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.
This blog post discusses how product roadmaps can be effectively applied in an agile context. It covers the information a roadmap contains, the benefits it provides, when it makes sense to employ a roadmap, how the product roadmap and the product backlog relate, and who should own the product roadmap.
Find out when it’s the right point in time to groom your product backlog: Before or after more development work is carried out.
Discover five essential steps that will ensure that your product backlog facilitates innovation and drives the work of the development team.
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.
This blog post discusses why it is important to put a single product owner in charge of a product and how this enables fast decision-making, learning, and delivery.
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.
Applying the product owner role can be challenging, as no two products are the same. While products and projects vary, I have found two common ways to employ the role: Asking the customer or a customer proxy such as a product manager to take on the product owner role. This post discusses when the two alternatives [...]
This blog post shows how to determine the launch date and the budget before the first sprint using a collaborative release planning workshop.
User stories are great at capturing product functionality in isolation. But they are not well suited to describe the interactions between different features and to describe workflows. This blog posts shows how context and activity diagrams can used successfully to complement individual stories.
The Product Vision Board describes the vision, the target group, the needs to be met, the key product features, and the desired business benefits. It’s designed to work in a Lean Startup and in a Scrum context.
Learn how lean agile innovation works, how an idea can be successfully transformed into a shippable product.