There is no magic bullet or secret recipe to make your go-to-market a success every time, but these tips and insights will at least help you sleep at night.
Project management is one of the oldest careers in the world. At the same time, it’s one of the fastest-evolving disciplines. Here are four trends we expect to emerge in 2023.
From the fundamental dichotomy between the two approaches to how waterfall has infiltrated back in our lives, we’ll dissect the obvious so that we can keep our guard up.
Acceptance criteria are not made equal. There are various ways they can be used. There are two primary acceptance criteria types: prescriptive and guiding.
Inspired, self-organizing teams easily breeze through challenges and obstacles. Uninspired teams usually require top-to-bottom direction.
Delivering solutions is easy; creating valuable solutions is hard. Product discovery means uncovering what creates value, whereas product delivery is about producing what creates value.
Agile and predictability don’t mix. You could ignore capacity planning altogether and decline to make any promises on output, but that doesn’t always fly in business. This framework helps you focus on creating value.
It is probably every company’s dream to one day be the one ruling them all — having a 100 percent market share.
Gantt charts are not as detrimental to a modern product toolset as some make them seem. Its effectiveness depends on context and who’s using it.
Change management is the process of preparing for and executing a smooth transition or transformation at the organizational level.
Product critiques get an unbiased, honest view of the product from those involved in creating/evolving it and those eager to join the team.
Product teams and leaders must recognize both the benefits and challenges that come with relying on story points for team velocity estimation.