How do you build a ‘community of practice’ without a ‘community’ that practices?

I’m really asking. community /kəˈmjuːnɪti/ noun a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common. Not for the first time I find myself in a role where part of my responsibility is to support the development of some folk who are relatively early stage in their product and…… Continue reading How do you build a ‘community of practice’ without a ‘community’ that practices?

It takes two

Over the years I have developed this slightly – I suspect – off kilter idea of the split of responsibilities between Product and Delivery Managers. Product people are responsible for decisions. That is it really.  Delivery folks are responsible for making sure the team has everything it needs to act on those decisions Product Priorities.…… Continue reading It takes two

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Let it go

One of the things that I didn’t mention in my previous post about prioritisation is that to succeed at it you have to get comfortable with the art of saying no and ‘letting go’….because just because you/your team/your department holds the line and focuses on the priorities doesn’t mean someone won’t find a way to…… Continue reading Let it go

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