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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. Assessment Guidelines A good assessment requires that you are extremely honest with yourself. Your product’s value needs to be defined, delivered, and perceived as such by your customers.

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Crafting a career progression framework for designers. Where to start?

UX Planet

In this article, I want to share tips on creating the first version of a career progression framework that fits your team and company, and how to get the most out of it. A well-crafted career progression framework can become an essential tool to overcome a significant number of challenges of design leadership.

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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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4 Best Practices for Rolling Out Your Framework

ProductPlan

Feature prioritization is a team sport, as well as understanding framework best practices. Because whichever prioritization framework gets picked needs a carefully planned rollout to stakeholders, here are some framework best practices for a successful implementation. Share the framework with all stakeholders.

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Goal-Setting Frameworks in SaaS: How To Set Goals in Different Ways?

Userpilot

What if you knew that not all goal-setting frameworks are beneficial to your team? There are a plethora of goal-setting frameworks out there. But choosing a framework is easier said than done. Let’s dive into this article to find the perfect goal-setting framework to grow your product. Tiered goals framework.

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Jobs-to-Be-Done: A Guide to Maximizing the JTBD Approach

280 Group

The Jobs-to-Be-Done (JTBD) framework is an approach to developing products based on understanding the customer’s goal (job) and the thought processes behind creating a product to accomplish that goal (do the job). Applying the JTBD framework correctly can empower Product teams to create relevant and innovative products.

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Benefits of a product discovery framework (pt. 2/6)

The Product Coalition

This article is part of a wider guide on how to establish a product discovery framework in your organization. Establishing a product discovery framework from scratch takes cross-team effort, so it’s important to get the right people on board from the start. I swear, this never happens… ! Get in touch.