For many agile product teams, feature prioritization is the bane of their existence. Its demanding, grueling nature is rooted in a single point: prioritization is purely about decision making.
Story mapping is perhaps the most imaginative stage of product development and as such, needs to be treated like a form of art rather than a project. The most challenging thing about creating the infrastructure for your product’s user stories, is the need to harness all that imaginative-ness into a structured, actionable framework. How do we do that? With the growth of agile practices came a variety of mind mapping tools that allow us to unleash our storytelling skills while …
Before I was a project manager at Craft, I worked on many software projects, each with their own quirks and challenges. A lot of the problem solving took skill
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One of the greatest challenges product managers encounter in agile team work is managing the process. Managing an agile product team’s workflow borders on alchemy – it is
With all the talk about agile technologies and optimizing work processes, it’s easy to take for granted the critical role of a good product team in the agile development
We’ve just launched a major release, replacing our previous “Backlog” section with a brand new “Build” section. We are continuing our vision to become a truly single place for