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Survey Analysis: IT Is Moving Quickly From Projects to Products

by Deacon D.K. Wan  |  October 24, 2018  |  Submit a Comment

According to the latest Gartner survey, 85% of the organization has adopted or plans to adopt a product-centric model.   And top 3 drivers are the need to deliver faster, digital business transformation, preference for agile methods,

This shows the trend for managing application development and delivery work by moving from projects to products is accelerating. Application leaders trying to make the change need to anticipate the challenges they will face.




Survey Analysis: IT Is Moving Quickly From Projects to Products

Published: 23 October 2018 ID: G00373896
Analyst(s): Bill Swanton | Matthew Hotle | Deacon D.K Wan


Learn more from this survey
1. Depth of Product-Centric Model Adoption Over Time
2. Plans for Using a Product-Centric Delivery Model
3. Main Driver of Product-Centric Delivery Usage
4. Top Goals for a Product-Centric Delivery Model
5. Top Three Challenges to Product-Centric Delivery
6. Extent of and Nature of Changes to Funding Model
7. Plans for a Product Manager Role
8. Department for Product Managers
9. Expected Role of Application Leader in 2020
10. Expected Changes to Emphasis on Skills When Hiring and Staffing

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Deacon D.K. Wan
Senior Director, Analysts, Research & Advisory
2 years at Gartner
24 years IT Industry

Deacon D.K Wan is the Senior Director, Analyst at Gartner Applications and Product Leadership. Experts in digital innovations, product management, partnership, payments,mobile & e-commerce,BD. Read Full Bio

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