Kent is an accomplished product management professional who works with cross functional teams to discover and deliver maximum outcome with minimum output. He uses business analysis and facilitation techniques to build a shared understanding between product teams and stakeholders from all relevant parts of the organization.
Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) are a powerful tool that companies and their product teams can use to align on goals and measure progress toward meeting those goals. How you write your OKRs gets you off to a great start toward accomplishing part or all of your objectives. Here’s a look at five steps to follow when writing both Company and Product OKRs.
The prioritization grid, and a related technique the prioritization matrix provide one set of criteria. Let’s take a look at what these techniques are and how you can use them to narrow down the options you have to pick from and ultimately pick which option to work on first.
A key piece of every agile software development framework is the notion of a cross functional team that has all the skills necessary to deliver value on a regular basis. These teams go by a variety of names, whether it’s a scrum team in the Scrum framework or an agile team in the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe).