Drawing Maps to understand your Organization and the future

The last 2-4 months I have been stuck with a few concepts like Zooming in and zooming out, breaking problems down. While the concepts are important my interpretations of them are very crude in retrospect. I say that because I believe what I have tried to encompass in 2 blog posts with more on the … Continue reading Drawing Maps to understand your Organization and the future

Mistakes to avoid when scaling your business

I recently gave a talk at a "She Leads Tech" event hosted by YourStory and Facebook for the women entrepreneurs community, this is the presentation I gave there. 1. Don’t take advice on face valueYour startup is unique, the advice is generally not, especially drive-by advice. Whenever you come up to advice that sounds good, … Continue reading Mistakes to avoid when scaling your business

Breaking problems down

A few weeks ago I read a blog post by Tom Tunguz, which basically split product features into 3: MMRs (minimum market requirements), Differentiators, Neutraliser, which is a brilliant segmentation of product feature. Do read the post. Segmentation Simplifies Segmentation is a very powerful concept in every field. While the concept is popular in the marketing … Continue reading Breaking problems down

6 Basic UX principles I self-learned as a Product Manager

I have been into products this entire decade, and with the quest to become a good product manager comes the quest to learn ancillary things. One such thing is the user experience. Great products almost always have great and simple user experiences. I have picked up some basic UX principles along my Product Management Journey, … Continue reading 6 Basic UX principles I self-learned as a Product Manager