Plans make us feel safe. And even if they're useful, we'll reach success by getting out of our comfort zone.
This post is not about Agile. It is about getting things done. And it is about a process that serves business objectives. Understanding your context is key in selecting a methodology, so that you can then embrace it, and finally make it yours. In that specific order.
Proper tooling can be extremely helpful for a Product Manager. And it's always hard to find exactly what you need. I'll be discussing the tools I used, what I liked and disliked about them. What are your thoughts?