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 Roadmaps 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 your business model.
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The video and the corresponding slide deck below explain what the GO product roadmap is, and how you can used it.
The GO Product Roadmap introduces the tool and explains how to use it.
Working with the GO Product Roadmap shows how to create the roadmap, discusses its relationship with the Vision Board and the Business Model Canvas, explains the relationship between the roadmap and the Product Canvas, and when to update the roadmap.
Working with an Agile Product Roadmap discusses product roadmaps in an agile context including the relationship between roadmap and Product Canvas / product backlog, and roadmap ownership.
Agile Product Planning: Vision, Strategy, and Tactics shows where the GO product roadmap sits within a systematic agile product planning approach.
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