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    The Value of the Retrospective Meeting

    James Nagy - 455 Article rating: No rating

    ​The retrospective meeting is one that everyone thinks they want, but often times people don’t actually do.  It’s extremely important though, after you do something big, to pull everyone back together and ask, “What worked well? What needs improvement? What should we never do again?” The difficult part to having a retrospective meeting is doing it in a way that really stresses that the point of the meeting is to grow and improve and not to blame.

    How to Get People to Buy Into Your Great Idea

    James Nagy - 1315 Article rating: No rating

    ​Most people who think of a great idea want to hit the ground running.  While I can appreciate the sentiment, most people blazing a new trail are going to have a rougher start.  It may be rocky at the start, but eventually you CAN start running.  So, you have a great idea, and you’re hoping people will hear about it and think it’s great too?  But how do you take this concept in your head and convey it to others?

    Product Owner vs Product Manager

    James Nagy - 1169 Article rating: No rating

    ​Being a product owner and a product manager are two very different things.  What are the responsibilities that differentiate them? Well, there are several. And what are the results when one is thrust into the role of another? It varies, but there are a few classic issues we see.

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    A client recently asked me how I was able to understand them so quickly. She was curious about what advice I'd gotten that enabled me to “get integrated so quickly". I told her the best advice I'd ever gotten was - 

    How to be a Great Product Owner

    James Nagy - 1225 Article rating: 5.0

    ​The job of a product owner is no walk in the park. People assume that being a product owner consists of listening to customers and then doing what the customers ask of them.  There is so much more to it than that.  If you’re building a new product, you had better innovate and think of things that they didn’t even know they needed.  This is one of the things that separates good product owners from great ones. So, what are some of the key characteristics of a great product owner? I’ll share with you.

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