As PMs, one of the core requirements of your job is communication. In a lot of cases, this begins with writing clear documents and requirements. If you are not clear with your requirements, you could face a lot of problems later in the product development cycle, which can complicate things even further.
But it is hard. Cultures can vary from company to company and team to team, but the overarching goal is - create clarity within your team, and clearly mark what open questions you have.
Some companies, like Amazon, heavily index on writing -- any new product has to start with a written document.
There’s a famous online image that gives some great writing tips:
ChatGPT is one of the hottest topics of discussion currently, and rightly so. The OpenAI-developed Generative AI program sits on top of the GPT 3.5 and GPT 4 LLM models to provide a human-like interaction experience with all the smartness of machines.
It is a busy Tuesday afternoon, and you have three back-to-back meetings (2 of them could've been emails, but what can you do, right?). You return to your desk 2 hours later to find each slack channel filled with 150+ messages. What's your first reaction?
Hello hello! Howdy? Where did January go? Well, tell us if you get to know :) As we step into February, we decided to focus on an aspect of life arguably as indispensable as food or water. No, not exercise. Apps. Do you think we're exaggerating? Maybe... but technology products have become so intertwined with life.