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SUNDAY REWIND: Dual-Track Agile: Why messy leads to innovation

BY Louron Pratt on June 12, 2022

Dual-Track Agile is an IT development methodology where figuring out what to build is as important as the building process. In this Sunday Rewind post, we look back to delving into this methodology, looking at whether Product Managers can find the approach valuable. […] Read more »

Building a product manifesto

BY Paul Rehmet on December 14, 2021

As the discipline of product management matures, there is often talk in the product management community about a product manifesto — a set of aspirational principles that guide us. Here is Paul Rehmet’s take on what it should say. […] Read more »

Product Diligence: The New Technical Diligence – Part two

BY Drew Falkman on November 18, 2021

Technical due diligence is a lot harder than it used to be with Agile. In the second part of his series, Drew Falkman proposes a pivot from technical diligence to product diligence. […] Read more »

Product Diligence: The New Technical Diligence - Part one

BY Drew Falkman on October 19, 2021

Technical due diligence is a lot harder than it used to be with Agile. In this post, Drew Falkman proposes a pivot from technical diligence to product diligence. Changing our view to focus on the product strategy, development, and management practices. […] Read more »

Mastering your product delivery: a guide on workflow management

BY Elizabeth Hines on August 10, 2021

Workflow is a managed flow in which your work goes from its inception all the way to its creation. This may sound easy at face value, but there are many moving parts that come in and out of the workflow process and before the workflow is even devised yet, there are many steps that come […] Read more »

3 common product operations pitfalls

BY Adam Thomas on November 26, 2020

Product operations maximises efficiency in learning & impact. Adam Thomas highlights the key pitfalls that indicate you’re ready to operationalise the product org. […] Read more »

Using Retros to Create Continuous Improvement - Matt Walton on The Product Experience

BY The Product Experience on November 25, 2020

Matt Walton was one of the founders of FutureLearn, where he scaled the product team and organisation from nothing to the significant player in online education that it is today. Along the way, he learned a lot about continuous improvement of both the product and the processes for building it – including the use of […] 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 »

Roadmaps Are Dead. Long Live Roadmaps! - Janna Bastow on The Product Experience

BY The Product Experience on October 28, 2020

When you have questions about roadmaps, it pays to talk to someone who has spent way too much of her life thinking about them. Janna Bastow – co-founder of both Mind the Product and ProdPad—has been trying to fix the problems of roadmaps for most of her professional life. She hacked together the first version […] Read more »

3 Ways COVID-19 Will Change the Way We Think About Product

BY Sky Calibey on May 5, 2020

As product and solutions lead at Nifty, as well as a consumer of other software, I have started to piece together how I think the Coronavirus and ensuing remote collaboration phase will affect product development and market positioning for months and years to come. There will come a day where we won’t be lining up […] Read more »