Top ‘o the morning to you on this St. Patrick’s Day! Before you dig into the corned beef and cabbage, feast your eyes on these subscription headlines: YouTube TV increases subscription fees for new subscribers, a payments company will bring 300 new jobs and invest $30 million in a new office in Omaha, and Tubefilter shares lessons learned from the rise and fall of Vero, a new social sharing platform.
March 17, 2018
This first article of our series Getting Your Product Out the Door: Product Development Basics offers a look at the history of subscription product development, defines the role of product owner and its importance to the organization and details the elements of new product development.
This third article our series Getting Your Product Out the Door: Product Development Basics goes beyond the product owner relationship and covers other roles and development methodologies you should know to be successful in product management.
This fourth article in our series Getting Your Product Out the Door: Writing Requirements expands on the actual product build, including writing requirements, prioritizing features and testing. Includes detailed templates and tips on how to perform the critical role product owner in each of these phases.
This fifth article in our series Getting Your Product Out the Door: Sourcing and Vendor Relations offers insights into finding, evaluating and working with vendors. Your service providers and vendors performance can have a direct impact on your own success — they are an extension of your brand and business, so you need to choose wisely and manage them well.
This sixth-and-final article in our series Getting Your Product Out the Door: Feature Prioritization, Testing and Launch explores the tough decisions necessary when development bumps up against deadlines and you need to pare down to the essentials. Also detailed is what you can expect during product testing and what your responsibilities are as product owner. And, of course – launch!