Define your product items and log the process steps that produce (or consume) them, in order to stay on top of stock levels.
Come up with big ideas, break them down, prioritize your way and build an interactive roadmap.
Plan and invent marketing campaigns. Decompose campaigns into tasks and organize them in a way, that makes sense for your team.
Prioritize a backlog of stories and rare bugs, plan and run sprints, build engineering wiki, and organize releases for a smooth delivery.
Collect insights and new ideas, brainstorm ideas on whiteboards, create prototypes, and connect ideas to execution.
Organize UX tests, take structured notes and analyze results to create a product that people love.
Review your competitor's features, check which competitor is the strongest in the particular area.
Extract insights from interviews and usability tests, get to know your (future?) customers and be surprised by your own product.
Escape planning waterfall and assumption-driven roadmaps with a product management framework based on the Lean Startup principles.
Time to make your Feedback aggregation shine bright like a 💎 — use highlights and connect feedback with real pieces of work.
Create, execute and monitor tests, so that you know whether your product is living up to expectations.
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