Bill Cronin
By:Bill Cronin Posted On: Topic:Product Management

How we use Lean Requirements: An in-depth guide

Defining Lean Requirements helps accelerate software development by shortening the cycle time to gather requirements. Over the past few years, we've continued to iterate and grow this approach. This article shares what we've learned in that time and explains how we use Lean Requirements in more detail.

Aurimas Adomavicius
By:Aurimas Adomavicius Posted On: Topic:Product Management

Facilitating PMO role changes during an agile transformation

Role definition and change management are the most difficult obstacles to overcome for large organizations that adopt Agile. Employees can feel threatened and pushed out of their comfort zone by the barrage of changes—from the process they use, to the changes in titles, the reporting structure, and the focus on results versus risk mitigation. This article explores how best to facilitate role changes during an agile transformation.

Laura Albun
By:Laura Albun Posted On: Topic:Product Management

Cure your sticky-note allergy: 5 skills for effective workshops

Have you had the same requirements-gathering discussion multiple times but still don’t know what to do next? Does your team shudder when they see you break out sticky notes in a meeting? (Hint: If you answered yes to either of these questions, keep reading) Practice the five skills outlined in this post for effective workshop facilitation.

Bill Cronin
By:Bill Cronin Posted On: Topic:Product Management

Build the right product with results-driven development

When developing a product, it’s important to build things the right way—high-quality code that’s tightly aligned to requirements. But even perfectly built software is worthless if it has no value to the end user. That’s where results-driven development comes in. We explore how to build products the right way, while making sure we're building the right products.

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