Month: May 2008

Do we really learn from failure?

Its an often heard expression: “We learn from our failures”. Particularly when you’ve just failed at something: “Well put it down to experience.” I’ve always had my doubts: if we can learn from failure can’t we also learn from success? But how often do you hear people say: “Great success! Now what did you learn?” …

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Product Management conference

On Tuesday I attended a mini-conference about Product Management. In fact, this conference billed itself as “The UK’s first conference on Product Management” which might actually be true. I’ve written before that I believe Product Management is a much misunderstood role in the UK, and that I think it is an appreciation of this role …

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London Software Partners – a new venture

Ever since I launched Software Strategy I’ve nominally offered training in software development, specifically Agile Software Development and even more specifically the management and process of Agile Software Development. However, I’ve never actually pushed this side of the business. Today we are launching London Software Partners to offer such training. I say we because this …

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