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To 10x Your Profits Start With Retrospectives

20% is boring As many of you know, there’s a technique called a “retrospective” in scrum, or you might call it a debrief. After each sprint the team spends a short amount of time reviewing what went well, what could be improved, and what they should stop doing. The goal is for the team to Read More

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Doug Hall’s Three Laws of Marketing Physics

I like to use simple heuristics to help me think about product management problems or situations. I’ve written about my three product rules of thumb which can determine if a product can be successful. There’s also my take on agile, ways to get over creative blocks, and how to prioritize. Another great heuristic I love Read More

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