Great thoughts here from a guest blogger. As someone who cares about thrilling our clients with products that more than meet their needs, I truly appreciate the reminder to talk with your support team. We get lots of our best ideas that way.
Today something happened that I have experienced multiple times in the past few years. A question came up in our daily scrum meeting about the way two features need to interact in our product. Both are new features (though they leverage some of our existing functionality) and the team has been making great progress on… Continue reading Let’s schedule a meeting for that
Steve Johnson regularly has good thoughts to share about Agile product development; hope you enjoy his words here.
I’ve picked again recently on the theme of Agile planning in this blog and thought I would continue with a few brief thoughts about the context for planning. I talked earlier in this series (way back in January of 2014) about portfolio planning and product roadmaps that set plans for individual sprints and releases into… Continue reading Tell me a (short) story
Another piece well worth reading. Some key quotes: – you want your customers to inspire the product, not define the product – sales people are supposed to be selling
Writing my latest blog post on daily planning as part of the broader Agile product development plan got me reflecting on some of my own planning tools and techniques. I wanted to share some of those thoughts here. First of all I should acknowledge that I am a huge fan of planning. I’ve found both… Continue reading Personal planning: reflections on my own daily planning post