Month: October 2019

Can design be both universal and personal?

As a product manager, one of my primary goal was to identify primary persona, identify primary persona needs, define features around this persona and iterate the product features around this primary persona. Secondary persona needs are always de-prioritized. In short, the use of a minimum of two personas in the design process is what connects …

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The Scary Era of Artificial Intelligence (or Is It?)

Disclaimer: Luring but the sarcastic headline. Humanity has been plagued with thoughts of machines taking over the earth. The ruling species could hardly get past insecurities of getting ruled out. I live in a developing country that is not at the forefront of the cutting edge technologies we keep hearing around, and I am not in any way …

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Product in Action Part 1 : Omnia Dei Scientia

Product Management is arguably one of the most demanding and overreaching areas in today’s tech-driven world. A Product Manager (PM) has to remain on today’s cutting-edge of technology, not just understanding technology but deploying something actionable and creating a sustainable impact. The first and foremost question on any PM’s mind would be : How then …

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Introducing Data Science in Existing Products — When and How?

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Data Science. All these buzzwords are taking the tech world by a storm. It’s no wonder then that a startup or an established corporate may feel intimidated alike by the enormity of resources and a lack of history. I’m sure at least half of the readers may have heard of the …

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What do Product Designers wish that Product managers should know

Me and my team of product owners spend more time with designers than with our developer community. My team always comes back with the concern that designer through-put is not as quick as expected and slowing down the development cycle. Hearing this feedback, I initiated an exercise of empathizing with my designers to understand their …

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