Jason Harber

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Product Management Fundamentals

In order to know how to do something it is important to understand why that something exists in the first place. It is not hard to understand why we …

Please Stop Making Your Success Depend So Much on Other People | Inc.com

If there's a common complaint I hear in the business world, it's that there are too many barriers to success. The cranky guy in the next cubicle farm has an attitude and won't let you excel in your job because he keeps stealing all of your ideas. The project that was supposed to lift you out of the …

Self-improvement

10 Tips for Getting UX Research Off the Ground

Michelle Lotia joined us at ProductTank to share her top 10 tips for getting started with UX research, based on her experience building the User …

How to Avoid a Product Manager’s Worst Nightmare – Part 2

In the first part of this article I looked at some of the ways in which product managers can prevent and mitigate the risks of every PM’s worst …

Why More Tech Companies Are Rethinking Their Perks

Out with the foosball tables, in with mandatory vacation.<p>When you think of startups, there’s a good chance you picture a tech-chic frat house: clusters of Mac monitors next to vintage foosball tables. And then there are the pledges: brogrammers and sales wizards cranking away at all hours, fueled …

Here's How Steve Jobs Defined Success. How About You? | Inc.com

For Steve Jobs, the answer was straightforward: Being able to change the world, or "poke life," as he put it in one interview. "Life can be much broader once you discover one simple fact and that is everything around you that you call life was made up by people that were no smarter than you and you …

Goal Setting

Agile/Scrum and Product Management (part 3)

Continuing from part 2 of this series, I want to respond to one of the comments that was posted by a reader.<p>James Peckham commented:<p>Why wouldn’t you …