Monthly Archives: June 2013

Why Bank of America Needs To Do More Checking On Its Products

As product managers, one of our main goals is to always be searching for ways to apply the product development definition in order to leverage our products and boost the company’s bottom line. At the same time, we need to stay aware of our product’s impact on the company’s reputation. […]

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Product Managers Know That They Need To Make Their Product Contagious

If you had to picture your product becoming wildly successful, what would you see in your mind’s eye? I’m betting that you wouldn’t be picturing a whole bunch of people sneezing – that was never part of your product development definition. However, if you take just a moment and think […]

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So You Need to Promote Your Product?

Note: This posting has been guest written by Angie Picardo. Angie Picardo is a staff writer for NerdWallet. Her mission is to help entrepreneurs stay financially savvy, and save some money with a Karmaloop coupon code. You’ve made a new product— hooray! But how can you get people to buy […]

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To Beat The Competition, Product Managers Have To Do Some Homework

Based on the product development definition that you used to create your product, your product is the best available product to solve the problem that your customers are facing. This means that your customers should all be buying from you and your competition should just dry up and blow away, […]

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