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How Take Charge Product Management Came to Be

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Steven and I are very actively engaged in the product management community. We conduct product manager and product team training’s for individuals and organizations, I teach product management at DePaul University, …

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The $26 Million Dollar Epiphany by Lee Lambert

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This weeks blog post is written by our friend Lee R. Lambert. Lee is a PMI Fellow and has established the standard against which educators and practitioners in the field of Project Management …

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What Does Agile Mean to Organization’s Today?

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Four Findings from Voke’s Study Last week I wrote a blog post entitled Agile Dominance: Fact or Fiction? It quickly rose to the top of our most popular posts. Normally …

The Product Production Process (Part Three)

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Being associated with a product or product line is more than just being assigned to a project. To stay in sync with your product team, you must understand the process …