The Money Wheel is a sales deal analysis tool for product managers. It is basically a combination of root cause analysis and cohort analysis and for sales deals. It helps product managers understand what type of traction their offerings are achieving in the marketplace as well as data to support prioritization decisions
The Software Equity Group has published their second quarter 2019 SaaS M&A update. It includes information about transaction volume, valuation multiples, and a host of other topics
An experiment to see if a post can rank in the top 20 Google search results using various SEO tactics
Metrics are critical for Product Managers. There is a ton of information on the web about metrics for product managers. Critical Methods every Product Manager Should Track from Product Coalition is a good example. Designing and implementing a Product Management metrics program is a lot harder. We’ll explore the process for developing and implementing a […]
Mary Meeker from Bond Capital is the undisputed leader in using big data to describe and analyze the major trends in the tech industry. She has published a renowned annual research report since 2001. Take a look at her analysis from 2019 and her 2002 report. The differences and trends are fascinating.
An insider’s view of the merger integration story of when a $40 million company bought a $165 million software company.
In 2018 there were 2,746 software mergers and acquisitions. While the number of IPOs is on the rise, M&A represents the most likely exit scenario for most companies. For product managers this can be both a confusing and excited time. Navigating a M&A process can be tricky. Product managers should learn the basics of M&A.
Senior product management professionals (Directors, Vice Presidents, Chief Product Officers) should learn how to pitch M&A candidates.
A primer on the market-driven business philosophy leveraging the seminal works of George S. Day
Acquisitions often represent a job security risk for product managers. Learn about how to prepare yourself to survive an acquisition.