What are they and why should you pay attention. If you are in a typical, feature-team based product organisation, it is likely that you're regularly being asked by a project manager, a program manager or other stakeholders to provide dates and estimates of when you believe a work increment is
How we took ideas from the famous methodology from Jake Knapp and Jeff Patton and made something work for our team. Back when I was at 11:FS Foundry, our team was very much focused on delivery. We were building a Banking-as-a-Service platform (BaaS), had a lot of competitors, and
Discover the 4 essential steps to work through for your team's product discovery
Over the past couple of years, a lot of you have reached out and asked how they could get their managers to spend more time on Discovery. For that, I thank you. I probably wouldn't invest too much time in convincing your management to invest in Discovery if you are an individual contributor.