Product Trends

February Driverless Roundup

Competition in the autonomous vehicle space continues to intensity, as government regulators search for answers and philosophers ponder the technology’s sense of morality.

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Product Trends

What Did We Learn: Snapchat Spectacles

How did a company with more than 187 million daily active users manage to sell this product to only .08% of them?

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Requirements Best Practices
3 common mistakes in requirements

Three Simple Mistakes That Will Doom Your Requirements

Avoid these common problems that weaken initial requirements and throw a product off track.

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Product Delivery Resources
Avoid crunch time in development projects

How Product Managers Can Avoid Crunch Time in Development Projects

Product managers have a responsibility to their team members to plan and execute development projects in such a way that mitigates the need for such soul-crushing marathon sessions, and the successful delivery of a project may depend on taking those steps.

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Requirements Best Practices

Striking the Right Level of Detail in Requirements

Finding that critical balance between speed and quality is essential for product teams, which is where requirements management comes into play.

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Life at Jama
Students from Rosemary Anderson high school visit Jama.

Local High School Students Visit Jama HQ

It’s tough to predict where the next generation of innovators will take technology in the years ahead, but it helps to give them an inside look at what’s happening today. That’s one of the reasons Jama Software opened its doors on Jan. 31 to a group of students from Portland’s Rosemary Anderson High School.

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Product Innovation Trends
NVIDIA's strategy for complexity

NVIDIA’s Strategy for Complexity is a Word You Haven’t Heard

During a keynote at CES 2018 in Las Vegas Nevada, NVIDIA’s Founder and CEO, Jensen Huang, took pause in his address to put an emphasis on a word and concept not often used in the semiconductor industry… 

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Company News

Welcome Scott Rogers, our new VP of Business Development

Partnerships are an invaluable component of Jama Software’s continued growth. While I’m extremely proud of the strides we’ve made in partnering with forward-thinking companies, there are plenty of opportunities to expand.

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Product Delivery Resources
Learn how to avoid product manager burnout.

How to Avoid Product Manager Burnout

With a new year upon us, product managers can help themselves (and, by extension, their teams) by remembering some basic guidelines and good-sense strategies to ensure day-to-day stress doesn’t snowball.

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Product Trends
CES 2018 Las Vegas

Driverless Roundup: CES 2018 Edition

This year’s CES cemented the fact that the age of driverless vehicles is upon us.

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Product Trends
Top Consumer Electronics Innovations 2018

Top CES 2018 Innovations in AI, Health and Home

Although the booths and displays have been taken down and packed up, the innovations unveiled will undoubtedly shape the coming years across many sectors.

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Company News
Jama Software Acquires Startup Notion

Jama Software Adds Cutting-Edge Analytics to Leading Product Development Platform

I’m excited to announce Jama Software’s acquisition of Notion, a software-as-a-service analytics provider with reporting…

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Product Trends
Who Is Responsible for Accidents in Driverless Cars?

Who Is Responsible for Accidents in Driverless Cars?

Public opinion appears to be leaning toward ascribing blame to manufacturers and software engineers.

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Product Trends

Why The Greatest Threat To The United States Is Our Own Self-Defense

During a December panel at the Reagan National Defense Forum in Simi Valley, California, moderator Trish Regan of Fox News asks, “Who do you consider to be the biggest threat in terms of having the most cutting-edge technology for their military right now?”

Simple question, right?

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Requirements Best Practices
What are Requirements?

The Reliance on Requirements Management Tools as the Engineering Messiah

I’ve met a lot of folks who have an unhealthy belief in requirements management as the sum total of requirements work needed.

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Product Trends
Top 6 Innovations from Stanford's Health Hackathon

Top 6 Innovations from Stanford’s Health Hackathon

At the second-annual Health++, Stanford’s Health Hackathon, some of the brightest engineering, product design and technology minds in the world came together to put their knowledge and passion to use in an attempt to alleviate some of the world’s heaviest health challenges.

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Product Delivery Resources
Product development challenges to avoid.

5 Things Killing Your Product Development Process

Product development involves a veritable ballet of deadlines, teams and goals, all of which must be harmoniously synchronized to ensure success.

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Product Trends
What did we learn from the Juicero launch failures?

What Did We Learn: Juicero

Juicero was the toast of Silicon Valley investors. Until it wasn’t.

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Product Trends
FDA medical device announcements

New FDA Announcements Seek to Spur Medical Device Innovation, Modernize Regulatory Process

“We’re finding that in some parts of our regulatory portfolio, our traditional approach to overseeing certain health care products does not easily fit the types of innovations that are being developed,” FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D. writes in a recent statement.

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Product Delivery Resources
Integrating Jama Software with JIRA

Webinar Q&A: Integrating Jama Software with JIRA for Better Product Development

Using Jama to manage requirements and JIRA to monitor tasks separately is a totally viable solution for many product companies. Those forward-thinking businesses who take advantage of the powerful integration between the two see much stronger management of complexity, traceability, requirements and progress tracking.

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