13 years after Twilio first launched, CEO and co-founder Jeff Lawson opens up about the peaks and valleys to share a set of unconventional company building lessons on how to get better as you scale — from introducing new products and refining go-to-market strategies, to focusing annual planning and making post-mortems more effective. — Read … Continue reading Counterintuitive Lessons on How to Get Better as You Scale, From Twilio’s Jeff Lawson | First Round Review
We practice this at Prime Video as well, to help us innovate and improve. Feature flags to ship faster and to lower the risk of deployments. — Read on github.blog/2021-04-27-ship-code-faster-safer-feature-flags/
What is a User Acceptance Criteria? User Acceptance Criteria or UAC, is the contract between the product owner and scrum team, letting them know what needs to be done functionality wise, in order to meet the user’s need and exit successfully. A set of explicit and exhaustive conditions, that detail comprehensively the scope of the … Continue reading Reasons Why you Need a Good Acceptance Criteria
Product Managers are always asked upon to justify their product decisions, why invest company resources in a roadmap. In order to back your decisions, you need to be able to prove that it is indeed what the market is asking for, and you are addressing a need. As a product manager myself, I have continually started to rely on a framework that I have become to grow fonder of, and that is Experiment-Driven Product Development, or XDPD for short.