To remain as a tough challenger, the product management team requires a few of the capabilities to add to the team's productivity tool.
FREMONT, CA: To truly stand out in product management, it is critical to have an understanding of countless processes, a passion for problem-solving and design and outstanding communication skills. For any enterprise to stay ahead of the game, current trends help them sense what the future holds. Unlike 2019, in 2020, enterprises will use the best practices and make trained guesses about the impact they will have on the product management teams. Let's look at some of the challenges the enterprises will face in the coming years.
Enhanced Support on Remote Teams
With the accelerated adoption of collaboration tools like Slack, the architects and engineers don't have to be physically in the same place to work together. As the remote working extends across sectors, product teams are frequently composed of people located outside the business' head office. Digital conferencing is usually the first option though conversations in a hangout can be disjointed or delayed.
While coding is not likely to become old-fashioned, the power to build software is swiftly growing more distributed and democratized. No-code is already helping large enterprises to move with the speed and the activities as that of start-ups. The competition from a new wave of apps developed on no-code platforms. It could quickly become a pre-occupation for product management teams.
Teams are increasingly asked to do more and play a more active role in strategic conversations that can impact the entire business. With the role frequently being seen as a critical enabler of growth and transformation, enterprises are now looking at maturity models for product management to assess how their product management function stacks up against the competition.