Product Planning

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Data Analysis Tips for Product Managers and Product Owners

Data analysis might sound a bit nerdy, but it should be part of every product manager’s and product owner’s tool box. The idea is simple: Investigate the data gathered, learn form it, and use the new knowledge to create a successful product. In theory, that’s easy. But in practice, it can be challenging. The following tips help you get the most of your data analysis efforts.

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The GO Product Roadmap – a New Agile Product Management Tool

Product roadmaps are an important product management tool. But applying them effectively can be challenging. Roadmaps are too often focused on features, and product managers spend too much time getting the stakeholders to agree on when which features will be developed. This post introduces a new roadmap: the GO product roadmap, a goal-oriented agile roadmap that combines goals and features in a novel way.

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New Product Development with Lean Startup and Scrum

This post discusses how Lean Startup and Scrum can be combined to create great new products.

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Get Your Focus Right: Learning and Execution in Scrum

Learning what a product should look like and do, and building solid, shippable software are different concerns. Separating the two aspects and distinguishing between learning and execution helps you manage the stakeholder expectations, select the right research and validation techniques, and choose the right sprint goals.

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Agile Product Planning: Vision, Strategy, and Tactics

Product planning is just as important in an agile context as it is in a traditional setting. Unfortunately, some product owners focus so much on the product details that the other planning aspects are neglected. But writing the right user stories and creating the right user interface design is difficult, if we haven’t thought about the product strategy; and choosing the right strategy is hard if we don’t have a vision of what we want to achieve. This post discusses a systematic agile product planning approach that balances the vision, the product strategy, and the product details.

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Working with an Agile Product Roadmap

This blog post discusses what an agile product roadmap is. It covers the information a agile roadmap should contain, the benefits it provides, when it makes sense to employ a roadmap, how the product roadmap and the product backlog relate, and who should own the product roadmap.

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