Des Traynor,John Collins,Intercom

Intercom on Product Management

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Intercom on Product Management takes the best product posts from Intercom’s award winning blog, Inside Intercom, and collects them together in actionable lessons for product managers. It’s not the definitive book on product management, but we think it’s a damn good place to start.
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    Nick Samoylovshared an impression5 years ago
    👍Worth reading

    Awesome book. I think it's the best book for me this year. Really clever notices and advices. Intercom rocks!

    Евгений Серёгинshared an impressionlast year
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Quotes

    Артём Тереховhas quotedlast year
    When planning your roadmap, and where your team spend their time, it’s useful to ask “how many people are actually using each of our product’s features?”. This is product management 101 and will probably take you a few minutes of SQL, or a couple of seconds of Intercom. A simple way to visualize feature usage is to plot out all your features on two axes: how many people use a feature, and how often.

    You’ll most likely see trends like this one.

    The core value of your product is in the top right area, up where the star is, because that’s what people are actually using your product for
    Ksenya Starikovahas quotedlast year
    When planning your roadmap, and where your team spend their time, it’s useful to ask “how many people are actually using each of our product’s features?”
    Kirill Kovalenkohas quotedlast year
    Kaizen is the philosophy of continuous improvement. Web businesses searching to find product/market fit all follow some variation of Kaizen whether they know it or not.

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