Daniel Elizalde’s IoT podcast covers product leadership, tools, and strategy. I joined this episode to map my 4 Laws of Software Economics to IoT and mixed software/hardware. We also talked about listening directly to customers/ users/ prospects and distinguishing segments from individual accounts.
ProductTank Dublin is hosting a short discussion on product managers, product owners and scalable models for agile product teams. This is usually a large, loud, opinionated group — so should be exciting and unpredictable.
In this “Mastering Business Analysis” podcast, Rich shares thoughts on product manager versus product owner; output versus outcome; getting out of our cubes to learn from lots of real users; and building the right thing (not just building things right) to deliver measurable value.
ProDUCT management is often a murky role: poorly understood and inconsistently practiced across tech companies – often confused with proGRAM and proJECT management. In this PMI-sponsored webinar, we’ll talk through the basics and how we can all work well together.
Podcast from Agile2016 about the importance of understanding what customers really want; style/personality differences between Sales and Engineering; how to motivate development teams; and what killed off the dinosaurs. “Mommas: don’t let your boys and girls grow up to be product managers.”
For those who missed this year’s Agile Alliance conference in Atlanta (July 25-29), Rich gave talks on “Intro to Agile Product Innovation” and “Intro to Agile Product Management.” Both were for general agile audiences, geared to those working on (or coaching) agile development teams, and emphasizing the revenue-generating market side of the software business. LeanUX / Lean Startup practitioners will recognize many of the themes.
The AgileCamp organizers have generously invited me to kick off the Dallas event with a keynote on unpacking business value. We’ll look at things from “the business side” ahead of a full day of Agile and Lean practices.