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Global Study of High Performance Product Teams

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For the past three years Actuation Consulting, along with a wide array of sponsors and industry associations, has conducted a global study of product team performance. The findings from our annual study …

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Product Development Methods and Their Adoption Rates

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For the last two years we have been asking survey respondents about which product development methods their organizations utilize with an eye toward the trend line. We have found that …

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Join The Study of Product Team Performance

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Take Part in this Year’s Study of Product Team Performance! We Want to Learn How Your Organization is Performing Our annual study examines the dynamics of effective product teams by identifying the …

The Most Frequently Cited Obstacles to a Product Team’s Success

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Our research into the dynamics of product teams it primarily focused upon what differentiates high performance teams from less effective ones. However, each year we ask a question geared at …