In 2020, I spent $2,500 and 2,500 hours improving my sleep. This is what I learned.
If you work in product management or do almost anything collaborative, you probably send and receive a lot of email. “Buckets and batching” is the system I’ve developed to manage it.
Rapid learning and progress are catalyzed by intensity, reinforced by volume, and cemented by rest and reflection. Here, we’ll talk about how and why the formula works.
Defining a great set of product metrics is one of the most important things a product team does. This article covers a few important things to consider when defining yours.
To cut through the noise and create clarity for those around us, we all need to communicate effectively every day. These are a few tools I use to help me communicate more clearly.
Landing a role in product management is challenging. In this article, I discuss the two “easiest” paths, what worked for me, and helpful resources.
Deciding what to build is both the most important and often the most nebulous part of a product manager’s job. So how do great product managers do this? I’ve outlined a simple yet effective framework that I use, called the “Five P’s.”
From 2016-19, I—and a very talented team—tackled one of the most complicated projects in LinkedIn’s history. These are the top five things I learned.
For the past few years, I’ve been a Product Manager at LinkedIn. These are the principles that have helped me (and others) succeed.