There is plenty of product management literature focused on creating successful products but much less is written about creating high performance product management organizations. High performance product management groups have few structural barriers within the larger organization. They enjoy collaborative interactions with other departments, understand roles and responsibilities, have clear marketing processes and, of course, retain top talent.
Organizations often struggle to develop and sustain a strong product management function. Although product managers are ultimately responsible for the success of their products, no product manager can do it alone. Strong product management skills are even more effective if the organization works as an integrated unit with clearly defined activities, roles, and deliverables.
Whether you want to objectively assess the organizational infrastructure, improve organizational processes to ensure effective scaling, guide more effective cross-functional collaboration, or direct the outcome of key initiatives the Real Phronesis product management consultants want to apply their proven expertise to your priorities.