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Identifying the top selling software requirements with swarm intelligence

Our video demonstrates how to identify market-oriented software requirements with the following four key criteria of swarm intelligence:

1. Diversity of opinion about software requirements… 193 more words


Take Care, Make Care - Part 2: Amber's thoughts

Hey Everyone! I’m really excited to share this week’s Make Care Take Care guest post from Amber Kuiper over at Mommy’s Me Time. Amber has a great way of encouraging and making me feel really stoked about being a mama (not always an easy task on rough days.) And she’s not just saying it – as mom to a toddler, twins who just turned one, and a baby due in September, she’s in the glorious thick of motherhood – and she’s living and loving it. 1,006 more words


Wise inquiries with difficult answers...

“The hardest thing to learn in life is which bridge to cross and which to burn.”- Bertrand Russell

Prioritisation - Getting Your Priorities Straight.

The act of arranging items to be attended to in order of their relative importance.

That definition of the word prioritisation (or prioritization for my British friends) was brought to you by the Collins English Dictionary and it’s a pretty accurate reflection of  what prioritisation means within a project context where ‘items’ are 

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A System To Select What Features To Prioritize #Prioritization

DOWNLOAD HERE: Product Features Prioritization

The decision of what features or fixes to ship is a tough one. I believe most product managers would argue that the priority lies with what’s most important to end users but they might have to report to an internal committee, a CFO or anyone that balances costly decisions with financial feasibility.  419 more words


Maine is not so far from New Brunswick

Open letter from Lucinda Cole of the University of Southern Maine to a student

The following open letter has been linked and shared many, many times since being published yesterday: 1,295 more words


Weekly Manager Update 3

Weekly Warm Fuzzy:  This week I got to see one of you recognize your own growth and take action to make sure you’re still learning.  336 more words