October 25, 2008 | Author: PM Hut | Filed under: Agile Project Management
Agile Project Management & Product Strategy - A Case Study - Conclusion (#4 in the series Agile Project Management and Product Strategy - A Case Study)
By Eric D. Brown
After releasing version 1.0 and capturing $3.5 million in revenue, the company was able to attract quite a bit of interest from investors and potential buyers. They ended up being gobbled up by a much larger competitor for quite a bit of money (many times multiple earnings). I’d like to say it was all my doing…but it wasn’t… I just helped them to see a new way of looking at the development process.
Using agile methods allowed us to deliver real value to our clients and to our company by create a product in half the time. We were able to deliver $3.5 million in revenue because we focused on the needs of our clients and delivered those features that they thought were the most valuable.
That is what Agile Project Management is all about. Delivering value to clients.
About Eric D. Brown:
Eric is a consultant specializing in IT Strategy, Selection and Implementation with over 14 years of experience in project leadership roles. Eric’s blog, found at http://ericbrown.com, provides an insight into the struggle of trying to align technology, strategy, people and projects.
- Agile Project Management & Product Strategy - A Case Study - Introduction
- Managing The Project Time - Conclusion
- Creating the Project Scope - Conclusion
- Five Secrets to Successfully Implementing Agile Project Management
- Agile Project Management & Product Strategy - A Case Study - The New Product Development Plan
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