Is the working model between your company's user experience, product management, and development teams functioning perfectly? Have you already established a user-centered design (UCD) process that flows smoothly to create excellent products with every release? If you can answer "yes" to both questions, you probably don't need to continue reading this article. Unfortunately, most readers will not answer in the affirmative since the relationship between these departments often leaves room for improvement. A key management challenge for effective collaboration is finding alignment on a shared set of goals. Many times this alignment can be achieved as a side effect…
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