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Technical Review: A Trusted Look Under the Hood

TechEmpower - Product Management

Many CEOs of software-enabled businesses call us with a similar concern: Are we getting the right results from our software team? We hear them explain that their current software development is expensive, deliveries are rarely on time, and random bugs appear. cto , infotech , innovation , product , project , saas

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The Startup Lifecycle: How To Win At Each Stage

The Product Coalition

by Sergey Kizayn, CTO, Intetics. Stage 1: Bring In The Consultants Partnering with the right consultant during the ideation phase of your startup has several crucial benefits. Plus, consultants know how to help you get that first round of funding, which you’re going to need in order to launch your product.

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Conducting User Research in Product Management

The Product Guy

Paul is a member of the Boston Product Management Association, Boston CTO Club, the Boston-NY CTO HIT Club, co-founder of the Boston Jewish Outdoors Club and product management consultant. Amanda Ralph Product Management Consultant. Vikas started his career as software developer with Siemens.

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Applying Product Management to Web Design in a Multiscreen Era

The Product Guy

Paul is a member of the Boston Product Management Association, Boston CTO Club, the Boston-NY CTO HIT Club, co-founder of the Boston Jewish Outdoors Club and product management consultant. Amanda Ralph Product Management Consultant. Vikas started his career as software developer with Siemens.

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An Adult Conversation About Estimates

Speaker: Beekey Cheung, Software Consultant, Professor Beekums, LLC

Estimates are a contentious topic in software development. Most of our development teams hate providing estimates and many managers are starting to view them as unnecessary. As senior software leaders, how can we determine whether estimates are helpful or harmful to our teams?

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Business Development vs. Product Management

The Product Guy

Paul is a member of the Boston Product Management Association, Boston CTO Club, the Boston-NY CTO HIT Club, co-founder of the Boston Jewish Outdoors Club and product management consultant. Amanda Ralph Product Management Consultant. Vikas started his career as software developer with Siemens.

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The Unintentional Career of John Cutler

Mind the Product

He writes, he tweets, he regularly speaks at conferences, and with 31,000 Twitter followers (not to mention 26,000 followers to his Medium blog ), he’s a prolific and consistent voice in the study and development of the product management craft. I’m a train wreck of career decisions, nothing has been intentional,” John says.

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