List/Grid Tag Archives: Product Management

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Use Cases for Iterative Development

Almost everything I’ve read about use cases focuses on describing what needs to be added to your product. Agile development says “get it working first, make it better second.” ...
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Provocateurs Gather the Best Requirements

Ask someone what they want, and they’ll tell you they want a faster horse. Provoke them, and they’ll tell you they have a ‘get there faster’ problem, an ‘equine waste disposal’ ...
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Don’t Prioritize Features!

Estimating the “value” of features is a waste of time. I was in a JAD session once where people argued about if the annoying beeping (audible on the conference line) was a smoke ...
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Product Management Slowing You Down?

Does product management slow down your company?What Causes Your Business to Be Slow?Paul Young put out the call for the third annual You Might Be A Product Manager… ...
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A Prototype is Worth a Thousand Lines of Code

A picture is worth a thousand words. A prototype is worth a thousand lines of code. Two key elements of product management – and of agile development are elicitation and feedback. ...
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Product Manager – Strategic or Not?

Are product managers really involved in strategic discussions, or are we just order takers? Adrienne Tan has poked the beehive and started a great discussion with this article. Joining ...
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