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Sharing the Product Roadmap with Customers

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The most recent Global Study of Product Team Performance provided insight into corporate practice in two key areas: When to share the tactical product roadmap with customers and customer-facing employees …

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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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Product Profitability: Which Development Methods Favorably Impact Profitability?

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Back in 2012 I was presenting findings from our first annual study of product team performance when I was asked by a product manager “how does the choice of product …

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User Experience’s Continuing Rise

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First A Glance Back The importance of user experience to an organization’s products grows each year. User experience first emerged as a statistically significant factor in our 2014 study when we …