Choosing the right products and maintaining a stable release schedule requires appropriate governance and support. We are here to help you make the right decisions and make them last.
Product - Market FitSo you’ve found and built the solution that solves a real problem and people are willing to or already paying you. Congratulations that’s a big step. Now you need to focus on whether you have all the components needed to scale the business.
Don't Fall in Love with Ideas
He can compress the most words into the smallest ideas of any man I ever met.
Product LifecycleFor all of the effort and planning that goes into implementing a product, surprisingly few companies put any thought into long-term use. The question “now what?” hangs in the air once the technology has been implemented.
Reverse every natural instinct and do the opposite of what you are inclined to do, and you will probably come very close to having a perfect golf swing.
Release ManagementProduct releases are planned, not random occurences. Like any good team, you need to get all the players working together. This includes the Product Owner, Development, Operations, Support. Anyone for interfaces?
Every generation laughs at the old fashions, but follows religiously the new.
Henry David Thoreau
Application GovernanceWho does what, how do we perform development and releases, any compliance issues, and don’t forget go to market. Want to know how the team is doing, first you need a program. ISO38500 Application Governance Model
Ask What If
Science and fiction both begin with similar questions: What if? Why? How does it all work? But they focus on different areas of life on earth.
Customer ServiceCustomers no longer have to wait on hold to share their thoughts — they can express their satisfaction (or lack thereof) however they want.
There are no facts, only interpretations.
AuditThe change management project was successful. Congratulations! Now make sure it holds.
Find Out What's Out of Whack
The value that some analysts put on revenue vs. what they put on profit is out of whack. If you can grow real cash earnings, that's 80% of what you ought to do, and the revenue component is 20%.
Louis V. Gerstner, Jr.