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Ways to Define Success and Measure Value for your Product Features

A Boston Women in Product Event Recap

By Garmia Painuly – No matter what the product, our goal as product managers is to deliver value to customers. 895 more words

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Application and End-User Monitoring - A Domain Strategy

Today brought upon an interesting thought about defining an ETA domain strategy.  Defining my organization’s ETA domain strategy.  The Enterprise Technology Architecture of a business is sorely important when defining the future state of applications and potential improvements.   455 more words


Habit-forming Products: What's in the Secret Sauce?

With the ever-advancing technology we have nowadays, barriers to entry have become lower for almost all industries compared to a decade ago. Competition is increasingly fierce and a product can no longer differentiate itself from the crowd by simply being “good”. 642 more words


Current State vs. Future State of the Business

I jumped ahead on this week’s readings as the two articles presented were extremely relevant to what I’m going through today in my organization.  I will admit, I went from one Gartner article the last semester, harping on the importance of spending time analyzing the current state of an organization’s EA, to another Gartner article imploring an organization not spend time on the current state of their EA. 475 more words


The Battle Between Product and Development

I was not sure if this controversial topic would come up in any of my readings, but after going through this week’s tasks, I came upon the teaching of standardization and integration as an operating model.   527 more words


The Psychology of Enterprise Architecture

Have you ever thought about psychology playing a role in any business initiative?  How about psychology in conjunction with making decisions regarding stakeholders?

You’ve probably always heard or been taught to think before your speak and to listen to someone speak without interrupting.   378 more words