Dynamics of High Performing Product Teams: 2013 Study Result 07/09 by ProdMgmtTalk | Blog Talk Radio

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Each year Actuation Consulting conducts a global study of product team performance which examines the dynamics of high performing product teams. This year’s study was sponsored by 13 different organizations the majority of which are professional associations spanning the spectrum (product management, project and program management, user experience, etc.). This broad support makes the study truly unique. Join us to learn more about the findings from this year’s study and the implications for your product team.

Greg Geracie, President, Actuation Consulting, and Steve Starke, Author, joined host, Cindy F. Solomon, on Tuesday, July 9, 2013


About The Study of Product Team Performance, 2013

In early 2013, AIPMM, IPMA, IIBA Chicagoland, PDMA, and Planbox sponsored a global study of product team performance which was developed and conducted by Actuation Consulting and Enterprise Agility. The survey examined the interactions of Product Managers, Project Managers, Program Managers, Business Analysts, User Experience Professionals, Engineers and others actively involved in product development projects.

The goal of our research is to continuously improve our understanding of why some product teams excel while others struggle and to, once again, clarify the factors that influence the optimal outcomes.

What makes this survey so unique is the support it receives from a growing collection of industry associations and market players – groups that generally don’t collaborate. In fact, the industry participation increased significantly this
year; associations spanning product, project, business analysis, user experience, software, and information areas all supported this year’s effort.

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About Greg Geracie

Greg Geracie is the President of Actuation Consulting, a global provider of product management training, consulting, and advisory services to some of the world’s most well-known organizations. Actuation Consulting provides popular training courses for product managers as well as product teams.

Greg is also the author of the global best seller Take Charge Product Management© and the Editor-in-Chief of The Guide to the Product Management and Marketing Body of Knowledge© (ProdBOK). This is an industry-wide effort to standardize the practice of product management sponsored by the Association of International Product Management and Marketing (AIPMM). In 2012 Greg was nominated to AIPMM’s Certification Standards Board. He is also an Adjunct Professor at DePaul University’s College of Computing and Digital Media where he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses on high-tech product management. Greg earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Vermont and continued his executive education at Harvard, MIT, and the Wharton School.

Contact Greg Geracie
Website: http://www.actuationconsultingllc.com/
Twitter: @greggeracie
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/greg-geracie/0/161/a4b

About Steven Starke

Steven Starke is a recognized expert in the field of project management and is highly regarded as the author of S.T.O.P  The Project Management Survival Plan. He is also a co-author of our annual Study of Product Team Performance and is a regular contributor to Actuation Consulting’s blog Take Charge Product Management.

Steven has enjoyed a successful career as a corporate executive. He has over 15 years experience leading product, program, and project management organizations with a proven track record of delivering multi-million dollar product development projects on time and within budget – while maximizing value. Steven has worked with organizations of all sizes – from small startups to multi-billion dollar corporations. His industry experience spans consumer products, medical devices, global IT infrastructure, healthcare analytics, and software development.




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