A good PRD template can help guide the build of your product. A great one, combined with the right tools and effective collaboration, can help you build more successful, innovative products. And you don’t have to start from scratch.
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Although you could make your own customized product vision board on Notion, you don’t have to start from scratch. Check out our product vision board template to get started on your next great product.
As organizations scale, information flows grow more complex and communication breakdowns become more common. FullStory's SVP of Product Agata Bugaj shares her framework for keeping product teams shipping and jiving as they grow.
Setup is simple. The checklist includes a comprehensive list of tasks associated with product launches that can be easily customized based on your needs.
When you’re new to project management, even as a startup founder, it can seem like an overwhelming number of puzzle pieces to keep track of. As you go through the process, there are a number of tips you can keep in mind to help improve your chances of success — start with this project management playbook to get you started.
Securing funding from an investor is a big moment for any startup. It’s important to keep your investors informed — your ETA, the conditions at your destination, and whether or not you expect any turbulence along the way. This is where the investor update comes in.
Engineers are often stereotyped as being bad writers. But regardless of writing ability, good technical documentation can make or break your projects. Here's how to train your team to write effective documentation.
The project is complete. But not so fast — all the important lessons you learned getting to this point and all the obstacles that could have been avoided will quickly be forgotten if you crack open the celebratory drinks too soon. That’s why you need to have one more meeting — the post-mortem meeting.
Teams can’t expect you to see into the future — a pre-mortem meeting can help you plan around risks and address these issues, keeping your project on track. But most product managers don’t use them, even though pre-mortems might save their launches.
On the journey to starting a company, there are many pitfalls that can get in the way of your success. Here are three problems most startups face — and how a knowledge base helps combat them (with examples from fast-growing companies).