Tag Archives: Product strategy
Authors’ note: This is the second part of a series on Portfolio Management for software, co-written by Bruce Winegarden and Linda Merrick. In our prior blog post we suggested some fundamental concepts on how to change the game to focus on winning performance for a whole portfolio,… Continue reading
Focus on winning as a whole Authors’ note: This is the first part of a three-part series on Portfolio Management for software, co-written by Bruce Winegarden and Linda Merrick. In this first post, we’ll discuss the different perspectives that inform how projects and products are… Continue reading
You know the drill… a key customer wants you and their Account Manager to show up and present your latest roadmap, so they can see when they’ll be receiving their long-awaited products or enhancement requests. Of course, you did that nine months ago, promising said… Continue reading
A colleague recently voiced frustration that their divisional strategy is far from clear, yet they are accountable for following it and delivering results against it. Does this problem sound familiar? Here are a few good ways to cope: 1. Look for “breadcrumb trails” – Find a… Continue reading
Thanks to Jeff Lash for the opportunity to answer this question on his “Ask A Good Product Manager” blog. You can see the question and the reply here.