My Name Is Jeanette Resnikoff — This is Why I Joined Aha!
July 31, 2020

My Name Is Jeanette Resnikoff — This is Why I Joined Aha!

What makes an artist great? I had an opportunity to study some of the greats when I attended a magnet school for visual arts in junior high. I also created all kinds of art. I liked drawing the most and captured the world around me — people, movement, still life. I loved the challenge of bringing a three-dimensional perspective to a two-dimensional format. And in the process, I learned what makes an artist great. It is the ability to bring a unique point of view to your work.

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25 Questions That Reveal What Your Customers Are Really Buying
July 21, 2020

25 Questions That Reveal What Your Customers Are Really Buying

Features vs. benefits. Which are more important? As a product manager, you need to focus on both. Because you are responsible for making sure that the right functionality gets built and that your product delivers real value to customers. But it is easy to get so caught up in what your product can do that you lose sight of why those capabilities matter to customers.

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