Product Managers - Avoiding Burnout with Prodeology

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Alex Teoli
Product Managers - Avoiding Burnout with Prodeology

The importance of a good night’s sleep and its correlation to a healthy lifestyle cannot be overestimated! However, despite substantial evidence on how sleep deprivation adversely affects the cognitive ability and causes severe health issues, we live in a culture where sleep is strangely stigmatized. 

Waking up at the crack of dawn for whatever reason is something celebrated, sought after even. Our social feeds are bombarded with so-called influencers and “inspirational videos” on how CEOs wake up every day at five am because ‘the early bird gets the worm’. This needs to change! According to the CDC, well over 50 million Americans suffer from at least one form of sleep-related disorder such as insomnia, sleep apnea and narcolepsy just to name a few. 

In this fast-paced tech world, work-related stress is a big factor when it comes to sleep disorders and product managers have a huge responsibility on their hands. They often find themselves running multiple projects simultaneously, overseeing the concept of an idea all the way down to its execution and rollout. There is constant pressure for them to be at the top of their game. To this day I still get surprised at how many project managers make decisions based on gut feelings or whoever shouts the loudest. Due to the high stakes at hand, this hope and pray technique is risky and will surely only add to the stress and those sleepless nights. It’s no wonder why so many product managers suffer from burnout!

But it doesn’t need to be this way. There is a much better, more scientific way to make decisions and prioritize what needs to be done. As part of Better Sleep Month in May, here’s how Prodeology’s products and features can ease off anxiety at the workplace, in turn helping you get a good night’s rest

All your product data in one place

The product manager’s role transcends many areas, with them often having to deal with multiple departments at the same time, gathering all relevant information to reach a verdict. 

To make life easier, Prodeology’s robust and flexible user interface allows you to create and organize all your products and ideas in one place for informed decision-making. You can create an unlimited amount of workspaces for all your ideas, from concept to design all the way to launch. 

Priority Scoring Templates

Priority scoring methods are a fantastic opportunity to gain clarity with your team and to understand what needs to be developed next. It’s a great way of mapping out what will be successful, as well as the potential stumbling blocks that could be encountered along the way. As well as giving you the freedom to customize according to what you want and need, our in-built prioritization templates and scoring frameworks will give you a great head start towards realizing your goals and what needs to be prioritized

Share your progress with colleagues and clients

Our feedback management system means you can share your progress with the whole team as well as collect user feedback and requests from colleagues, clients, stakeholders and so on, allowing you to link all ideas back to product features and prioritize accordingly. You can easily filter and search through feedback items and bookmark those of high interest.

Based on the number of requests and ideas linked back to a feature and who requested them, you can also accumulate feedback scores. These scores help make prioritized decisions and can also be added to a more complex formula field score.


A key feature to success is a carefully orchestrated roadmap that will help visualize your company’s overarching objectives and strategies. If you’re building a new product, Prodeology will automatically generate a live URL of a product roadmap generated from all your data which can then be shared with anyone. For a more basic roadmap to be shared with clients and users, Prodeology can also generate a public roadmap so we’ve got you covered.

A business roadmap is a visualization of your company's major objectives and strategies. Stakeholders use business roadmaps to illustrate initiatives and deadlines happening in different departments. Like a business plan, a roadmap gives a long view of where your organization is going and how it will get there.

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We are not by any means claiming our products and features at Prodeology will cure your sleepless nights but it will certainly go a long way towards easing any work-related stress.

So what are you waiting for? Destress with Prodeology by signing up today!

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