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Product ops

  Managing products is not easy. Especially in a growing company. When you need to deliver value to your customers, plan strategically, onboard new colleagues, and do customer research - it could be overwhelming and often could lead to chaos. Hence the role of product ops emerged to take on those challenges and empower product teams.
Recent posts

The myth of product manager

  Let's take a break from PM tool reviews and talk about something more fun - philosophy.

Product management and operations tools - ProdPad review

  I've chosen ProdPad as the third product management tool to review. It continues my ongoing series of PM and operations software reviews available on

Product management and operations tools - Jira Product Discovery review

  JPD is a new player in the market of product management software. Jira (and the whole Atlassian suite) has been one of the most popular tool stacks for teams to deliver software products. Now they're adding a missing piece - product discovery.

Product management and operations tools - Productboard review

  The second product management tool I've decided to review is Productboard . It is widely regarded as one of the most popular tools for product teams and the main competitor of that I reviewed in the previous post .

Product management and operations tools - review

  I decided to start with as this is the latest tool I've been working with both as a product manager and product operations. Below you'll find my impartial product review together with a description of some of the best qualities of

Tools for product operations

  Every major stakeholder group in modern product businesses have their favourite tool of choice. Sales have a CRM, support has Zendesk, designers have Figma, developers have Jira, and product managers have...? What do product managers have?

Black swans travel in packs

  The end of the year is approaching and don't know about you, but for me this year felt like five years. I can barely remember the end of last year but I remember the feeling - it was challenging enough. What did I know...