How awesome would it be if you could cut through politics, opinions, and circular arguments and have a clear way to priorities? Bruce McCarthy will arm you with his battle-tested approach to prioritising your most critical initiatives that will increase your organisation’s focus by increasing confidence in your prioritisation decisions.
We can’t do everything, even if our executives believe we can. So how do we decide what to focus on? And how do we say NO to a huge stack of good ideas in order to focus on a few great ideas? Then stick with those and finish something?
I will talk about frameworks for deciding among (too many) good ideas and explaining WHY we chose those. How can we be more collaborative?
I’m speaking on the topic “Product Culture Will Eat Execution Culture.” In 2019, the highest functioning software companies aren't going to simply sell what's they've already built. They're going to constantly being asking, "what new value can we provide?"
This new movement is ‘Product Culture’ and I argue that it's going to eat the more corporate ‘Execution Culture’ of yesteryear. More on the event. Will I see you there?
Roadmaps were once required for any technology-related effort, but in the past decade they’ve become controversial. They shouldn’t be.
How awesome would it be if you could cut through politics, opinions, and circular arguments and have a clear way to prioritize? To close the conference, Bruce McCarthy will arm you with his battle-tested approach to prioritizing your most critical initiatives that will increase your organization’s focus by increasing confidence in your prioritization decisions.
Business of Software is a single-track conference focused on how to make product, culture, innovation, strategy, marketing and sales drive sustainable, profitable growth.
I'm giving a talk entitled Product Culture Eats Execution Culture.
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