Impact Mapping: Making a Big Impact with Software Products and Projects
Impact Mapping A practical guide to impact mapping, a simple yet incredibly effective method for collaborative strategic planning that helps organizations make an impact with software.
£7.24Software Product Management Essentials
In an economy where efficiency and delivery are key, Software Product Management Essentials is required reading for any software product manager. Software Product Management Essentials is a hands-on guide to help new product managers sift through the numerous tasks and responsibilities involved in this pinnacle job. The book is loaded with tips and example best practices to help even experienced product managers optimize their time and effectiveness. The book focuses on the unique challenges of being a Product Manager in a small to mid-sized software company. It provides a framework for the role of the Product Manager in an environment where there are few resources available to help in tackling the many things needed for a quality, on-time delivery of software. Whether you are already a Product Manager or considering a new career in product management, Software Product Management Essentials details a day-in-the-life experience of a PM with both the glory and challenges one faces in this role. Engineers, marketing personnel, quality assurance teams, technical writers, and anyone involved in the product delivery process will find this book extremely useful right away in optimizing the day-to-day interactions across a smaller software organization.Emphasizing that code is only part of the overall software product, Software Product Management Essentials stresses the importance of championing a product. Critical topics covered in the book include the product delivery process, beta testing, launching a software product, and software pricing. An entire chapter is dedicated to the issues of expanding the business internationally and the issues a Product Manager must consider before and during expansion. Numerous templates are provided to fast track the Product Manager's work including a sample non-disclosure agreement, product delivery checklist, and beta test agreement and summary.Efficient Software Product Management (Software Product Management for SMEs Book 1)
In general small and medium size Enterprises (SMEs) have limited resources compared to a large company. Many SMEs are likely to do service, consultant, and product business simultaneously. But like large organization SMEs also require to deliver the right kind of product to the market at the right time. A systematic approach is often missing in SMEs because of lack of resources, missing end-to-end product development experience, time-to-market pressures and the lack of process infrastructure such as requirements management. Consequently, SMEs face the risk of extensive rework and market failures in product business. Considering the characteristics and inherent limitation of SMEs, the book presents in-depth analysis of full custom software product development processes and a framework for managing the software product development process that overcome the limitation of SMEs and capable to create competitive advance.How to Create a Six Figure Product (2016): How to Create Services, Software, Physical Items and Information Products That Literally Sells Itself
Who Else Wants to Create a Guaranteed Six Figure Product?In this book we're going to show you how to exactly create a product that your customers already wants to buy even before you start selling it! It doesn't matter if it's Services,Software,Physical Items or Information Products! There is a specific formula that you can follow so you can make sure that your next product idea is an instant hit! Inside you'll learn: - The biggest mistake product creators make when they are selling their ideas - How to create a product that sells itself - How to find the most profitable niches to go into - What is a "product angle" and why this will be the most important word in the product creation process - What people want in their core and why you need to target these cores if you really want to make money! - How to turn your knowledge of the human brain into a marketing research gold mine- How Steve Jobs changed the marketing game via the Iphone- Examples of product creation process for info products, physical items, software and services- The exact human emotions you need to tap for you to create a product that customers are clamoring to buy!Stop wondering why your product ideas are not selling and follow this blueprint to create your next "product hit" Scroll up and Download your copy today!Software Product Line Engineering: Foundations, Principles, and Techniques
Software Product Line Engineering Addresses students, professionals, lecturers and researchers interested in software product line engineering. With more than 100 examples and about 150 illustrations, this book describes useful foundations, principles and techniques of software product line engineering. Full description
£35.99Software Product Management and Pricing: Key Success Factors for Software Organizations
Software product management and pricing are key success factors for any organization providing software. This book defines the term "software product" and looks at the business and organizational sides. The focus is on the optimization of long-term success.
£50.75Software-Enabled Consumer Products
U.S. copyright laws have protected computer software for many years, and today that regime of legal protection supports an industry that is a major engine of economic growth. In the last quarter century, the software industry has added millions of jobs and increased the U.S. gross domestic product by hundreds of billions of dollars. Software has transformed our way of life, paving the way for personal computers, video games, digital photography, the internet, music and movie streaming services, smartphones, the Internet of Things, cryptocurrencies, and self-driving cars. In the near future, software will be behind even more innovations, like artificial intelligence and advanced robotics. In short, as one software entrepreneur famously put it, “software is eating the world.”