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Unifying agile processes for product teams: a case study

BY Oliver Borders on April 1, 2022

Having regular product team meetings can help to dispel several logistical issues as it gives teams a chance to reflect and improve as a team. In this post, we’ll go through different types of meetings to benefit your overall product strategy.  […] Read more »

SUNDAY REWIND: Agile died while you were doing your standup

BY Louron Pratt on March 27, 2022

Despite the successes Agile has brought us, Nate Walkingshaw believes that it’s time to take our lessons from the approach and move on. In this Sunday rewind, we look back to when Nate explained why… […] Read more »

Discovery in an agile world - Anthony Marter on The Product Experience

BY The Product Experience on January 26, 2022

This week, product coach and consultant Anthony Marter joins us on the podcast to chat about the tricky balance between strategy, business case, and discovery. […] Read more »

Better value sooner, safer, and happier by Jonathan Smart

BY Jon Horvath on December 13, 2021 for Prioritised Members

In this #mtpcon London+EMEA keynote, Business Agility Coach Jonathan Smart explains how businesses can change their ways of working by adopting agile to deliver better value. He tells us how it’s all about creating an outcome-focussed product culture. […] Read more »

Why we say Agile when you want to say chaos

BY Raquel Aymerich on March 25, 2021

Most people working in a tech environment have experience working with Agile methodologies. However, it’s very common to see that Agile principles and philosophy are not correctly interpreted and implemented. Some companies fall into the “Agile = speed increase” trap. They focus on how the technical team performs or delivers, but not on what matters: […] Read more »

Estimating Complexity - Liz Keogh on The Product Experience

BY The Product Experience on March 17, 2021

Estimation is a dark art — get it wrong, and your stakeholders will never forget (or forgive). We talked with agile consultant Liz Keogh about how to get this right, who estimates are for, her invaluable scale for estimating complexity, and how to pronounce the word Cynefin. In this episode, sponsored by Hotjar, listen to learn […] Read more »

How To Make a Success of Going Agile

BY Eira Hayward on December 8, 2020 for Prioritised Members

In June 2020 Mind the Product published a post from New Zealander Anthony Marter that really struck a chord with our community: based on a talk he’d given to Agile Auckland, his post argued that product management in an Agile practice is in dire need of a rethink. It’s been one of our most-read articles this […] Read more »

Building Successful Product Development Teams, by Simon Colmer

BY Chris Massey on November 24, 2020

Simon Colmer (at the time of this talk, the Head of Development at Access NFP Websites) spoke to ProductTank London about a developer’s perspective on what it takes to build a successful product development team. As product people, team alignment is table-stakes, and it’s crucial that we factor in multiple perspectives to create diverse, empowered teams, so […] Read more »

Testing Business Ideas, by David Bland

BY Gordon Tang on September 7, 2020

David Bland, co-author of Testing Business Ideas, spoke about his process in writing his book. True to his craft, he tested the content of his book as it was written. Watch the video to see David’s talk in full. Or read on for an overview of his key points. Build, Measure, Learn A repeating theme […] Read more »

Three Hidden Problems That can Ruin Your Agile Retrospectives

BY Ben Staples on September 1, 2020

Scrum.org defines a sprint retrospective as a time at the end of each sprint where the team discusses what went well, what could be improved, and aligns on specific actions the group can commit to improving for the next sprint. Retrospectives are an essential part of any organization running agile software development. I don’t care if […] Read more »