Despite calling ourselves scrum teams, we often aren’t equipped to learn fast enough. Here are three steps to improve your release management process and set your next deployment up for success.
Strategy is all about competing differently, and a distinctive competency is how we compete differently from our competitors.
A comprehensive guide to help you identify the best books, articles, introductory courses, and activities to kick-start your product management career.
The best way to bring six thinking hats into your organization is to become a champion of it and gradually introduce it to your work.
We’ll define what a business case is, help you determine when you need one (and when you don’t), and walk you through a four-step process for writing a business case.
Cannibalization is when a product “eats” another one’s market share. Usually seen as a bad thing, cannibalization can be intentional, unintentional, or cross-market.
Both risks and rabbit holes can easily be captured, discussed, and organized into a table known as a risk register.
A strategic roadmap can be a blessing or a curse. Discover what a strategic roadmap is (and isn’t), common antipatterns to avoid, and how to build one by looking at a real-world example.
Product managers must learn how to estimate the gravitas of their decisions and how to cut losses gracefully (with minimal damage) when they inevitably happen.
A RAID log is the perfect tool to anticipate and track all the risks, actions, issues, and decisions revolving a project.
If you see yourself as the customer, you’ll make decisions based on what YOU deem necessary. The problem is that your customers may not agree.
Using the 80/20 elements, outcome, simplicity, progress, and satisfaction, will help you understand whether the last 20 percent of outcome is worth pursuing.