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Who Really Owns the Requirements Backlog?

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It’s often assumed that product owners and product managers are singularly responsible for the requirements backlog. While this is true in many instances – this assumption does not hold true in all …

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Satisfaction: Just How Satisfied Are Product Team Members?

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There’s no getting around the fact that product team members have been under pressure to do more with less for a sustained period of time. While the pressure brought on …

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Has Product Team Performance Improved Over Time?

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Recently I was asked about product team performance over time. The actual question was “what does your data show about how the great recession impacted product teams?” Our data goes …

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Blended Product Development Methods Continue to Rule

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For the last four years we have been tracking the adoption rates for various product development methodologies. Our annual Study of Product Team Performance has documented Agile’s continuous rise (through …

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Core Product Teams – What Size Performs Best?

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Our market research into high performance product teams continues to yield interesting data about the factors that distinguish the most effective product teams from the pack. In last week’s post Sean …

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How Many People Are On Your Core Product Team?

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For the last four years we have been conducting detailed market research on what makes some product teams more successful than others. Over this time span we have identified nineteen …