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How to Stop Common B2B Dysfunctions in the Product Team

BY Jock Busuttil on February 4, 2016

There are several common dysfunctions plaguing product teams in B2B companies the world over. How can you stop them? Read on for suggestions. […] Read more »

Experiments in roadmapping at GOV.UK

BY Neil Williams on July 28, 2014

Roadmaps can be a powerful tool to communicate the vision for a product’s development, unite teams of makers around common goals and let stakeholders know (roughly) when they can expect the improvements they care about. That’s why everyone loves a good roadmap. But getting them right is hard. Roadmaps are born of all sorts of […] Read more »

Video: Doing it properly, at scale

BY Martin Eriksson on October 24, 2013

Tom Loosemore, Deputy Director at the UK’s Government Digital Service, spoke at ProductTank recently about how to do product development properly, at scale, in government. It’s an eye-opening case study of how even the most entrenched and sluggish organisations can revitalise their digital presence with the thoughtful application of simple principles of user-centered design and […] Read more »

Video: Proper product management in large organisations - do it with Jazz

BY Martin Eriksson on February 5, 2013

Tom Loosemore is the Deputy Director at the UK’s Government Digital Services and was responsible for the recent launch of a single domain, user centred government website – gov.uk. In his talk at our product management conference Mind the Product 2012 he discussed the genesis of that project and how he and his team managed […] Read more »