42. How To Measure Success In Your Produc‪t‬

business strategy product management Apr 14, 2021

If you don’t where you’re going, you’re not going to get there. Having a key goal in your product means you can lead a team, track your progress and invest wisely. 

Whether you're funding a product or building one, listen to this episode to learn how to set your product goal.

Key learning notes from this episode:

  • A product is a solution to a problem someone is experiencing. The goal of your product is to solve that problem.  
  • Different products focus on different metrics, because they are solving different problems. For example, Airbnb measures the number of nights booked, but Facebook focusses on daily active users. 
  • Product goals are not the same as business goals. Business goals relate to money, product goals relate to solving a problem. It is then up to you to figure out how to make money from solving the problem, and thus link product metrics to business metrics.


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