We look at four excellent methods for running a successful product discovery process. We explain each of them and suggest which to use (and when).
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Every company has a vision which explains the impact the product will have on the world. It’s the product strategy that turns the vision into a roadmap.
Scrum and Kanban are two of the many successful approaches to building products. We analyze six of their alternatives and list the pros and cons of each.
What does it actually mean to work remotely or in a mixed office mode? How do we manage effective communication and cope with productivity concerns? In this article, we describe our approaches that really work, and Railswarians share their remote experience.
Product Discovery may not be the most talked-about aspect of building products. But it’s a crucial one. Learn WHAT it is, WHY and WHEN you should do it and HOW to do it right!
How to achieve product-market fit and grow software products to multi-million dollar ventures? We found the answer transforming the company to the product studio. Read the Railsware story to know how the platform for the repeatable creation and growth of successful products works and how you can benefit from it.
Business model canvas lets you analyze product or service efficiency from different standpoints. Check out this guide on how to use this tool for your project
Agile Inception is a product discovery process we use at Railsware. It lets you deeply understand your customers, figure out how to address their problems and build a profitable business out of it. It helped us launch dozens of successful products over the years and we think you should try it too.
A product roadmap is a strategic plan that displays workflow and milestones of the pipeline. Learn the best practices to building product roadmaps and the tools you can use for that.