Month: September 2015

Product Management

Creating an Effective But Agile Product “Roadmap”

As companies transition from traditional, more waterfall-oriented approaches to their products, they often struggle with understanding how agile practices fundamentally change the ways in which they need to plan and develop their product roadmaps, both for internal use as well as for discussion with key customers and market prospects.  The old-school method of assigning specific […]

Product Management

The Troubles with “Transparency”

The common wisdom in the Product Management world is that more transparency is always better — transparency into the planning process, the roadmap, the product strategy, prioritization, design, development, etc.  And while transparency is certainly important, generally speaking, it can also have its dark side, especially when the culture in which you are being transparent […]

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