A Strategy Map

Roman Pichler

The map below shows the strategy tools I find helpful to make effective product strategy decisions. Additionally, you should be able to correctly state the information captured by the product vision and strategy , product roadmap , KPIs , and business model on the map above.

Establishing an Effective Product Strategy Process

Roman Pichler

Why a Product Strategy Process Matters. In the picture above, the product strategy describes how a visionary, inspirational goal is attained. It includes the product’s value proposition, market, stand-out features, and business goals. Look for new market trends.

How to take a new offering to market

Lead on Purpose

Creating new products and … Continue reading → Learning Market-driven Product Management service market strategy product research positioning pricing offering marketing planWe live in a great time where, in most of the world, you can invent a new product or service and—with the appropriate up-front work—earn money from the value it creates for customers. This is remarkable!

Shifting Markets, Shifting Strategy: Three Considerations

Proficientz – Product Management University

Shifting markets usually constitute a shift in product strategy for most organizations. For some, the current market climate presents a world of opportunity and for others it’s an exercise in survival. Target Market Focus. Portfolio & Product Strategy.

Embedded BI and Analytics: Best Practices to Monetize Your Data

Speaker: Azmat Tanauli, Senior Director of Product Strategy at Birst

Why Product People Should Care About Business Strategy

Roman Pichler

Business Strategy vs. Product Strategy. A business strategy describes how a company wants to achieve its overall aspiration and create value for its users, employees, and shareholders. Elements of an Effective Business Strategy. Ownership of Business and Product Strategy.

What are some examples of an inefficient product or product line market strategy or Product/Market Fit?

Spice Catalyst

I recently recorded a Podcast with my guest Raghu Ramanujam where we discussed the “product/market fit” that has become quite popular lately to explain product successes or failures.

Startup marketing: strategies for year one

Inside Intercom

Looking back, I didn’t see these activities as marketing with a capital M, but they absolutely were. In the very early days of Intercom the marketing hat fell on my head, but I’d be doing marketing a disservice (and 2011 Des a disservice) if I said that’s what I thought I was doing. I didn’t have a perfectly mapped out startup marketing strategy. I certainly didn’t have an “acquisition strategy.” Choosing a tactic for your addressable market.

The importance of an effective product marketing strategy

Inside Intercom

First, most founders don’t have a background in either sales or marketing, and even though they’re told to “ start marketing the day you start coding ”, they just don’t know where to begin, or they’re incredibly overconfident. Getting through the first product launch requires more than a marketing Band-Aid; it requires instilling a company-wide philosophy that marketing and product aren’t two antithetical forces but two sides of the same coin.

What is Good Product Strategy?

Melissa Perri

“What is your Product Strategy? YOU NEED A STRATEGY.” This didn’t sit well with the CTO because in reality he didn’t want a strategy, he wanted a plan. This is the way we were taught to think about Product Strategy. This isn’t a strategy, this is a plan.

Product Analytics, Prioritization, and Decision-Making - What We Can Learn from Einstein and Drucker

Speaker: Nils Davis, Principal, NPD Associates

How do you trade off multiple excellent options to choose the one option that’s best aligned with your strategy and which will deliver the most value to the market with the resources you have?

Dear Strategy: 080 Five-Year Strategies in Volatile Markets

Dear Strategy

Dear Strategy: “Is 5 years a relevant time frame for your strategy when market trends and industries are uncertain in a volatile market?”. . Back in Episode 13 , I answered a question about choosing the ideal time horizon for a strategy. The gist of my recommendation was to, as much as possible, try to match your strategy timeline with your product lifecycle. Well, here’s the reality: Especially in today’s world, every market is volatile to some extent.

Dear Strategy: 061 Strategy Examples

Dear Strategy

On this week’s episode, host Bob Caporale , founder of Strategy Generation Company and author of Creative Strategy Generation , answers the following question: Dear Strategy: “Can you give me an example of a really great or a really bad strategy?”.

Dear Strategy: 058 SEO, SEM, and Other Marketing Strategy Trends

Dear Strategy

The post Dear Strategy: 058 SEO, SEM, and Other Marketing Strategy Trends appeared first on Dear Strategy.

How Product Marketing Roadmaps Drive Sales | Shifting Market, Shifting Strategy | Agile: We’ve Come Full Circle

Proficientz – Product Management University

This month we explore the value of a product marketing roadmap to sales. We also look in the rear-view mirror at Agile and discuss what’s changed and what hasn’t along with tips for dealing with flat growth and shifting market conditions. The Value of a Product Marketing Roadmap: It’s Like Deep-Sea Fishing for Sales. Shifting Markets, Shifting Product Strategy: Three Considerations. The B2B Product Manager Magazine August 2018 is now available.

Meet Your Goals with a Practical Product Strategy

Speaker: Nils Davis, Principal, NPD Associates

PR Does Not Stand for “Press Release” – B2B Marketing Rules

280 Group

Bill is recognized as an authority in Product Management, in B2B marketing at all levels, and in strategy. His 25+ years’ experience includes VP Product/Marketing roles within 2, $1B+ companies, within smaller firms, and within a large-scale start-up. Product Marketing

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Dear Strategy: 083 Understanding Your Target Market (Part 3 of 5) – Customer Segmentation

Dear Strategy

This week, host Bob Caporale , founder of Strategy Generation Company and author of Creative Strategy Generation , takes you through Part 3 of a 5 part series on understanding the target market for your product or business.

Market Problem Framing Example

Tyner Blain

As Steven Haines first told me, “strategy first, roadmap second.” Strategy defines the context for product strategy, and your product roadmap is a planning (and communication) tool for executing your product strategy. