As informative and objective data may be, it’s only as good as the product manager who analyzes it. You can (and should) make collecting data around how your users engage with your product a top priority, but that information won’t solve any problems on its own. No matter how much data you have, its relevance will always depend on what a product manager makes of it.
Value Proposition Design, have you heard of it? Maybe someone in your company mentioned it being important? If so, did you act? Let us start by sharing some facts that might catch your interest: Based on studies by HBR and many other surveys, an average of 70% of all Sales Departments does not achieve their target. Only 5-11 % overachieve their objectives. Let that sink in for a minute.
Top 10 productivity hacks: Work Smarter, not Harder (2 minute read, 5 hour save)
I have been reading a lot about stress at work, but also hearing a lot of you talk about stress, too much work, not enough time to get through the things you need to complete every day. Both in personal as work life. We tend to be working longer day’s, spending evenings and weekends to complete our the things we need to do. All of this seems nowadays an expectation instead of an isolated experience. At least. That is the perception and mindset we have adopted in our everyday life.