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On 2nd April, 2022, we had Adaobi Igwe-Okerekeocha as the PM guest on our bi-weekly #ProductDiveAMA. Meet Adaobi Adaobi Igwe-Okerekeocha has over 13 years of experience in the Fintech space; exploring various roles in Software Development,  Service Delivery, Technical Operations, Application Support, Processing Re-engineering, Agile Project Management and Product Management. She likes to see herself as a generalist and

On 20th January, 2022, we had Kingsley Nnorom as the PM guest on our bi-weekly #ProductDiveAMA.  Meet Kingsley Kingsley Nnorom is a Senior Product Manager at Interswitch Group. Within this role, he is majorly responsible for Product innovation though developing concepts, design and delivery of new products for the PurePay division. Prior to Interswitch, Kingsley was at Cellulant

Hassan Oyeyemi is a Product Manager at FirstBank with 4 years of experience in product management, interaction design, and payment system infrastructure. Before joining FirstBank, Hassan worked with Lendsqr and Riby Finance where he led the work of high-performing technical teams through two successful product development cycles to launch. He is a certified member of the

Chijioke Michael Egbulefu Today, a wide variety of tools are available to make product management easier. This includes tools that do everything from setting product strategy to the more technical tasks of building out features and creating wireframes. The tools listed here are grouped into the following areas: ROAD MAPPING TOOLS Great customer experience does not start when the consumer

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 A product manager is basically responsible for the success of the products he/she manages. You may have heard the overused analogy that PMs are the CEOs of their products. The unique challenge here is that while they own the product, they have no direct control over the people who help them build, market,

One of your major activities as a Product Manager will be managing communications across various stakeholders. You will be interacting with external and internal stakeholders, management, the engineering/design team, etc. More often than not, your calendar as a PM will be full. If you don’t know how to effectively guide and lead communications, your job might become

By Chijioke Egbulefu Trying to get a PM job has been a daunting challenge for me, especially this year.  To get to where we want, we sometimes go through a long and tortuous road that is characterised by rejections and setbacks that feel like failures. The major challenges have been: 1. Employers almost always want someone who already has hands-on

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