Essential framework and templates for Product Managers

The Product Coalition

Below are some frameworks and templates that will help you track the progress and help with validation. Feature Impact Mapping A good framework you can use is to map problems using the above template helps you prioritize better.

This Framework Gives You Product Management Super Powers

The Secret PM Handbook

The Secret Product Management Framework. Finally writing down the Secret Product Management Framework was a revelation for me. One test of a new framework is how well it explains “previous observations.” In this article, I tie the older posts to the framework.

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This Framework Gives You Product Management Super Powers

The Secret PM Handbook

The Secret Product Management Framework. Finally writing down the Secret Product Management Framework was a revelation for me. One test of a new framework is how well it explains “previous observations.” In this article, I tie the older posts to the framework.

This Framework Gives You Product Management Super Powers

The Secret PM Handbook

The Secret Product Management Framework. Finally writing down the Secret Product Management Framework was a revelation for me. One test of a new framework is how well it explains “previous observations.” In this article, I tie the older posts to the framework.

Why You Need to Move Beyond PM Interview Frameworks

PMLesson's Ace the PM Interview

Oftentimes, the problem turns out to be an over-reliance on frameworks. Yes, frameworks—those stalwart friends of PM interview prep have some downsides we need to talk about. Let’s say a few good words about frameworks first, though, so we can understand why we need to move past them.

Sticking to Your Product Vision Means Saying “No”

ProductPlan

Product managers wear many hats, but one of the most uncomfortable ones they’re forced to occasionally don is that of the product vision “Gatekeeper.” The importance of maintaining a product vision. It’s important not to confuse product vision with product strategy.

BACER – Product Prioritisation Framework for B2B products

NextBigWhat

in Hindi means “Vision” How to decide what to work on first? This is a common challenge I have seen across product teams when building… The post BACER – Product Prioritisation Framework for B2B products appeared first on NextBigWhat. BACER – pronounced as ??? Product Management

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The one thing that can make or break your product and team: the vision

The Product Coalition

I’ve realized that people use the words mission, vision and strategy interchangeably. Wanted to jot down some thoughts on my perspectives on this, and the topic of product vision in general - both to solidify my own thinking and in case it can be helpful to anyone reading this.

Applying the 3 Horizons Framework to Product Management

Product Club

Applying the 3 Horizons Framework to Product Management | Michael Rutledge from Michael Rutledge. Product leadership often requires developing the most compelling vision for a given area, balancing execution needs with demands from senior leaders to constantly innovate.

TEI 265: A 6-part framework to make sense of your product projects – with Steve Johnson

Product Innovation Educators

Consider your launch vision and goals. However, to help everyone share a common vision for the future, you can leverage history. Consider your launch vision and goals. How product managers can use the Planning Canvas to go from an idea to making money.

Can AI Create a Fairer World? By Kriti Sharma

Mind the Product

Kriti believes that with the product vision and frameworks we, as product managers have, we are faced with an opportunity – to start embedding a more conscious mindset and ensure more ethical decision making. To do this we need to: Follow simple frameworks.

Use a decision-making framework

The Product Coalition

fits the vision) What is the level of effort required to implement this item? (we This framework built into your product decisions process gives you leverage with the team and focuses all available resources on meeting the company’s main strategic objectives. Make the right hard calls.

Using the Jobs To Be Done Framework for Product Management

The Product Coalition

The most popular frameworks, like agile, are more about the general approach your office takes. The Jobs To Be Done Framework (JTBD, for short) is different. Explaining the Jobs to Be Done Framework What is business? Let’s look at the theory behind the Jobs To Be Done framework.

ASP.Net: An Ideal Framework To Merge AI & ML in App.

The Product Coalition

Information on ASP.NET Framework First off, the .NET Visual Studio Code, a feature of Visual Studio, is an improved apparatus for ASP.NET and encourages the advancement of applications in Mac also Linux working frameworks. ASP.Net: An Ideal Framework To Merge AI & ML in App.

Rediscover the Forgotten art of Product Strategy

Mind the Product

First up, the framework fanatics. The Framework Fanatics. The product discipline is overrun with processes and frameworks. There’s nothing I like more than a great framework to simplify a problem and ease decision making, but product management is not painting by numbers.

The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) and User Story Mapping

CardBoard

A user story map will give your team a much clearer vision of what you are building and why it matters. The post The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) and User Story Mapping appeared first on CardBoard It SAFe includes practices and principals for large scale software development efforts.

My framework for Machine Learning Products — Part 1 of 3

The Product Coalition

Over the years of building Machine Learning products, I’ve come up with a framework that usually works for me. Getting a signal early on can save time and effort, and help correct the vision and direction of the product.

