Progressive Alignment

Set of posts focused on helping Engineering Leaders progressively build ultimate alignment in a tech organizations

The Next Generation of Remote Work is Here and It's Called Remote Native

The Next Generation of Remote Work is Here and It's Called Remote Native

Companies long present on the market often have established ways of working. And when the pandemic hit the world, switching to remote for them meant bringing these processes into the virtual realm. Many encountered technical troubles. Some needed to update their infrastructure and policies to allow BYOD devices and remote

Alex Kurkin
Alex Kurkin
Progressive Alignment
15 Public Product Roadmaps Review

15 Public Product Roadmaps Review

When used properly, a product roadmap can be a powerful tool letting product managers not simply describe the overall strategy depicting key goals, direction, and progress, but also keep all team members aligned and aware of upcoming work, what is planned to be done, and initiatives that are currently in

Alex Kurkin
Alex Kurkin
Progressive Alignment
Product Requirements Definition (PRD)

Product Requirements Definition (PRD)

A product requirements definition (PRD) is a document that describes the values and goals of a product. The PRD is written by the product manager and serves to provide comprehensive product information to the product, development, design teams and stakeholders. It is used as an instrument to align entire team

Alex Kurkin
Alex Kurkin
Progressive Alignment
How to write Acceptance Criteria that developers will love

How to write Acceptance Criteria that developers will love

A user story is a technic to capture a description of a software feature from the end-user perspective. The user story raises the question of why the user needs this functionality, and how they can interact with it. Thanks to user stories there is greater alignment in the delivery of

Alex Kurkin
Alex Kurkin
Progressive Alignment
How to Deal With Tech Debt

How to Deal With Tech Debt

What is Tech Debt?Technical debt is a set of decisions that were made in the past, that you want to change now. These decisions can be related to architecture, software design, infrastructure or even some of the code you wrote. You may have made them intentionally deciding to deal

Alex Kurkin
Alex Kurkin
Progressive Alignment