Digital transformation simplified: Access our hands-on resources

Digital transformation can be simplified. We've developed practical resources based on our experience. Our guides assist with customer experience mapping, remote product development, and innovation strategies. Download them now to turn complex challenges into simple, manageable steps.

Our playbooks and guides

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Experience Mapping Kit

Product Development | Customer Experience

Toolkit for analyzing and optimizing customer experience at every stage of the product journey.

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Remote Product Development

Product Development | Remote Work

Guide for remote product development: team management techniques and productivity tools.

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Innovation Playbook

Business Strategy | Innovation

Portfolio Management Theory to align product development and corporate finance.

Our digital transformation reports

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2021 Research

Business Strategy | Innovation

Identify crucial digital transformation trends for 2021, emphasizing sustainable growth and strategic business technology responses.

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2022 Research

Business Strategy | Innovation

Explore the state of digital initiatives in 2022, highlighting trends in agility, cybersecurity, and innovation across U.S. businesses.

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2024 Research

Business Strategy | Innovation

Discover key trends and strategic insights for digital transformation and product development effectiveness.

Our webinar on-demand

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Bridging the product strategy and delivery gap

Product Development | Product Strategy

Learn key practices for aligning business and IT leaders, including value stream mapping and agile adoption.

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Atlassian Cloud migration for enterprises

Atlassian | Cloud migration

Discover essential strategies, best practices, and real-world examples for a successful Atlassian cloud migration.

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How to be successful with micro frontends?

Product Development | Agile Development

Discover micro frontends' architecture, benefits, and pitfalls to enhance agile development and product delivery.

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Sencha Touch 2 Touch Events Re-firing

July 11, 2012

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ExtJS

Ext JS Model Associations Across Independent API Calls

July 9, 2012

A few weeks back, Rob Boerman reached out to us with questions about creating linkages between models. As our de…

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Bolded folder names in Sublime Text 2

July 6, 2012

By now you probably have heard about Sublime Text 2. It’s a fantastic text editor, and my personal favorite. One…

ExtJS

Expert Ext JS: Associations in Forms

June 18, 2012

Associations were a major addition to the data package in Ext JS 4 and, to me at least, appeared to be a great answer to problems I had faced repeatedly. Unfortunately, I found them less useful in practice than on paper and they seem to be a source of confusion for many developers. However, when creating my Form Panel extension I realized a very natural use case.

ExtJS

Expert Ext JS: Model Integration in Forms

June 11, 2012

In Ext JS 4, the data package received a lot of attention and the improvements made were, for the most part, quite impressive. However, the interplay between models and forms remains lackluster. Many folks building a full Ext JS app are not likely to use normal form submission, so getting forms to play nice with models can have significant benefits. With models truly bound to forms, performing normal create, read and update operations can easily take advantage of Proxies, Readers and Writers through Model’s clean API. As it turns out, it’s quite easy…

LESS Tips & Tricks

LESS Tips & Tricks

January 5, 2012

By now you have probably heard of LESS (or SASS). CSS pre-processors have been around for quite some time now.…