Guest Post by: Jie Jin (Mentee, Session 5, The Product Mentor)
The learning experience in the past few months with my mentor Andy Wadhwa has been profound. 1,447 more words
Considered as the medical science of machines, TPM (Total Productive Maintenance) is an innovative concept introduced by the Japanese to the world. Japan, known to be the master in quality production, the origin of TPM can be traced way back to 1951, when preventive maintenance was introduced in Japan. 1,236 more words
Many product teams make the mistake of trying to serve too many different customer segments particularly early on in the product’s existence. As a result, they struggle to deliver on the features and functionality to keep all customers happy. 199 more words
I’ve been inspired by comments in my last post to put this music video up on my blog to reminisce a bit.
What’s your favorite part of this video? 28 more words
Guest Post by: Rodhmir Labadie (Mentee, Session 5, The Product Mentor)
The process of taking a product or a feature from idea to execution is a taxing proposition for any team to undertake. 1,560 more words