Why do we have this kind of love-hate relationship with our project management tools, and just feel love for tools as Slack. Why is that? We decided to research this topic to understand what the perfect project management would look like!
The scope of product management is incredibly broad and varied and product managers have to be on their toes to run everything smoothly. But that doesn’t mean that product managers have to step in everywhere.
When product and project leaders learn to distinguish between the roles and objectives of product management and project delivery teams, they will learn how to increase their effectiveness and become successful working together.
Every team has often a lot of feature ideas. But they can’t keep changing them, or they won’t actually move forward. They run the risk the team will get fed up. Here is a pragmatic process to build great products by focusing on the right features.
Earlier this month, Marc Verstaen, co-founder and CEO at Anaxi, joined Bill Cushard from ServiceRocket on his podcast Nice Work! to talk about why interface matters when we come to collaboration.
Fixing project management-related shortcomings One of the biggest complaints about GitHub is the end-user interface they offer to browse tasks. Indeed, GitHub lets you input
A great article about (1) what is the CTO Mission? (2) how to measure the CTO? (3) How should the CTO split his/her time internally vs externally? then finally (4) what are the specific responsibilities of the CTO towards the organization?
Efficiency is great if you can plan for the long-term. But because efficiency, by design, locks in roles, processes and practices, it also makes it much harder to change. We need a new model for organizations based on responsiveness.
We work in a creative field, where we are incredibly fortunate to be able to feel fulfilled by what we do. We want to make a difference and in today’s market, we have the freedom to choose the kind of work that best fits our strengths and interests.