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How to Sell Your Boss on Roadmaps Without Timelines

BY Janna Bastow on May 22, 2017

I wonder what it is about feature roadmaps that is comforting to the C-suite. Is it the false sense of security that you’re setting yourself up to deliver a list of features based on untested assumptions and educated guesses? Is it the delusion that locking your organisation into a plan a year in advance equals […]

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Launching Products - Paul Yokota (ProductTank NYC)

BY Tremis Skeete on March 1, 2017

Paul Yokota talks to ProductTank NYC about the process of launching products and discusses the many associated challenges, reflecting on the challenges he faced when launching Animoto’s Marketing Video Builder app. Paul started his career at Mixbook as a product manager for Mosaic, a mobile app for creating photobooks. He currently works as a Senior […]

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Embracing new ideas in user-centric agile development

BY Sebastian Saboune on February 25, 2016

We’ve all been there. You are working on a product, your team and clients get excited about it and start sharing an early build with friends and investors. Before you know it, a number of new features and ideas about what the product should or could do are on the table. These ideas are often […]

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Validate or Die: Using Validation to Build the Right Product

BY Kunal Punjabi on September 16, 2013

As product managers and entrepreneurs, we know the importance of validating an idea before committing to getting it built. However, validation is easier said than done. In fact, it’s possibly one of the hardest things you will ever do in your product life cycle, otherwise products and startups wouldn’t have the abysmal 90%+ failure rate […]

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