Most enterprise applications were not designed to capture data on application’s performance and user satisfaction. The rapid evolution of digital products and customer demands make it difficult to keep up as more data from the business, technology and customer experience (CX) must be tracked.
How organizations can incorporate data and analytics skills to ensure your product features are ready for future digital needs?
And learn how to overcome the common obstacles ( mindset, culture, data literacy, skills ) with Product Managers and Data and Analytics Leaders to achieve business outcomes.
Apply Data and Analytics Skills to Make the Best Product Management Decisions
Published: 03 July 2018 ID: G00351630
Analyst(s): Deacon D.K Wan | Gareth Herschel | Melody Chien
Application leaders can improve product management decisions and results with data and analytics. By learning how to speak data and apply essential data and analytics skills to product performance data, they gain important insights for making key product choices to drive digital business growth.
– Collaborate With Data and Analytics Leaders to Improve Data Literacy
– Build Fundamental Skills With Product Management Practice and Data Insights
– Change to a Data-Driven Culture
– Equip Product Managers With Data and Analytics Best Practices
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