Riyan Satria Hutama

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What It Takes to Become a Great Product Manager

Because I teach a course on product management at Harvard Business School, I am routinely asked “What is the role of a product manager?” The role of product manager (PM) is often referred to as the “CEO of the product.” I disagree because, as Martin Eriksson points out, “Product managers simply …

Pretotype and forget about prototyping and MVP’s

I often experienced how hard it is to get buy-in and real commitment for innovative ideas. It can be very hard to make people feel passionate about …

Design Thinking Guide: What, Why and How

For many companies, the design process is still locked inside a small creative room. Designers do not effectively contribute to building the business …

Design

6 smart questions to get you the most useful customer feedback

<b>Goal</b>: When someone decided not to use your product, wouldn’t you want to find out why?<p>You may discover that they found another product, your prices were too high, your product was poorly designed, or perhaps they were just kicking the tires around.<p>Armed with this knowledge, you can make changes to …

6 Attributes of Great Entrepreneurs

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>I was slightly reluctant to write a piece about the common characteristics of excellent entrepreneurs. Despite having strong opinions on the matter, most times, for obvious reasons, these pieces do not include enough data points to …

Top Salary Negotiation Tactics of the 1 Percent

CEOs are making more than ever, and if they don't settle for less, neither should you. Here's how to make sure you'll be paid what you're worth.<p>A top CEO could be making 300 times your salary, and it's not because she's a more productive employee; it's all thanks to her skills at the negotiating …