After the demand research, at this time business email list we have already understood what the user wants to achieve, but how should the specific functions be implemented? This requires product managers to convert user requirements into product requirements, that is, to convert the user's language into the development language.
To give a simple example, for example, the customer's business needs to be applied online. What elements need to be filled in during the application, and which elements are required to be filled in by the user, but when applying, whether some elements need to be verified or not? Verification or weak verification, which control to choose, etc., these all need to be translated and designed by the product manager, so that developers can develop according to the correct rules, and testers can perfect the test scene.
4. Ability to think structured
The business process of some enterprises is more complicated. Usually, the requirements of one business will be realized in multiple product modules. When product managers realize user requirements, they should not only consider the mock tests that they are responsible for, but should start from the entire business level and put From the beginning to the end of the process, it is strung together to open up the interaction between the various modules.
This is often difficult for a junior product manager, because it is difficult to understand the functions and underlying implementation logic of each module in a short period of time, especially some middle-end modules that connect to multiple business lines, which requires product managers to use the system more often , do more business, ask more advice, and become familiar with the interaction logic between