At Web Directions Summit 2022, I made the case that Jobs to be Done work as a great “exchange” currency for teams to discuss value with stakeholders.
Tag: Product Management
Managing by Outcomes with Jobs to be Done (JTBD) can help facilitate two-way negotiations that allow for team autonomy and ownership.
In this short video, Jeff Patton talks about the challenges of moving from Output to Outcome in Product Thinking, and how we should measure good outcome!
Testing Business Ideas thoroughly, regardless of how great they may seem in theory, is a way to mitigate the risks of your viability hypothesis being wrong.
In this post I’ll talk the need for visibility and traceability systems that enables you to adjust strategic choices accordingly.
In this post, I’ll talk about how can we facilitate pivot and risk mitigation discussions while pursuing ideas and/or approaches, what methods, tools or techniques are available for pivot and risk mitigation, and what signals we need capture in order to know if we should Persevere, Pivot or Stop.
Let’s talk about how to help teams with facilitating investment discussions by finding ways to reduce subjectivity when debating the value ideas.
In this 7-minute video, John explains why limiting work in progress can increase flow and value in product development.
Learn about quantifying and qualifying strategy as we make a case for a set of tools that helps teams find objective ways to value design.
John Cutler looks at 12 Signs You Are Working in a Feature Factory, talks about some hard conversations to be had, and how psychological safety is a prerequisite to escaping the build trap.