Competitive advantage can only be created with strategic management. As PMs, we identify the differentiator points and amplify them to create a competitive advantage.
Silos are the obstacles and barriers that occur between different teams and inhibit the transmission of information.
Teams built on the principles of ART work collaboratively on defining the problem they want to tackle and the solution to be delivered.
A gap analysis is a strategic planning tool that can help you identify discrepancies between your current performance and your desired or potential performance.
Often, the plethora of choices you must make generates decision fatigue, clouding objectivity and escalating subjectivity. A decision matrix helps distill choices down to their core attributes, offering a simplified, objective perspective for comparison.
Scrum ceremonies are a series of structured events that provide a foundation for effective communication, collaboration, and decision-making among team members.
A Lean Canvas is a single, visual document that outlines what you need to consider when moving from a potential idea to a mature business.
Version control in software engineering is a vital component of product development. It’s a best practice that significantly enhances efficiency, fostering faster team growth in the process.
The agile premise of working in short iterations to create a working product increment and learning from feedback to understand what to best do next is essentially PDCA.
An altitude map displays levels of product metrics visually. It maps out the most relevant metrics and shows how each influences each other.
Long-term goals are a set of outcomes that you hope to deliver over an extended period of time. These are major accomplishments for your team.