A neat technique to manage product requirements

I came across this awesome video from Ryan Singer via Mind the Product blog and I just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share it. It’s a neat method to categories a million items that comes up during product development. It talks about identifying and decoupling ‘orthogonal’ tasks. This means you find tasks that are […]

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Product Prioritization or how to be a curator

I am reading the wonderful Rework. One topic that stands out for me is their emphasis on being selective on product features. They basically argue that building a good half product is much better than having a half-ass whole product. How true!! but what causes a product to end up being the latter and not […]

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