This post provides practical tips on how to use your product demo as an effective agile market research tool: to collect user feedback that validates your ideas and improves your This product.
Find out if you truly own your product by taking the product ownership test.
Working with a sprint goal is a powerful agile practice. This post helps you understand what sprint goals are, why they matter, how to write and how to track them.
Learn how to use the Product Vision Board to capture your new product idea, and start testing your assumptions. The tool is an ideal fit for agile and Lean Startup teams.
Learn how Scrum facilitates focussed experimentation to discover the right product features, and how learning from stakeholder feedback helps create a great product.
Find out how the three innovation drivers, desirability, viability, and feasibility help product owners and teams create successful products.
The Product Canvas is a powerful tool that helps agile teams create innovative products. It describes the target group as personas and allows capturing the desired user experience including the user interaction and the user interface design.
Making the right product decisions is tough. Some product owners trust their intuition, others rely on data. Find out which approach is more helpful to create a great product.
This post helps you choose the right aisle and lean practices to innovate successfully. It introduces three innovation stages and explains how product ownership, process, and project setup are influenced by the amount of uncertainty.
This blog posts introduces a simple yet powerful template for personas that is optimised for lean and agile product development.
This posts discusses a user-centric, iterative, and collaborative design process for Kanban and Scrum teams.
Getting lost in the product details and struggling to decide if a feature should be implemented is a common challenge for product owners. This post helps you focus on what really counts: creating value for the people using the product and the organisation developing it.
The blog posts explains how to setting up a Scrum team as an incubator in an established enterprise helps create a new product, and to pilot an agile way of working.
Learn how the product vision, the product backlog, and the concept of a minimal viable product (MVP) can be combined to facilitate successful innovation.
Innovate successfully by creating a minimal marketable product, a product that contains just enough functionality to be viable. This allows you to receive feedback earlier and to quickly adapt your product to the market response.