As 2022 comes to a close, we would like to share some key milestones that our team achieved this year.
First of all, we launched our second simulator, the Product Growth Simulator.
It comes after we launched our first simulator back in 2019 for Learning Data-Driven Product Management, which helped thousands of professionals learn how to use data to build products.
The new simulator focuses on teaching product growth. It provides a framework and the skills to create a holistic growth model for products, identify limitations and opportunities for growth, and choose the best tools to implement growth plans.
We put a lot of effort into this product, and we couldn’t be any more proud of the results.
Join us on the journey to mastering growth!
Another thing that brightened our year was the news that Simulator for Learning Data-Driven Product Management was mentioned among the top recommended courses for up-and-coming PMs in Lenny Rachitsky’s recent newsletter. It is an important confirmation of the quality of our programs and gives us a lot of pride.
Second, we worked with experts from the product field to produce many thought-provoking articles and posts this year. The great feedback we received about the quality of the content in these posts helped us realize that we are on the right track. Here are the most popular articles we crafted with our experts:
- Data mistakes to know and avoid as a product manager
- How to establish effective collaboration between product managers and data analysts
- How to move from marketing to product management?
- Moving from a startup to an enterprise as a product manager
- How to move from engineering to product management?
- What product managers should read and listen to in 2022/2023
Third, we compiled a whole series of essays on product management fundamentals. Here we discuss what product management is and what a product manager does.
Fourth, we published a number of articles about user activation—the process during which users discover the value of a product. We provide answers on how to define the “aha moment” and how “time-to-value” affects the activation process.
Last but not least, Oleg started publishing his own product management insights on his LinkedIn page. Come and check out some of his posts to join the discussion.
Wishing you happy holidays from all of us at GoPractice!