On the 16th of March 2021, ProductDive had the pleasure of hosting Deborah Ogana as our PM guest on our bi-weekly #ProductDiveAMA. and she answered all of our questions. Deborah Ogana is the Lead Product Manager at Mint Digital Bank. Before moving to Mint, she was a Product Manager at Lendsqr where she was managing both internal
By Seun Faluyi The world is seeing a very rapid increase in technology solutions, companies are erupting every day, new patents are being signed and we are seeing a lot of technology teams coming together to build amazing solutions daily. Start-ups are fast-paced and members of a lot of technology teams burn-out quickly. Burn-out is one of the
An empathy map is a great tool that allows team members to understand their users better; it is like a map showing team members the direction to go, they are not necessarily perfect, but they should be adopted in all circumstances. Empathy maps help in improving user experience, they also help teams to empathize with their users.
By Chijioke Michael Egbulefu Tension is real in Product Management. Tension about your new role. Tension Within the team. Tension with customers/clients. With bosses and stakeholders. All the tension that plays a role in the building process of all the products we love and despise. Healthy and Unhealthy Tension They can be healthy or unhealthy. They can be good
By Chijioke Michael Egbulefu Some weeks ago, ProductDive hosted Shreyas Doshi and one of the questions he answered was on time management for Product Managers. He said PMs had to find a way to stay away from unproductive meetings. He shared a system that works for him That discussion got me thinking: How do you even say NO
By Chijioke Michael Egbulefu In software companies, product managers need engineering more than engineering needs product managers. Engineers are perfectly happy to continue building product after product without you. Most product managers cannot write a line of code to save their lives and will need to have engineering on their side. So, if these are evidently clear,