The Successful Product Owner

What makes a good Product Owner great? Consider the Pragmatic Marketing Framework below. Assume for a moment that this framework adequately outlines the skills, tasks, and tactics that a Product Owner may be responsible for while managing a technology product. What type of person would be able to do it? Aside from the vast number…

The Evolution and Revolution of Data

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The advent of data Throughout the years there have been several approaches for the storage of data. It started with the punch card and progressed through magnetic storage such as tape and disk with further progression. Then came optical storage such as compact disk and optical drives, then to flash memory such as solid-state drives,…

Do chatbots teach themselves?

The last few years have seen a boom in the number of chatbots and natural language automation tools. Many large organizations have adopted chatbots to improve their customer satisfaction and employee productivity. As these tools gain more attention, confusion about how they work and what their capabilities are arises. One of the most common questions…

What is Cambria HumanXperience (HX)?

HumanXperience is Cambria’s branded approach to our User Experience (UX) practice and Human-Centered Design (HCD). It is a flexible framework that easily adapts to any process (from waterfall to Agile) and to any project context (product, service, or process). HumanXperience is about creating a great experience for users and paving the way for a successful…

5-Step Guide to Recovering From Poor Research Execution

There are two things I know for sure: (1) researchers vary in style and personality, and (2) this variance allows them to fall into a few different categories, especially when it comes to evaluating their own research execution performance. Truth is, some will always be unsatisfied (partially due to their desire for perfection), no matter…

So Many Architects, So Little Time.

Let’s talk about architecture. That word is thrown around a lot in IT circles but is often misunderstood or misrepresented. In the traditional sense, to practice architecture means to provide services in connection with the design of buildings and the space within the site surrounding the buildings that have human occupancy or use as their…