Discovery is a three-step iterative process until the validation questions start giving promising results. In the process, it is possible that customer segments change, and the hypothesis itself changes, but the process still remains the same. Once we have tried a few customer segments, we will be able to narrow down to a specific consumer segment and a specific hypothesis to start with.
With Halloween right around the corner, the Toronto Product Management Association spearheaded the spooky topic of AI in a double-feature focused on the development of AI products and the application of AI in product management. The discussion panel drew a full house of professionals eager to learn more about the world of AI innovation.
How can you stand out in your next interview? The basics of researching the company, knowing the role’s outline, having your CV ready, and being prepared to answer questions thoughtfully will only get you so far. Leverage the Q&A portion of the interview to wow a potential employer with your curiosity and preparedness.
The Toronto Product Management Association kickstarted the season with their first fall event taking place on the evening of September 26th. This engaging panel discussion focused on the journey from senior product management roles to chief product officers (CPOs) and featured insights from three accomplished product leaders.
In early-stage technology companies, the CEO/Founder is typically the first Product Manager—the first everything manager really—as they hustle to make their vision a reality. But as the company grows, the product evolves and challenges scaling the business inevitably arise, product management and hiring the right product people becomes a cornerstone to success.
Looking for a more formalized education in product management? Well Canada just got its first Masters Degree Program in Product.
"So how can I break into Product Management?" This is a question many have asked themselves before taking the leap and diving into the field. Only recently have there been degrees in Product and a clear path into the profession, leaving most to have either accidentally wandered down this career path or forged their way in.
It’s always natural to think about the future and where your career is headed. It is also common for individual contributors to map out their plans, goals, and ambitions for moving into a leadership role. If this sounds like you and you’re looking for practical advice to move from a Product Manager role into a leadership role, you’ve come to the place.