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Dealing with an Underperforming Development Team

Roman Pichler

What is Bad Performance? Before I discuss how you can help an underachieving team, let’s briefly explore what good performance looks like, assuming that an agile, Scrum-based process is used. Second, the team participates in continuous discovery and strategizing , and its members regularly help refine the product backlog.

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What’s the REAL Cost of a Poorly Trained Product Management Team?

280 Group

A product launch is a complex and multi-faceted activity that involves many teams collaborating successfully across an organization. Teams must ensure the product solves the right customer problems with all the right features and functionality, test and validate prototypes, and make a plan for production.

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A Learning Roadmap for Product People

Roman Pichler

Overview of the Learning Roadmap. Like a modern product roadmap, a learning roadmap states the specific outcomes or benefits you’d like to achieve to become a more competent product person, and it captures them in form of learning goals. To make these ideas more concrete, let’s look at a sample learning roadmap.

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The Product Manager Development Framework I Never Had

The Product Coalition

I’ve been on a journey when it comes to PM development frameworks. Strategy, roadmap, feature requirements and delivery Enabling capabilities A breakdown of some of the skills required to be better at the above. Leadership behaviours Some traits which are ‘above and beyond’ and highlight that a person is capable of stepping up.

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8 Tips for Collaborating with Development Teams

Roman Pichler

Manage the Product, not the Team. Focus on your job as the product manager or product owner, and manage the product, not the team. Treat the Team as an Equal Partner. The team members are not your resources but the people who create your product. Assume that the team members want to do their best.

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3 Empowerment Levels in Product Management

Roman Pichler

1] Figure 1: An Empowerment Model for Product People and Teams Level one represents the authority to decide how features are detailed and guide their implementation. Level three, finally, allows product people and teams to develop the product strategy including the value proposition and business goals.

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How Product Roadmaps Kill Outcomes [Dave Martin]

Userpilot

How is the outcome-based roadmap different from regular roadmaps? That’s what Dave Martin , a product leadership coach, has talked about in his talk at this year’s Product Drive Summit hosted by Userpilot. Dave Martin on how product roadmaps kill outcomes. A roadmap example. Why do product managers need them?