The Product Delivery Problem (Hint: It’s Not You)

For product managers and their counterparts, the road to launch is a fight to keep every task, every detail, every change grounded in business goals. It’s not enough to be fast. Or to deliver the right product. You need to do both. This requires: Balancing the needs of many stakeholders to define a set of

Project Management Best Practices (21 tips)

Project management is a juggling act, with too many balls in the air at once. Anyone can learn to draw a Gantt chart, but effective project managers also rely on the savvy that comes from experience. Whether you are a rookie or a veteran PM, these tips, from people who’ve already done their tours of

Increase Product ROI With Better Decision Making

What if you could get the right product to market 18 percent faster? What would that mean to your bottom line? For the average 100-person team, 18 percent translates to $1.5 million a year, and puts about one to two hours back into the day of every person on the product team. Business decisions =

A Modern Take on the Agile Manifesto

When the Agile Manifesto was published in 2001, our workplace looked very different from how it does today. Despite major changes in how we work, our interpretation of the Manifesto hasn’t changed in over a decade. So what does today’s Agile look like? Do the values of the Manifesto still apply? How can we evolve