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“Build What Matters” Framework for Startups

The Product Coalition

Both product and product strategy should fall in place to make the startup sustainable and help them to grow. The importance of measuring the small outcomes associated with their product goals or visions is the key to churn expected benefits throughout the product life cycle. What is S.M.A.R.T?

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How to Use Product Goals and Initiatives to Drive and Measure Success

Userpilot

Setting smart product goals is a vital skill for any sensible SaaS owner or product manager to get right. In this article, we’re going to explore what makes an effective product goal, the difference between goals and product initiatives, how to set them and make them work with your product backlog, and more.

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Mastering Product Success: Unveiling the Power of Product Vision, Roadmaps, and Goals

People-First Product Leadership

Part 1, we covered the “why” behind creating a strategy stack, with a focus on establishing the organization’s Mission, North Star, and Vision. Part 2, we continued the organizational journey by defining the Strategy and Goals. Part 3 brings together the Product specific Vision, Roadmap and Goals.

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Product Teams in Scrum

Roman Pichler

Scrum is a popular agile framework. This team consists of a product owner , a Scrum Master , and several developers, which are also known as development team. But what Scrum lacks in my mind, is a way to involve the key stakeholders in strategic product decisions and the product discovery work.

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Five Product Owner Myths Busted

Roman Pichler

As the product owner, then you should own the product on behalf of the company and be empowered to have the final say, particularly if no agreement can be reached. Myth #2: The product owner is a tactical role focused on managing the product backlog. Myth #3: The product owner is responsible for the team performance.

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Feature Prioritization Matrix 101 for Product Teams

Userpilot

How to develop your own prioritization matrix. Examples of different prioritization frameworks. TL;DR A feature prioritization matrix helps product teams decide which features to develop next, focusing on high-impact features and resource optimization. Why should product managers use a prioritization framework?

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Overengineering 101: What Is It and How Can Product Managers Avoid It?

Userpilot

Developing and releasing sophisticated products with all the bells and whistles imaginable might seem like a great idea. Overengineered products are difficult to use, filled with bugs, and instead of improving your users’ lives, they make them unnecessarily complicated. Why do developers overengineer software products?