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Webinar: SPC Journey – I’m an SPC and a Trainer

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You’ve taken one or more SAFe classes, and now it is your turn to teach. Most SPCs will need to educate people and train various certified SAFe classes. Join us for the next episode in the “SPC Journey” series as we discuss how an SPC can excel in the classroom so that they can enable participants with the knowledge and understanding necessary to achieve greater business agility.

Webinar: What is a Profit Stream?

Frameworks, Profit, Webinars|

Profit is the net income resulting from revenue minus expenses. Profit is essential because, without profit, a business is unsustainable. The problem is that while there is lots of guidance on how to price regular goods and services, there is little guidance on how to design profitable software-enabled solutions - until now.

The Profit Implications of Your Value Exchange Model

Frameworks, Process, Product, Profit|

Do you understand your value exchange model? The economic value of a software-enabled solution is the benefits a customer receives less their costs.  How a customer exchanges money for this value represents a critical design decision for product leaders with substantial, long-term implications for their underlying technical and business architectures as well as the sustainability of their solution.  Design choices made by business leaders about value exchange directly influence the profitability of the software-enabled solution’s business model.

Giving Thanks for Portfolio Management

Frameworks, Process, Product, Profit|

I have years of fond memories of Thanksgiving Dinner. As a child growing up outside of Buffalo, NY, we’d play downstairs while the parents prepared the meal upstairs. Then, when the time came, we helped set the table, schlepping food up and down the stairs. Finally, following some words of thanks, the entire family would eat, and then the adults would return upstairs, doing… well, adult stuff. But, of course, that adult stuff wasn’t our concern because we kids went back to goofing around, often outside if it wasn’t too cold.

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