Agile · Effectiveness · Innovation · Principles · Product management

Six principles for continuous innovation

As I’ve mentioned recently, several of my teammates and I had the chance in early April to virtually attend the Everyday Innovator Summit (or did we attend the virtual summit? Hard to know) and I found several of the sessions very thought provoking. One I’ve continued to think about was presented by Ash Maurya, who… Continue reading Six principles for continuous innovation

Agile · Encouragement · Leadership

Structures that help in trying times

Leading a large product team striving to develop SaaS products for the B2B enterprise space can be challenging in the best of times. Keeping the team focused on the most important areas for discovery and development, ensuring consistent input and feedback from our target market, and strengthening connections across our sales, marketing, and consulting teams… Continue reading Structures that help in trying times

Agile · Development Effort · Effectiveness · Features · podcasts · Problems · Product management

Problems, Outcomes, and Impact

This morning I was listening to a podcast from Inside Intercom By the way, if you’re interested in product development at any level – if you’re a designer, a marketer, a developer, a product manager, a tester – and you are not listening to the weekly podcast from Inside Intercom then I strongly encourage you… Continue reading Problems, Outcomes, and Impact

Agile · Definitions · Jobs to be done · Leadership · Principles · Product management

How a product owner works with a product manager

I wrote recently about the five key questions product managers need to answer in developing successful solutions. Here I want to build on this post to talk about the role of product owners in the development process. First, I need to set some context. The wider Agile/Scrum community talks about Product Owners and Scrum Masters,… Continue reading How a product owner works with a product manager