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Product vs. Policy


The post Product vs. Policy appeared first on Silicon Valley Product Group. It’s not just the app. It is meant to reflect the full customer experience. Online and offline. Customer facing and customer enabling. That said, I don’t.

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Leadership Tip #13: For Innovation, Remove at Least One Policy or Procedure a Week

Johanna Rothman

Some managers wanted to prevent Bad Things from happening in the organization, so they added policies or procedures. However, the policies and procedures increase friction and make it harder to get the Right Things done. It's time to start removing some of those policies and procedures. Yet, the policies and procedures remain.


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Protecting UX with Feature Policy

Modus Create

Modern applications use Feature Policy to: Enforce permissions. Feature policies can help control such access. Feature policies can also help guardrail performance by denying access to such code. For maximum effectiveness, use Feature Policies in development environments to enforce the contract early on.

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Clint Padgett – Project Success

Walkenhorst talks about wireless policies within organizations, explains how analytics help automate and make sense of data, and discusses the power of listening in leadership. Plus, Brett talks about Bastille’s efforts to build and maintain a Threat Library. This is the second part of a two-part discussion.

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How to Use Customer Feedback for Business Growth

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How Well Do Your Policies Create Desired Outcomes and Trust?

Johanna Rothman

Every organization has policies of some sort. The smaller the organization, the fewer policies you might have. And, the larger the organization, the more policies you might think you need. I keep encountering policies that prevent people from delivering the outcomes the organization wants. Why have policies anyway?

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Creating a Winning Product and User Feedback Policy: The Importance, Components, and a Step-by-Step Guide


A well-executed product and user feedback policy (PUFP) is a critical aspect of any successful business strategy. This policy outlines the steps taken to effectively gather, manage, and communicate feedback from customers in a manner that promotes trust, accountability, and a deep understanding of the needs and desires of the user base.