Your Quick Guide to Timeboxed and Continuous Product Discovery

product discovery with user story mapping

Building new products, bringing them to market and watching the profound influence they have over users’ lives is one of the most satisfying experiences in business. It’s probably why you’re in this game, as well. However, too many organizations are using flawed processes of product discovery, meaning suboptimal revenue and disappointed customers. Effective product discovery … Read more

6 Agile project management pitfalls

6 agile project managament pitfalls

Whether you already use agile management methodology in your development projects or are looking for ways to innovate with a more versatile and dynamic approach to day-to-day workflow, the process is not without its faults. According to Medium, only 58% of organizations worldwide understand the value of project management, with only 22% of them using … Read more

5 tips for involving executives in product development

5 tips to involve executives

Product owners often struggle with involving executives in product development. Convincing a decision maker about additional staff or budget can be hard when he/she doesn’t really understand the project. In addition, non-technical stakeholders don’t have a high-level view of the project. Poor communication and a lack of shared understanding lead to a failed project. Follow … Read more

5 quick tips for involving customers in product backlog

Involve customers in development

How to involve customers in development? If you ever struggled with demanding or ambiguous customer requirement, you should find a better way to communicate. Customers don’t really understand flat backlogs, they have no idea about epics, user stories, iterations. etc. Product owners often realize too late, the customers have a different vision of the product. … Read more