Me all the time

Tinker! is a section of my blogs where we don the hat of a product manager, try to experiment and play around with different online products, and give incremental solutions improving the product. The solutions could range from simple and effective measures to absolute moonshot ideas!

To help us choose what products to work on, we will sometime take inspirations from challenges put up by PM School on Linkedin.

EatSure

Today’s case study involves the company known as EatSure. EatSure is a food-tech company which has recently re-branded itself from the formerly popular Faasos App. The re-branding is essentially done…


Lets talk about Metrics baby!

We are taking a slight detour from my ritual of anecdotal writings of personal experiences interspersed with theory and will be getting straight to the point.

Every product decision undertaken by you has to be influenced and backed up by one thing. Data.

But even more important than that is how do you know if the decisions taken by you are being validated by the kind of results that you would like to see. And even if you can notice a trend of a particular number, how would you know if that is good or…


Me. Most of the time.

Tinker! is a section of my blogs where we don the hat of a product manager, try to experiment and play around with different online products, and give incremental solutions improving the product. The solutions could range from simple and effective measures to absolute moonshot ideas!

To help us choose what products to work on, we will sometime take inspirations from challenges put up by PM School on Linkedin.

IndiaHikes

Today’s case study involves the company known as IndiaHikes. IndiaHikes is a trekking company from India which wants to build an online app. …


Loreeeeemmm IPSUMMM

Continued from part 2.

Every decision that a product manager takes has to be backed by 2 things — Data and Intuition.
While this may hold true for a growth stage company with a set system in place, not a lot of data is available specific to your research in a stealth stage startup!

The decision to focus on a website first in an increasingly mobile friendly world was based on the insight that our first users i.e. …


No, Just ……no

2020, the year we saw Liverpool lift the PL trophy (among other equally awful things) saw one very interesting phenomenon - people aspiring to get internships. Doesn’t matter what age, education level, financial security, some were looking to make money, some were searching because their curriculum dictated that, others because they were being furloughed from their jobs, and some (like me) because they wanted some sort of relevant experience for the roles that they were prepping for.

I was on the hunt for some product related internships and came across this very new startup which was operating(or wanting to) in…


You must think what kind of a name is that. You’re not alone, I do too. I gave this a hard long thought and couldn’t really think of something more apt. Im writing this as these thoughts have no other formal outlet as of now, and might seem like ramblings at some points in time, though I will try not to keep it this meta from now on.

A brief introduction — Hi, I’m Nishant , a recent MBA graduate from one of the decent B-Schools of the country, and also a computer science engineer from one of the not-so-decent…

Nishant Srivastava

Nishant is a man of few words, and a lot of bad jokes. Always up for talking Man Utd, politics and product. An MBA grad, struggling with 16hrs of screentime

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