Product Management expertise
Product Management is the core discipline of tech companies, the one that made them successful!
It bridges the gap between business issues, user experience and technology.
Our Product Managers help you to:
Which product to develop? Who should it be for? How to evaluate your market?
Conducting user tests, doing discovery at scale
Build and prioritize the backlog, assure the quality and impact of the product
Gain new users and work on retention, choose new features
Work with product decision makers and executive board to bring the product to the top of the organization.
Our Product Management training catalog is the most complete on the market!
Product Management is a young and unstandardized discipline... and sometimes it's a bit foggy for Product Managers on how to progress!
Product is a job of opportunity, and a PM's career is rarely a straight line. We have trained more than 4000 Product Managers: no two careers are alike!
We can advise you on how to meet your needs.
Tech companies are fighting for product talents. They know that this is where their success lies.
Our mission? To bring out the best in your product teams! Thiga's team training is both a breath of fresh air and an adrenaline rush! It's a team building experience where the team takes a step back and comes away with lots of actionable examples. There is a before and after in terms of maturity and cohesion.
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Through our Product and Design consultancy collective, we can address international Product teams' issues. We have experts based in France and Spain.
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Product teams, those who do Product Management, are at the crossroads of business, technology and marketing. Their role is to make sure that the product is appealing, that is, that it simply attracts users, makes them want to discover it and use it regularly.
Obviously, it is essential that the product is viable from a business point of view: that its market is large enough, that there is a real enthusiasm among users who want to acquire the product. Finally, Product Management must guarantee the feasibility of the product, thanks to the skills of the teams.
The roles of Product Managers, for example, are the transposition to the tech world of the traditional job of product manager, well known in industry. The emergence of technology companies has resulted in the professionalization of digital professions: Product Manager, UX designer, SEO, DevOps, etc.
The term Product Owner is defined by the Scrum Guide. It is therefore well known to agile teams. At Thiga, we believe that Product Owner is not a job, but a role within the team, focused on delivery. In contrast, Product Manager is a full-fledged job, including discovery, product strategy and delivery. If you want a detailed explanation of these differences, we wrote a very comprehensive article on Product careers and here is the video. Let's face it: many companies use one word for the other. Here is an article about the role of a product manager and the role of a product owner.
A role has recently emerged in Product organizations: the Product Ops. To draw a parallel with the DevOps role, these professionals have a dual role. They "ease" the life and tasks of devs by :
The role of Product Ops is described here.
As a consulting agency, we are often asked the question of recruitment by our clients, of all sizes and in all industries. We have therefore designed a Product Manager job sheet: In this article, we identify the different profiles of Product Managers to recruit in your team according to the life cycle of your Product. It is aimed at the entrepreneur, the Lead Product, the CPO, and the manager of a large group whose product portfolio is growing.