In November’s 2020’s issue:
Are product managers really the CEO’s of their product? asks Jeff Gothelf. He gets five product management leaders to respond.
Reflecting upon his SWAT team experience, Lou Hayes describes the difference between anticipation and prediction. When we anticipate, he says, we take into account a variety of future states, not just those with the highest chances of materializing.
Using different types of Return on Capital Expenditure, Michael Küsters attempts to defuse the myopic perspective that there is only one way to look at business initiatives.
With some historical perspective, Christoph Roser tells us about common mistakes when practising the Lean process of Plan, Do, Check, Act.
Finally, Toby Sinclair concludes his reports on twelve organisational design principles that embrace complexity.
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