Posts Tagged ‘leadership’

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 […]

Leadership in Product Management (3) – Functional Organization

In the first post I laid out the case for leadership in product management and outlined three primary aspects of a company [Leadership in Product Management – Effecting Organizational Alignment].  The second post addressed the importance of effecting leadership within the context of the two aspects of people and organizational culture [Leadership in Product Management […]

Leadership in Product Management (2) – People & Organizational Culture

In the first post on leadership in Product Management I laid out the case for leadership in product management and outlined three primary aspects of a company [Leadership in Product Management – Effecting Organizational Alignment].   This post will address the importance of effecting leadership within the context of two of those aspects: people and organizational […]

Leadership in Product Management – Effecting Organizational Alignment

Leadership as a topic has a great deal of breadth and depth.  With respect to product management the term “leadership” usually evokes the context of product or market leadership.  While these are worthy goals to which many of us product managers aspire, there is much work to be done in laying the groundwork for the […]