The Great Divide
It's been 9 months since I last called myself a product manager. Having faced my qualms with the profession as a whole, the transition to a more technical role felt like a natural choice.
Agile's unanimous success is the culprit of its own demise.
Defining Your Project's Issue Schemes
While the common set of issue types covers a vast number of needs, the 'industry standard' set of rules should really only be used as guidelines.
The Art Of Technical Documentation
It's not so much our ideas that consume us, but the ability to explain those ideas to entire teams of people.
Agile Development Without The Bullshit
The term "Agile Development" in product management has been bloated with jargon and meaningless terminology. Let's look at agile and get back to the basics.