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Passion and the “Ideal” Product Manager

What makes the ideal product manager? This is a very timely subject for our team, having just gone through an exhaustive — and ultimately successful — search for a new product manager to join the fold, one that forced us to ask ourselves…

The Capacity Quadrant: Four Keys to Improved Resource Planning

Organizations often cite resource management as their most overwhelming challenge. Despite the best-laid plans, they just can’t get a handle on getting the right people available at the right time. Because of this, they sometimes…

Humility for Development Managers

In his book The Inmates are Running the Asylum, Alan Cooper asserts that developers such as myself were nerdy children who were bullied by less nerdy children (such as he, I assume), and therefore need to take revenge on our extroverted childhood…

How Does Your Company Measure Up?—Make Your Voice Heard

Participate in the 2nd Annual Product Portfolio Management Benchmark Study Take the Survey Now and receive the full complimentary report. It’s time for the 2nd Annual Product Portfolio Management Benchmark Survey! You are invited…

How Is Your Company Using Social Media?

Allow me to pose the question again, but this time as a multiple choice question: How is your company using social media? As a hip way to fill business cards and e-mail signatures with nifty and icons To communicate to employees and customers…

Portfolio Management and Agile Programming

When Kent Beck first articulated the principles of agile programming, he spearheaded the greatest change in software methodology in the last twenty years, and therefore perhaps of all time in such a young art. As I cannot hope to improve…

A Pocket Full of Nuggets from ProductCamp Austin

It was an impressive turnout at ProductCamp Austin (PCA) this weekend. Here’s the breakdown: Close to 700 people registered for the un-conference More than 500 people actually showed up… on a SATURDAY (that is dedication!) Roughly 50…