We help you to define the right workflows and use the right tools. All successful organizations have the need to learn fast, yet also release with confidence.
We guide your Product Managers through each situation offering a great opportunity for them to grow, expand their perspectives, and cultivate their product management mindset.
It’s all about the Product Team. We help you to structure and optimize for the effectiveness of you Product Team. What is the right team composition and size. How to enhance empowerment and accountability to solve the hardest problems for your business and all the stakeholders.
Faulty Roadmaps are the root cause of most waste and failed efforts in Product organizations. Make sure the team is working on the highest-value items first. Plan for when key capabilities will launch so the different teams can coordinate marketing programs, sales force hiring, dependencies with partners, and so on.
Describe and communicate the future of your product. Inspire the teams to want to help make this vision a reality. Planning the sequence of product releases to deliver on the path to realizing the product vision. Keep getting good results out of a medium-large organization can be truly challenging.
All successful organizations have the need to learn fast, yet also release with confidence. How do they generate the types of ideas that are likely to truly help them solve the hard business problems? Know the tools, workflows and dynamics to get a winning plan.
There are many different forms of prototypes, each with different characteristics and each suited to testing different things. Will the user or customer choose the Product? Can they figure out how to use it? Can the Team build it? Is the solution viable for the business?
Moving from a mercenary-type, product roadmap-driven, output-focused teams, to truly empowered, accountable product teams that are measured by business results, represents a major cultural shift and a substantial handoff of power and control from management to the individuals on the teams. That’s not the type of change that happens easily.