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Effectively Prioritized Backlog and High Performance

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The Correlation Between an Effectively Prioritized Backlog and High Product Team Performance Today we will look at the fifth of six total key findings drawn from the analysis of the …

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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 …

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Technology Companies Are More Hit or Miss Than Other Verticals

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We recently asked the following survey question “Which of these statements best describes your view of your product team’s performance against organizational expectations?” The majority of product team members indicated …

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The Innovation Leadership Continuum

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“Who is responsible for incubating and leading the definition and development of innovative or disruptive products in your organization?” This is one of the key questions we asked survey respondents …

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Marketing And The Product Team – How To Nurture A Positive Relationship

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One of the issues that organizations encounter as they scale is optimizing the working relationship between marketing (or product marketing) and the product team. So in our most recent market …