Two real stories, one long and one short, and an observation on how you can learn product management from city administration. Story 1: Caring about
My recent talk with a 3rd yr student in a Greater Noida engineering college left me very disturbed about lack of quality and responsibility of such private colleges. My thoughts on what needs fixing, and what we can do about it.
By making the kids start preparing for IIT-JEE so early in their life (Class VI in some cases!), we are robbing them of their childhood, and setting them on a path to cramming, rather than developing joy of learning. It’s time we change this!
Managing Product experience requires asking 3 questions: Are you seeing enough? Are you capturing what you see? Are you making good decisions based on on captured information? My take on how to give good answers to these.
Someone asked me this recently: You have 2 options: Work with a good boss, but the work is some boring stuff, or work on some
In my last post Experiencing the product, or productizing the experience?, I talked about my experience with SiteZ and how their overall experience left much to