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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 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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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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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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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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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 …