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Take Part in Our 5th Annual Study of Product Teams

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A week ago we kicked off our 5th annual study of product teams. This year’s study is sponsored by our partners; Accelerance, Planbox and Project Connections. Our continuing market research enjoys the …

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Take Charge Product Management Podcast with Greg Geracie 

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Recently, Greg Geracie, the author of Take Charge Product Management and president of Actuation Consulting appeared on YoursProductly, a podcast hosted by Ravi Kumar. Greg discussed many points of take …

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Product Vision: Why Should I Have One?

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Last week I wrote a post describing the difference between product strategy and product roadmaps. All too often product roadmaps are created without the benefit of a coherent product strategy …

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Product Development Methodology Adoption Rate Trend Line: 2012 To 2015

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Over the last four years we have been closely tracking adoption rates for various product development methodologies. It has been fascinating to track the exponential rise of Agile methodologies, particularly Scrum. …