Monthly Archives: June 2015

Raising the bar – on your product roadmaps

At Decision Driven® Solutions, we see roadmaps (technology, product, platform, strategy, etc.) as the time-evolution of a set of decisions.  Each decision is a stable, fundamental issue that demands a solution.  Although the issue (question) is stable, the data that … Continue reading

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Manage the time lag between decisions and their outcomes

We all know intuitively that the decisions that we make today won’t change our businesses or lives immediately.  There is a time lag between the point at which we make a decision (i.e. commit to a specific alternative and commit … Continue reading

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Business imperative: Adapt or die!

I live in the midst of a mature 18 acres woods that is a remnant of my grandfather’s farm. Although I spent most of last weekend trying to tame a small portion of this property around my house, most of … Continue reading

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Make the leap – to simplified strategy and product development

I believe that strategic planning and product management/development processes are unnecessarily complex at most companies – even the best of them.  This complexity has many causes.  Some valid contributors to this complexity are: These processes (Strategy formulation, development and execution, … Continue reading

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