place. But the fact is you always have too much demand and limited supply of resources. A …