In the early days of this blog, I started writing a series of articles on what Product Management is, and what it is not, according to my experience. There's a draft I initiated back then that I thought would be uninteresting. I'm pretty surprised that I'm now writing it, but after seeing some discussions about… Continue reading Product Management is not Project Management
NPS, doing it right
Disclaimer I'm not a fan of NPS, for the reasons I'll expose later in this article. It probably suffers from its fame and the common consequent pitfall where teams would rush into using it without thinking it through. That being said, you can end up having to collect that metric for a legitimate reason, or… Continue reading NPS, doing it right
Methods: adapt it, don’t adopt it
It’s been about 12 years that I’ve been working in “agile” environments. Currently being open to work (feel free to reach out), I’m getting the chance of discussing with multiple teams from multiple companies, and to try and understand how they work, and where they struggle. One thing especially seems to worry people, funnily enough: words. Why… Continue reading Methods: adapt it, don’t adopt it
The Five Stages of Remote Work
For the past 5 years, I've been working remotely. From office work, this was a full paradigm shift. There's a lot of things I learnt. Here are some of them.
The Alphabet of SaaS Start-Ups
Curious about those buzzwords? Missing some Start-up vocabulary? #prodmgmt #productmanagement
“Eat your own dog food” dilemma
Making sure your dope is good is important. Making sure people will buy it is even better.
That Podcast – My first steps in the start-up world
I've had the honor of being invited to share some of my experiences on thatpodcast.io. 44 episodes so far, on a podcast that feels like a really nice fireside chat. About what? Pretty much everything. Dave and Beau will tell you better. Essentially, that is about geek culture, dad's life, tech SaaS ventures and all… Continue reading That Podcast – My first steps in the start-up world
Where Strategic Partnerships and Marketplaces Fail
If you don't know how to sell your product, nobody will do it for you.
Your sales don’t know what they are selling
Selling is an art. Evangelizing is another. Your sales aren't necessarily evangelizers. They need help.
Of egos and organizations
Egos can be your doom, just as much as your good fortune. They should thrive in what they do, with no overlap with the rest of the team, nor left-asides.