Skateboards vs. Cars Revisited

Nearly a year ago, one of my all-time favorite Agile coaches, Henrik Kniberg, published an article that I believe does an excellent job at explaining how engineering teams can leverage the concept of an MVP and ensure they are getting the core value out of Agile...

Product Discovery In Regulated Environments

Readers of this blog know the importance we place on vetting and refining product ideas through experimentation with real customers. This is called product discovery and every company has its unique circumstances and challenges with how to do it. We’ve already written...

Learning Fast vs. Failing Fast

By SVPG Partner Chris Jones At this point, nearly everyone in product at some point has heard phrases like “fail fast” or “embrace failure”. Though they are a bit tired, the intent of these phrases is still good: many product organizations are stuck in conservative...

The Four Big Risks

In the first edition of my book, INSPIRED, I discussed how successful products are valuable, usable and feasible, where I defined “feasible” as both technically feasible and business feasible. While it’s easy to remember these three attributes, over...

Leveraging Data Science

In the last several years, many leading companies have successfully integrated data science into their product operation and are reaping the benefits. But for most companies, these techniques remain foreign and intimidating. Some of these leaders understand the...

Product Discovery: Pitfalls and Anti-Patterns

Article: Product Discovery: Pitfalls and Anti-Patterns By SVPG Partner Chris Jones SVPG works with lots of product teams from lots of different companies. Many of these teams believe they are already doing Product Discovery. A few are doing it quite well, but...
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