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Transitioning from Scrum to Kanban

BY Susan Trapp on June 23, 2017

We here at insightsoftware.com, creators of Hubble, have recently moved from a Scrum to a Kanban software development approach. The driver behind the move was to improve the speed of business delivery and quality of the delivered product. The process seemed to go smoothly, even though the teams are distributed and have varying skill levels. […]

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The Evolution of a Product Manager - Josh McWilliam

BY Tremis Skeete on May 15, 2017

Josh McWilliam is a co-founder and Vice President of Product at College Factual. Their mission is to help every student realize their full potential through the best fit education their money can buy. While their focus is on students with the College Factual brand, they also have other brands like Ed.ai (for advisors), Educate.ai (for […]

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Collaborative Alignment - the ‘Auftragsklärung' framework

BY Marc Kadish on August 3, 2016

In this talk from Product Tank London, I make a case for the crucial role of alignment in product management. In particular, I present the new framework – ‘Auftragsklärung’ – which includes a nicely designed canvas as a tool to structure and guide this intangible process. ‘Autonomy through alignment’ is one of the catchy phases I used to describe that […]

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Product, Management & Communication

BY Lorian Leong on June 23, 2016

In an inspiring talk, Andreas Thorsheim talks about information gathering and synthesis in relation to the product manager role, middle management, and stakeholder communication management. He points out that the product manager is a central keystone of information within the organisation, acting both to hold everything together and to channel energy to the parts of […]

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A "Trifecta" Approach to Building Trust & Motivating Others

BY Robin Zaragoza on June 16, 2016

The process of bringing ideas to life in a product is messy and difficult. As product managers we are constantly balancing time and money constraints, strong and often differing opinions, and unpredictable customers. So how do you move an idea forward amidst all this chaos? Megan Folsom presents us with a unique approach, her own […]

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