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Agile Leadership

Outputs or outcomes?

While working with organizations on defining their product value, I have noticed that outputs are often confused with outcomes. Products and companies are mostly focused on outputs and company impacts, while outcomes seem to be ignored.

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Agile Leadership

Key Value Metrics

Measuring Value is one of the most essential activities in product management. For instance, for Product Owners and Managers, this process is a background for making informed decisions about the future of the product and assessing the current value and state of a product.

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Agile Leadership

Product Roadmap at the Product Portfolio Level

Having a Product Roadmap for a single product seems to be a standard in Product Management. This visual aid helps with a general product overview without unnecessary details. Increases conversations with stakeholders and creates transparency and shared understanding.

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Product Owner

Different Ways to Know your Customers

Product Owners must know their customers to succeed in today’s competitive markets. There is a common agreement among experts involved in product management about it. A lot has been said about this topic. In this blog post, I discuss the different ways to know your customers. To make it more practical, I share some tools to ease application in the work environment.

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Agile Leadership

Success of Implementing EBM

Previously, I have described some challenges with the Evidence-Based Management implementation. There are plenty of challenges regarding the process of applying Evidence-Based Management, there are

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Agile Leadership

Why experiment?

People in organizations are often afraid of running experiments. I have observed ca. 70% of people responsible and accountable for products are reluctant to validate

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