I didn't write the book on Product Management (this guy did) but I've read them and follow the standard lean process. I always start any project or initiative by defining objective and measurable success criteria - I'm big on objective measurements, trends, and business KPIs. I believe that prototypes bring more value than long requirement documents, collaboration with end users is key, and Agile approaches beat traditional waterfall project planning.
Start with assumptions instead of requirements and then create and test hypotheses. Ultimately, measuring to see whether the desired outcome has been achieved.
Quickly develop low/high fidelity prototypes in an effort to spend the least amount of time creating something that will act as a conduit for meaningful feedback from an audience.
Conduct usability tests using prototypes, gathering as much valuable analytical information as possible.
Deliver valuable products on time using Agile methods in an extremely collaborative and fun environment.
Below are some projects that I've been working on recently. All work shown on this site (including this site) was designed and created by me.