So it is now early August and Brain Drain has launched! I say ‘launched’, but it was a soft launch and we are positioning it as a beta release (hey, some products spend their whole lives in beta so who cares? It is all about managing expectations). So far, so good. But now the fun really starts so if I keep on top of MutterLog I should continue to give you updates as well as posting interesting things about product development and business in general.
Having passed such a massive milestone in the life of Brain Drain, I thought it might be a good time to start a series of posts sharing what I’ve learned so far. Continue reading
A thought-provoking piece. My answer – it depends. As I’ve said before, product management in a start-up is something everyone mucks in and does together. But the bigger an organisation gets, the more complex it becomes. Then you need someone to stand up for the product while everyone else is burying their noses in other stuff.
Is Product Management Obsolete? | Rich Mironov’s Product Bytes.
via Is Product Management Obsolete? | Rich Mironov’s Product Bytes.
A good post on executive engagement in projects by project management evangelist Peter Taylor.
Executives; Stop failing your Projects! | LinkedIn.
via Executives; Stop failing your Projects! | LinkedIn.