As I have grown in my career, I have experienced different forms of autonomy. One which comes quite close to micromanagement and another, which gives ample freedom. Juxtaposing the two type of autonomies, a lot of people would prefer ample freedom and complete autonomy. But is that the right option, just when you’re starting your career? Or is there an option that creates a balance in the spectrum of autonomy – where you get the right amount of guidance as well as independence? Let’s find out more in this blog, wherein I will share my learnings derived based on my experience handling different type of autonomy as well as talking to and observing other colleagues.Continue reading “Navigating the Autonomy Landscape: A Comparative Look at Autonomy in Product Management”
As a Product Manager, I am responsible for estimating the revenue for the features and capabilities that I propose to be built. Over the last several months, I have been doing revenue estimation for the features and capabilities that I own in the app. I even talked about it in my last blog how I had to build up a hypothesis, estimate revenue to project the value of the feature, when I had recently joined as a product manager. In this blog, I will be talking about how I went from idea to an impact stage, and an actual example on how to estimate projected revenue for a new feature. So let’s dive in!Continue reading “Driving Revenue Growth: How to Estimate Projected Revenue for New Features”
In my last post reflecting on the year that went by, I shared that I got a new role of Data Product Manager in Citi. Well, it’s almost 4 months for me in this role and I thought of writing another post reflecting on my learnings and experience of first 90 days.
So I thought of breaking down this post and share 7 initial impressions, in the form of learnings. A point to note is that these are based on completely personal experience, subjective opinions derived from being in a Product Management role in a Banking & Financial Services company. Hence, these impressions and learnings that I accrued from my role could vary! So now let’s get into it the meat of the substance.