Old vs. New

Some notes on the mutually exclusive differences between old and new ways of working.

Old IT teams passively wait to be told what to work on. New product teams proactively pick problems to solve.

Old product managers act as a conduit between stakeholders and developers. New product managers facilitate collaboration.

Old ways attempt to create mono-process and implement a single methodology. New ways focus on flow, how things move rather than the boxes they move through.

Owning one step in the process vs. owning a whole problem.