While there are many great resources for understanding and documenting a business model, few give deep insight on maximizing software product profitability.
Why did we decide to name our company Applied Frameworks? And how can you use frameworks to spur innovation at all levels of your organization? The answers to these questions and more can be found at the edge of a swamp in Quantico, Virginia, 35 years ago...
Shipping a product nobody buys is the ultimate failure for a Product Owner. Design Thinking employs empathy and experimentation to help you develop the right product for the right market at the right time.
Agile transformation often requires Business Analysts to become Product Owners. This essay explores the differences in the two roles and provides two frameworks you can use to make the transition.
Release planning requires more than dates on a calendar. You need a strong Product Backlog as well as a shared Product Vision. In this how-to guide we provide a comprehensive review of the process and helpful frameworks to get the job done.
Regular, well-run retrospectives are critical to the ongoing improvement of an Agile team. In theory, scaling this process into an enterprise-wide activity sounds like a great idea. The reality of large scale retrospectives is quite different, however.