Metrics are an important tool for product managers, but metrics alone don't solve problems. Metrics are a starting point for conversations about objectives, and how we're progressing toward meeting them—metrics aren't the end of the story, but rather the beginning. This article explores how product managers can use metrics to create a vision for a product, then work with teams to execute that vision.
We’re proud to announce Sourcery Academy for Product Managers, a four-week course will provide hands-on, real-world experience and insight from Devbridge employees and leadership. We believe the best way to learn is by doing. That's why we've created a curriculum that puts you in the driver's seat. You'll build your knowledge through first-hand experience, working alongside some of the brightest minds in the industry.
In a recent post, Aurimas talked about product thinking—building what your customers need, and a culture of innovation. In that post, he mentioned a recent workshop wherein one of the executives asked how we could avoid failure. Figuring out a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is a great place to start. But how do you create a good MVP? And why?
Estimation. Such a hotly debated, time-consuming exercise. Are they a necessary evil? Should we eliminate estimates? Where do we stand?
Since the beginning of software development, project managers have been trying to tame the three-headed monster known as the iron triangle: scope, schedule and budget. Here's how to conquer the iron triangle and create valuable products quickly.
We think of Agile software development as a philosophy, not a methodology. We discuss why, and how an Agile approach benefits our customers.