Archive for the ‘Change Management’ Category

UK Economy Shrinks by 20.4%

The United Kingdom economy has shrunk by 20.4% since Q2 2020, marking the most prominent drop recorded since after World War Two. It’s placed the United Kingdom into a deep recession, more significant than any other global economy of G7 status. Stalemates in economic growth aren’t surprising in the United Kingdom; it’s something their financial […]

Johnson & Johnson Releasing Inclusive Hues for Band-Aid

The Johnson & Johnson Company has announced that many are claiming is long overdue. It was revealed that Band-Aid would release multiple skin tones for their adhesive bandages. This brand first came into existence during 1920, obtaining initial fame & fortune during the second world war. One century later & the introduction of African American […]

Taking B2B Marketing Emails to the Next Level

There are many ways to achieve more with B2B marketing, but many are moving away from the “old fashioned” methods, which now happens to include emails as well. Most think these emails naturally fall into the spam folder of potential clients and are never even looked at, which is true for those who send irrelevant […]

Innovate in 12 Dimensions

When it comes to innovation, I have been guilty of thinking only in one dimension. I have mostly focused only on new features and functionality changes in my products that differentiate it from the competition. I know I am not the only product manager with this limitation. However, not envisioning a new initiative as a […]

Are You Barking Up the Wrong Tree?

One of the challenges facing product managers is the difficulty balancing daily crisis and strategic work, which often results in the strategic taking a back seat. However, product managers have a unique opportunity to add value when a crisis is presented to them by ensuring that the problem is properly defined. All you need is […]