7 Ways of Creating and Sustaining an Agile Product Roadmap

By Ellen Gottesdiener – Product Roadmaps Are Necessary for Product Success A product roadmap visually depicts how your product will evolve over time to realize your product vision and achieve continual value for your customers and business. (I define the term product to refer to a software application, system, device, service, or a combination that…

Doing Things that “Do Scale”

By John Zilch – It can be fun doing things that don’t scale in the early days of a product or business. Whether it’s testing product-market fit, marketing messaging or innovation options, teams can be creative as they fine tune their business model. For example, InsightSquared, a Boston-based revenue analytics company, launched in 2010 to help…

Breaking into PM

Wondering how to “crack the code” for a career in Product Management?  Whether you’re a newbie in the job market or transitioning from a different role, here are some tips from seasoned Product Managers. Top 10 Pieces of Product Management Career Advice – By Kimberly Berls As product managers, we all have lots of questions…

Is MVP Dead?

Is Minimum Viable Product Dead?  – By Don Stoddard   Minimum Viable Product is a widely accepted concept; so why do so many people want to declare it dead?  There are numerous articles now about MVP and why it no longer works.  Much of the discussion centers around the misuse and confusion of the words “minimum” and…

BWP 2017 Year in Review

Boston Women in Product 2017 Year in Review: By Emera Trujillo.  2017 has been an exciting year for Boston Women in Product. With events throughout the year, our organizing committee has loved being on this journey with all of you. As we gear up for 2018, here’s a look back at the past year with Boston…