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Definition of Done: Who Should Define Done?

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Who defines your product team’s definition of “done” that you apply against every feature or story? Having a clear definition of done is a basic element of a successful product management process. …

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Take Part in Our 5th Annual Study of Product Teams

In 2016, Agile, Business Analysis, Product Management, Product Management Facts, Product Marketing, Product Owner, product team assessment, Product Teams, Project Management, Scrum, Take Charge Product Management, The Study of Product Team Performance, Uncategorized, User Experience by Leave a Comment

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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Stand-Ups Drive Improved Performance – True or False?

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Analysis of this year’s data reveals the importance of regularly conducting effective stand-up meetings. In fact, the more frequently stand-up meetings are held, the more likely product teams are to achieve high performance. Stand-Up …

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Product Development Methodology Utilization in 2015

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In 2012 we began tracking product development methodology utilization by product teams and their organizations. It has been interesting to watch the exponential rise of Agile (Scrum in particular) and the precipitous fall …