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    User Experience: Product Thinking

    James Nagy - 2442 Article rating: No rating

    What do you think when you think “User Experience”?  For me, I think of a simple and easy to use interaction with a product.  So, what’s the most important? The features that make the product easy to use or the product itself that solves a problem for the user?  If you think the latter, then you are using product thinking.  So, why is this important to user experience?

    Product Owner vs Product Manager

    James Nagy - 1158 Article rating: No rating

    ​Being a product owner and a product manager are two very different things.  What are the responsibilities that differentiate them? Well, there are several. And what are the results when one is thrust into the role of another? It varies, but there are a few classic issues we see.

    Don’t be Socially Awkward on Social Media

    Breanne Sagen - 1397 Article rating: No rating

    ​Have you ever had some sort of networking event phobia? You know you need to be there, you know networking is beneficial to your business, and yet you dread the thought of walking up to a person and speaking to them.  You know – actually networking.  Heaven forbid you actually have to have a conversation with a person.  Unfortunately, many people behave just as socially awkward on social media.

    Best Advice Ever

    Anil Saxena - 738 Article rating: No rating

    A client recently asked me how I was able to understand them so quickly. She was curious about what advice I'd gotten that enabled me to “get integrated so quickly". I told her the best advice I'd ever gotten was - 

    How to be a Great Product Owner

    James Nagy - 1220 Article rating: 5.0

    ​The job of a product owner is no walk in the park. People assume that being a product owner consists of listening to customers and then doing what the customers ask of them.  There is so much more to it than that.  If you’re building a new product, you had better innovate and think of things that they didn’t even know they needed.  This is one of the things that separates good product owners from great ones. So, what are some of the key characteristics of a great product owner? I’ll share with you.

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