After speaking, consulting, writing and teach about Agile Product Management, we've captured some of our core ideas about APM into a white paper.
"Technology companies are moving toward Agile development. This is driven by the need to improve productivity, boost product quality, and make delivery against business goals more predictable. Product management is a crucial part of the move to Agile, calling for new skills and new kinds of deliverables. Many product management organizations, however, do not have experience with Agile deliverables, processes or communications styles.
This white paper briefly reviews Agile development, then identifies six levels of product management and how Agile changes those levels. Roles, processes and deliverables are increasingly divergent from waterfall models as we move from long-term strategy toward sprint-level and daily activities. We will use an outside-to-inside approach to examine Agile Product Management responsibilities for:
1. Portfolio Management
2. Roadmaps and Release Plans
3. Requirements Management and Communication
4. Customer Input and Collaboration
5. Agile Product Teams
6. Communicating Information Up, Across and Out....
Please download it from here.
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