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This post was originally titled Finding a New Way with Your Product Roadmap, but that seemed a tad mundane when you're trying to imply that the importance of Innovation and Transparency goes beyond Requirements Management.
A little mental-twister and we have a variant of you can't get there from here because, according to software industry driver, Scott Sehlhorst, most teams have transparency in some, but not all parts of their product innovation process. The benefit to having more transparency can include improved internal stakeholder relationships, increased stakeholder self-perception of roles, and better understanding of customer's problems so you focus less on a ‘list' of features to implement. Benefits that can help reach your destination, so you can get "here" instead of "there".
To learn more, join Scott Sehlhorst at the third of our five-part "How To" Transparency webinar series on Wednesday July 28, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. Pacific, 1:00 p.m. Eastern. Austin-based Scott Sehlhorst created the Tyner Blain management consultancy in 2005, following eight years in mechanical engineering and another eight in artificial intelligence software. His blog, tynerblain.com, is one of the most influential sources of thought leadership in the software development industry.
The series will continue with webinars featuring industry experts Tom Grant and Roy Wildeman of Forrester Research Inc. They will share their real-world anecdotes and best practices to help organizations learn how to define successful products, bring them to market faster, and align product development processes with corporate strategic goals.
You can register for the single webinar or for the whole series on our Product Innovation Management Channel. We look forward to your participation, hope you can attend.
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