Why you need a product strategy framework to build a great product

ProductBoard

It takes three things to build a great product: a vision, a strategy, and a roadmap. Product managers are also known for articulating the vision for a product as well. We often associate product management with roadmaps, since it’s the tangible piece of the process other teams see.

Agile Product Management Framework

All About Product Management

There are many good product management frameworks available - however, I thought I would create an agile product management framework that is broad enough to be applicable to any product management groups that is practising agile/scrum.

How to Organize the Product Success Leadership Team

Spice Catalyst

Leadership builds on the company’s vision, values, and mission plus its strategy. Leadership builds on the company’s vision, values, and mission plus its strategy.

How to deliver great products when you don’t follow any “magical framework”

The Product Coalition

That is what I´m calling “magical framework”. So, in this post I want to do the opposite: I won´t give you one more “magical framework”. If you don´t have this in mind, you might end up doing things just because people asked for it, not because it is alligned to your product´s vision.

How to Make Product Decisions With Transparency and Trust

Mind the Product

Here’s a straightforward framework for collaborative decision making that is founded in transparency and trust. Strategic decisions include delineating the product vision, value proposition, product differentiators, and product roadmap.

What is the Product of the VP Product?

Ask Benny

Just like any product you need to have a vision, strategy, values, roadmap, goals, and metrics for your team. Vision, Strategy, and Values Just like any product, you must envision how you want your team to look like and be perceived. When your product is your team.

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Treat Your Career Like you Treat Your Products by Adam Warburton

Mind the Product

Just as with a product, you should start with a vision. This isn’t to say everyone’s vision should be about having an ambitious career; just as valid, if not more so, would be a vision to “be the best parent I can be” or similar.

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You Need A Product Strategy by Sam Odio

Mind the Product

When you look at different frameworks for defining a product strategy there are so many possible definitions. Product strategy also doesn’t need to focus on product vision. The product vision is then an outcome of the product strategy.

The Top 10 Deliverables of Product Managers

Sachin Rekhi

I instead define a product manager as driving the vision, strategy, design, and execution of their product. Vision: Vision Narrative. Most product managers realize that defining a compelling vision for their product is a core responsibility of their role.

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Optimal Product Process™ 3.0 Phase Two: Plan

280 Group

It will show what you’ll deliver, when and how the product features will support your strategy and achieve your long-term vision. The Optimal Product Process is built on the worldwide-standard Association of International Product Marketing and Management (AIPMM) seven-phase framework.

Insights from the #mtpcon London Product Leadership Forum – Part 1

Mind the Product

Framework Fanatics. There is an abundance of frameworks (lean, agile, etc), and taken with their associated webinars, sessions, and specialists, they end up becoming the centre of peoples’ worlds. It’s a framework, rather than something that will set you apart in the market long term.

What is the Product of the VP Product?

Ask Benny

Just like any product you need to have a vision, strategy, values, roadmap, goals, and metrics for your team. Vision, Strategy, and Values Just like any product, you must envision how you want your team to look like and be perceived. When your product is your team.

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A New Focus On Product Management Opportunity

The Secret PM Handbook

It’s more ambitious than my initial (lack of) vision. And it resulted in the Secret Product Management Framework , a better way to understand product management. . Much the content on the blog naturally ties into the Secret Product Management Framework (SPMF).

What distinguishes the Top 1% of Product Managers from the Top 10%?

B2B Product Management

The top 1% PMs use frameworks. Frameworks are a tool for systematic decision making. Frameworks help you repeat your decision making process across other seemingly similar problems. The top 1% PMs have frameworks for everything – for valuing companies, for assessing the market, for prioritizing requirements, for translating vision into execution, for pricing the product etc. Frameworks help you to focus on what is important and eliminate the noise.

Empowered Product Teams by Marty Cagan

Mind the Product

The use of OKRs in most companies is a mess – because it’s a framework that originated in an empowered team environment – and most companies applying it today don’t have empowered teams.

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Product Management is Simple, but Very, Very Hard

Mind the Product

Many of the frameworks, methodologies, and silver bullets which supposedly make decision making easier often add complexity and become the means by which people try to avoid making hard decisions. Ensure you have a strong product vision, a workable product strategy and sensible objectives.

Product Backlog Management – 10 Tips for Product Managers

280 Group

It will help develop an appropriate product vision. Based on the overall product strategy, the product manager and product owner should agree on a product vision that will guide prioritizing the backlog.

Roadmaps are Dead! Long Live Roadmaps! by C. Todd Lombardo

Mind the Product

In modern product management, we have multiple frameworks and tools designed to help us understand what to build. A roadmap also tells us how we will realize our product vision. Vision. Clear business objectives should flow from your product vision.