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May 01 2018

Building the Right Product vs. Building the Product Right

Product Management Venn Diagram The Product Manager is an essential player in the software development process. Yet, we often find ourselves answering a troubling question when sitting down with eager prospective clients. > "Why do I need a PM? I already know

Paul Lanyon

Product ManagementDesignEngineeringProductTeam Management

Apr 14 2017

Conversation Over Documentation

Shipping products for our clients is at the core of what we do as a Product Design team. Our expertise and experience is why our clients trust us enough to come back and work with us for multiple engagements. But

chad totaro

DesignTeam Management

Feb 25 2016

A day in the life of a MojoTech Project Lead

MojoTech, like most companies, has the concept of a Project Lead. Initially, I wasn't sure what to expect when I took on my role as Project Lead, so I'm writing this post to shed a little light on the responsibilities

Daniel Wilson

Project ManagementTeam ManagementEngineering

Dec 15 2015

When is the right time to add process to your business?

Like many CEO’s in December, my head has been down for the past few weeks as we plan for 2016. And one of the things that’s been on my mind is process. We’ve recently implemented a new lead management process and

Nick Kishfy

Team ManagementBusiness

Nov 25 2015

What do healthy software projects have in common?

At MojoTech, we’ve worked on many projects. While each presents unique challenges, over time patterns emerge. Healthy projects ship on time and work as expected, and they are built by empowered teams who respond quickly to changes. On the other

Will Farrell

Project ManagementTeam ManagementEngineering

Aug 18 2015

Closing the gap: how we’re creating an inclusive environment.

It is no secret that the discussion surrounding diversity in the tech industry reveals itself to be a multifaceted issue. There is no shortage of thought-provoking articles (for example, here, here and here) on the subject. But in every argument,

Courtney Fanning

Team ManagementBusiness

Apr 02 2015

The appeal of easy problems (aka “bikeshedding”).

“Let’s have our meeting in the conference room. We can order lunch.” If you’ve heard this before, then you know how likely it is that a significant chunk of your meeting will be spent figuring out where lunch will come from,

Nick Kishfy

Team ManagementBusiness