Janice Rohn, Carola Thompson
A clear strategic direction. A shared vision that people can rally around. A vision that is clear and credible. Companies and employees are hungry for all of it. The challenge is that many companies have moved to product lifecycle development techniques that typically aren’t conducive to creating that unifying vision. Insights Agile is a contributor to this situation. Many companies have reduced their capabilities and bench strength in planning and product management. With companies moving to agile, it’s not uncommon to find that roadmaps, requirements, and the typical best practices for product management have been replaced by concepts…
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