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The Digital Platform Behind Bain Public’s SOAP™

As product managers, you’re often probably delayed by the time-consuming document assembly necessary for ‘spaced repetition’ of the roadmap strategy. As you well know, repeating your product strategy often leads to better recall later on and prevents any misalignment in the future. One of the best ways to increase the strength of memory is through this repetition at regular intervals, targeting communication and engagement approaches. And while keeping everything in a task management tool (i.e. Jira, Trello, Asana project boards) works fine, it requires the product managers to remind every...

Introducing the Bain Public SOAP™ Product Leadership Framework. A Practical Definition.

Most companies don’t have a clear picture of their roadmap. This is the reason why many businesses fail, so the question to many business owners out there is this: are you confident that your engineering team is building the right features? Bain Public’s SOAP™ methodology and tool offers a full picture of your product strategy, tactics, metrics and roadmap all in one place. So there’s no more guessing, no lack of focus or direction. Bain Public companies grow faster because everyone is aligned, motivated, inspired, and ready to innovate. But first, what is SOAP™? SOAP™ is a methodology that...

Bain Public to lead an expert workshop in collaboration with Centech-Accélération

(Montreal, Canada) – Paul Ortchanian, Founder, CEO, Head of Product, Data and Strategy of Bain Public, will be leading a workshop on September 17th in collaboration with Centech: a world-class business incubator based in Montreal. Centech is dedicated to high-tech (deeptech) companies with high growth potential. It is a non-profit organization fueled by ÉTS open to everyone and offers two support programs for startups: the acceleration program (12 weeks), then the strongest potentials are selected to get into the propulsion program (24 months). Centech performs particularly well in the fie...

Bain Public to lead an expert workshop in collaboration with Acceleprise Accelerator

(Montreal, Canada) – Paul Ortchanian, Founder, CEO, Head of Product, Data and Strategy of Bain Public, will be leading a workshop on August 21st in collaboration with Acceleprise: The B2B SaaS-focused accelerator. This online event will host a select 8 early stage SaaS companies from it’s Toronto hub! Paul’s unique experience brings together the necessity of great engineering and the beauty of product strategy. With this, he has identified an actionable process that enables him to offer concrete messages about product management and operations. Which led him to create a virtual 12-week pro...

Bain Public to lead an expert workshop in collaboration with Holt Fintech Accelerator

(Montreal, Canada) – Paul Ortchanian, Founder, CEO, Head of Product, Data and Strategy of Bain Public, will be leading a workshop on July 28th in collaboration with Holt Accelerator. This online event will have participants from across the globe, ranging from New Zealand to California. Paul’s unique experience brings together the necessity of great engineering and the beauty of product strategy. With this, he has identified an actionable process that enables him to offer concrete messages about product management and operations. In fact, he has created a virtual 12-week product leadership w...

Chronicles of Build, Scale, Repeat With Blaise Transit

Since meeting at Techstars Montréal AI Accelerator in 2019, we’ve worked with Blaise Transit to provide them with the product leadership consulting, coaching, advice and support they need to bring their entire technical roadmap to the next level. Built on pillars of sustainability, innovation and inclusion, Blaise Transit improves and optimizes the user experience for multi-passenger vehicles fleet operators. Founded in 2018 with a mission to make public buses the most convenient transportation solution, Blaise Transit uses an AI-based software platform enabling transit agencies to run on-d...

How to Use Repetition to Flatten the Forgetting Curve

The first and paramount responsibility of a product manager is the difficult task of building a shared understanding of the product strategy through listening, influencing, and repeating. While half of your time should be spent on the creation and management of the product strategy, another portion must be devoted to repeating it. State it to team members, and say it again to the CEO. This is how the product will benefit the organization. But what happens when you stop repeating and communicating the product vision and strategy? This is where the forgetting curve can set in. The Forgetting ...