Just about any company that builds software, whether the intended end user is external or internal, will face a development cycle requiring their teams to strategize, plan, develop, launch and adopt. We call this cycle the Launch Continuum....

 Let’s talk about costs. I know, typical thing for a CFO to talk about, right? But this is not your typical cost conversation. This is a conversation the way we should look at costs, as they relate to business value. But first, let’s set the...

When was the last time you were a patient visiting a new physician? You likely had a complaint — something bothering you — that was compelling enough for you to schedule an appointment, surrender your copay and deductible, and potentially commit to follow-up appointments, diagnostic...

 We’ve probably all heard the word Architecture tossed about in software development conversations numerous times, and many of us likely imagine this word to mean, uber software development, or what someone perched in the ivory tower does who, one day, will solve all our software...

Most guidance on Agile is directed at team members in such roles as Product Owner, Team Member (including developer, QA engineer, and UI/UX designer), and Scrum Master. This leaves some with the impression that there is no place in Agile for traditional organizational leadership roles...

 Many clients approach us with a set of challenges that seem all too common: Their products are struggling to gain traction in the marketplace, their roadmap is pointing in the wrong direction (or no particular direction at all), and their organization is gridlocked on product decisions. Businesses like these too often...