Product Management Tools

Here is an interesting list of tools required for Product Management:

  1. Mindmapping: For organizing concepts in related groupings at the beginning of the ideation process
  2. Flowcharts & Diagrams: For doing high-level process mapping and rough sketching
  3. User Research: For doing qualitative and quantitative research on users and personas to validate concepts
  4. Roadmapping: For organizing and prioritizing product roadmaps, strategy, and releases
  5. Wireframing: For creating low-fidelity product mockups prior to visual design
  6. Prototyping: For creating high-fidelity product prototypes after designing but prior to writing code
  7. Usability Testing: For getting and analyzing user feedback on prototypes and pre-release versions
  8. Agile Project Management: For managing an active product management process in an agile workflow
  9. A/B Testing: For testing different versions of features and copy to optimize your product
  10. Heatmapping & Session Recording: For recording and analyzing individual user sessions and clicking / scrolling
  11. Analytics: For analyzing and optimizing your full customer journey — the most critical part of the process


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