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The Value Assessment Framework (Part 2)

The Product Coalition

Here is a simple framework to help you understand what they need, and more importantly — where are your current gaps. Ideally, this should be a group exercise. Your product’s value needs to be defined, delivered, and perceived as such by your customers. Try including marketing, sales, customer success, and the CEO in the discussion.

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The Value Assessment Framework (Part 1)

The Product Coalition

Most products begin with functionality, but as I do this exercise with the companies I work with, they often realize that something is missing, even if the technical capabilities are there. Step 2: Deliver the Value Once you have a clear definition of the value, it’s time to make sure the product delivers that value. Stay tuned.

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My favorite UX design workbooks: develop your skills by solving exercises

UX Planet

DESIGN WORKBOOKS How to put design theory into practice in an efficient way My favorite UX design workbooks: develop your skills by solving exercises Learning design theory is a good step towards becoming a better designer, but it is also important to put the things you’ve learned into practice.

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Annual Planning in Uncertain Times: 6 Tactics for Rethinking Your Company’s End-of-Year Exercise

First Round Review

Leaders like Lenny Rachitsky, Nels Gilbreth, Jeff Lawson, Annie Duke, Ravi Mehta and more share the inventive frameworks they lean on for this annual exercise. We’ve combed the extensive Review archives for a timely roundup of the most unique advice for end-of-year strategic planning.

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Decoding Product Leadership

Roman Pichler

1 ] In fact, some people argue that product leadership can only be exercised by a management role. Leadership can therefore be exercised without being a boss. The leadership they exercise is called emergent or lateral leadership.[ The leadership they exercise has been assigned or granted by the CEO or another executive.

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Methods and Frameworks Product Managers Should Know: Part 2 of 2

The Product Coalition

If you’re looking to improve your team's work, a product management framework can be an excellent starting point. A framework is a set of guidelines or principles that can help guide your team’s decisions and provide a common understanding for all team members. Example of Applying DACI Framework 2. DACI What is it?

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Mastering Product Sense and Execution Interviews

The Product Coalition

I am not in favor of assigning home exercises. Candidates are expected to engage with the question critically, asking clarifying questions, applying analytical frameworks, and building on their assumptions despite not being market experts on the topic at hand.