Mission-Driven Product Management

Los militares llevan siglos practicando estrategias y tácticas para coordinarse y llevar a cabo sus misiones. Si fracasan, mueren. ¿Qué lecciones podemos extraer de cara a la gestión de equipos y desarrollo de producto?

Napoleón cruzando los Alpes, 20 Mayo de 1800 — Musee de l’Histoire de France/Corbis

“Los necios afirman que aprenden de su propia experiencia. Yo prefiero aprovecharme de la experiencia ajena.” — Otto von Bismark

Marchar al son de los cañones

“La estrategia es el arte de aprovechar el tiempo y el espacio. Me preocupa menos lo último que lo primero. Podemos recuperar el espacio, el tiempo se pierde para siempre.” — Napoleon Bonaparte

Auftragstactics

“The emphasis which the Germans placed on the development of leadership and initiative in commanders during years of preparatory training brought its rewards in the Polish campaign. With confidence that these principles had been properly inculcated, all commanders, from the highest to the lowest echelons, felt free to carry out their missions or meet changes in situations with a minimum of interference by higher commanders.” They recognized that “initiative, flexibility and mobility” were the essential aspects of German tactics. — Wikipedia

Commander’s Intent

“Ningún plan sobrevive al primer contacto con el enemigo.” — Helmuth von Moltke

Mission-Driven Product Management

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Simón Muñoz

Platform Product Management @ Voicemod. Strong opinions, lightly held.