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Responsive Portfolio Management – Essential for Tech Leaders

Portfolio management connects silos and accelerate outcomes.

Today’s world demands Responsive organizations. Responsive organizations rely on collaborative leaders to align, empower and enable agile teams.

– CEO Dragonboat

Responsive Product Portfolio Management is a modern take on portfolio management. It enables organizations to connect objectives, strategies with initiatives and resources responsively, adapting to the changes in the internal and external environment.

It is a well-known fact that collaborative teams are essential in today’s dynamic work environment, what’s overlooked is the need for effective collaborations of managers, or as we call them, functional leaders.

Functional leaders at winning organizations are connectors of silos. They collaborate upwards with the executive teams to align objectives and strategies. Secondly, they collaborate horizontally with each other to gain support and clear dependencies. Lastly, they collaborate downwards with their teams to ensure strategic clarity, secure essential resources, and remove impediments. 

This White paper provides an overview of the Responsive Portfolio Management framework for Tech leaders on how to effectively connect OKRs and Agile to accelerate business agility, and professional growth.

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Becky Flint

Becky Flint

Becky is a product and tech executive based in the Silicon Valley. She has built and scaled product and engineering teams globally for both startups and Fortune 500 companies. Currently Becky is the founder and CEO of dragonboat with a mission to empower responsive leaders and their teams to build better products faster. Prior to founding dragonboat, Becky has held executive roles at Feedzai, Bigcommerce, Tinyprints/ Shutterfly, and PayPal.

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