Unlike most product roadmaps, the GO roadmap is goal-oriented (hence the name). Goals such as user acquisition, activation or retention play a central role. This shifts the conversation from debating features to agreeing on strategic objectives, making smart investment decisions, and aligning the stakeholders. The GO product roadmap is designed for creating products with Lean Startup or Scrum. Use it to establish product goals, carry out release planning, and coordinate the development and launch of different products.
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You can learn more about using the GO Product Roadmap by attending Roman’s Agile Product Planning Strategy and Roadmap course. The course teaches you tips and tricks to apply the roadmap successfully, and it shows you how the roadmap relates to your vision and product strategy and the business model.
Please contact us for onsite delivery of the course, for bespoke product roadmap workshops, and for a virtual roadmap training course.
Roman’s book Strategize: Product Strategy and Product Roadmap Practices for the Digital Age features the GO Product Roadmap and provides more information on how to effectively use it. Buy the book on Amazon.
The video below explains what the GO product roadmap is and how to use it.
The GO Product Roadmap introduces the tool and explains how to use it.
Ten Tips for Creating an Agile Product Roadmap helps you create an effective GO roadmap.
Working with the GO Product Roadmap discusses how to apply the GO roadmap effectively.
Goals vs. Features: How to Choose the Right Product Roadmap Format. The article explains when a goal-oriented roadmap and when a feature-based one is more helpful.
The Product Roadmap and the Product Backlog explains how the GO roadmap and the backlog relate and who should own the two tools.
Agile Product Planning: Vision, Strategy, and Tactics shows where the GO product roadmap sits within a systematic agile product planning approach.