I'm Nis Frome and I'm currently working on Alpha to help Fortune 500 organizations make smarter product decisions. I write about product management, entrepreneurship, and how to build an inbound machine.
Some of my recent Stories
It would certainly seem intuitive that being innovative requires your company to first undergo “big” structural changes. But once you stop thinking in terms of designing products and begin thinking in terms of designing activities, you just may find that customer-centricity isn’t foreign after all.
Insights into corporate culture, the nature of user research, and product management processes.
It’s become a common trope that product management is less about the management of products and more directly about the management of stakeholder relations. To that end, meetings would seem like an ideal use of time, enabling product managers to communicate with key members of the team.