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Product management

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Deliver World-Class Experiences with FullStory and Split

We all know a good digital experience from a bad one. Great digital experiences make our lives easier, and negative experiences drive us, and our business, elsewhere. What many users don’t realize is how difficult it is for product and engineering teams to know that the features they’re building will…

Carol Jang
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Join Your Product and Feature Data to Maximize Impact with Amplitude and Split

Product teams today are not only tasked with delivering new features but also delighting their customers with the right features. Whether crafting a vision for the product roadmap or experimenting with how a new feature should work, feature flags and data are crucial to success. At Split and Amplitude, we…

Karn Khunger
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Industry Trends

Know Your Why: Experimentation and Progressive Delivery at Walmart Grocery

Learn how Walmart uses product experimentation as a way to increase engineering impact and progressive delivery as a way to reduce the risk of moving fast.

Dave Karow
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If You Are Doing Experimentation, Do You Need a Roadmap?

“We’re agile, so we don’t need a product roadmap.” In an increasingly agile world, I’ve heard this statement and variations of it time and time again. Organizations implementing agile methods often struggle to see how and where a long-term strategy fits in while working under a philosophy built on uncertainty.…

Jim Semick
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OODA Loops in Product Management

Col. John Boyd came up with a theory of warfare called the OODA loop (Observe, Orient, Decide, Act). Companies compete through OODA loops in product. Instead of air-to-air combat, a company that is better at “rapidly delivering valuable software” has a better chance for overcoming competition.

Adil Aijaz
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Top 5 Predictions in DevOps and Analytics for 2018

New technology is becoming available for use by enterprises to help them make smarter product decisions. Here are the top 5 trends we see unfolding in 2018.

Ed Sawma

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