As we think about audacious goals for next year and how to organize teams for success, we’re thinking about the skills required for team flow. If you’re familiar with Shape Up, you’re also familiar with the Hill Chart analogy of progress. You begin with a large space of…
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In software development, synchronous processes are easy to reason about; they are sequential, more deterministic, and require less integration testing…
The word tradeoff has become ubiquitously overused and misunderstood in product development.
A couple of months ago I stumbled on something which stopped me in my tracks. I realized that the way I consume and retain information and…
When I first learned about Jobs To Be Done from Bob Moesta and Chris Spiek, one of the core concepts that stuck with me was the emotional…
Our process of scoping work, and estimating the time it will take, is fundamentally broken.
For most successful companies or products you hear about these days, you hear stories about similar ideas that failed.
I often hear of a company’s innovation roadmap. I’m always perplexed: How can something that is by nature amorphous have a blueprint…
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Ilya Sterin