Agile is one of the most discussed topics in tech and a potential battleground between Development and Management.
Read this entertaining blog by Aidan Dunphy on how to handle Agile in a Zen-like fashion.
Learn from this excellent case study how to use a lean requirements process to quickly and efficiently gather software requirements.
The use of the phrase ‘Minimum Viable Product’ (MVP) has spread well beyond the start-up community, since it was popularised in Eric Ries’s ‘The Lean Start-up’. However, that doesn’t mean it’s always accepted – there are supporters and critics in companies large and small.
What’s going on with MVP and is it the right approach in your company?
7 things you need to know about UX if you’re a Product Manager
The worlds of product management and User eXperience (UX) are closer than they’ve ever been. If you want to deliver a product that your customers will love then you need to know about UX. But do you, as a Product Manager, really know about UX?
Minimum Viable Product (MVP) versus Optimal product – what’s the difference and the MVP trap that many companies fall into.
Watch our short video to explain the theory behind the Lean Product, MVPs and Optimal Products.
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Do you ever struggle to explain to colleagues what product management does? If so, here’s a simple model that can help.
Essentially product management is about “the what”.
Why should you care about patents?
Do you understand where the opportunities are and are you aware of the pitfalls and risks of, what can seem like, a patent minefield?
Agile and Scrum but with 57 varieties…
So, is Agile better than Waterfall? Scrum better than Stage-Gate? We don’t necessarily think so.
There is no single best way of developing even though some people would like us to believe there is!