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Take a goal-first approach so you always know where you are headed. This will ensure you will achieve more and be pleased by where you end up — no matter what you work on. Find practical advice on setting the right objectives and initiatives.

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November 15, 2021

The Benefits of a Cross-Functional Product Team

Product teams are organized around a specific customer need or value stream — not individual projects. Learn about the core benefits of formal product team structure and…

October 25, 2021

The Empathy Gap Is Real in Product Development

The empathy gap is a real threat to every product development team — you cannot achieve product excellence unless you can empathize with the people who build, sell,…

September 21, 2021

The Reasons To Go Agile With a Little "a"

Agile methodologies are not the same as "going agile." Learn which qualities agile product teams embody — so you can build better products and be happier doing it.

July 13, 2021

This Is Why Innovation Programs Fail

While most everyone agrees that innovation is worthwhile, few know how to manage or measure it. Find out why it is important to create a successful innovation program and…

April 19, 2021

Feature Innovation vs. Product Innovation

It takes confidence to be a product manager. You have to be certain that your product solves the right problems for the right people. This requires that you understand…

March 16, 2021

Initiatives vs. Epics vs. Features

Have you ever worked with a disorganized product manager? It almost sounds like an oxymoron. The best product managers I know take pride in bringing order to product plans. Grouping units of work into initiatives, epics, and features provides a structure that helps you align on what you will deliver and why it matters.

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