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Product Owner vs Product Manager

BY Dave West on December 21, 2016

As a Product Owner and the CEO of Scrum.org I was invited to speak at ProductTank NYC earlier this year about the conflict between the roles Product Owner and Product Manager. And how organizations need to consolidate on one overall decision maker for the product, and that person should be engaged with the delivery teams […] Read more »

Turbocharging Product Development

BY Mark Wilson on April 18, 2016

In the eternal debate over in-house teams or external agencies, everyone is obsessing over the politics of either-or, when they should be focusing on the end goal: the best possible services. And that can only come from an intelligent combination of both. Outsourced Step-Change For many years, we were employed by clients to undertake periodic […] Read more »

From Waterfall to Agile: A Product Manager Transition

BY Ramon Guiu on February 16, 2016

A few weeks back, Martin Eriksson reviewed the history of Product Management and explained how the discipline was born in the FMCG manufacturing industry. At the time, the process for creating products was similar to the Waterfall project management model we’re familiar with because the development, testing, production and market distribution of physical goods is expensive and […] Read more »

6 Things a Product Manager Is Not

BY Simba Sagwete on December 8, 2015

A product manager is simultaneously none of these six things and all of them at the same time. Not all of us get to work in organisations that are set up with specialists in each subject area. Being the generalists we tend to be, working in a smaller organisation is great for allowing us to […] Read more »