You’re reading the best articles of this week in product management – March 27 edition.
A Certain Ratio by Ken Norton
How many PMs does your company need, and how many engineers should be in each team? Ken Norton develops the answer “it depends” into more tangible rules of thumb to follow.
Design principles: what to do when nobody is using your feature by Brendan Fagan
When a product launch is met by the sound of crickets – what do you do? Fagan describes in this article a process to increase your chances of producing a feature that people actually use.
Interviewing for Product Management
Read the email a Google recruiter sent a job candidate to prepare him for the interview by Sujay Maheshwari
Want to become a PM at Google? A friend of Maheshwari received an email from his recruiter at Google, telling him what to expect in a phone interview with a senior PM at Google.
8 Signs You Need A Product Development Framework by Jared Ranere
Implementing processes and frameworks for the sake of it is never good, so how do you know you need one? Ranere lists 8 signs that your company or product organization is in need of one.
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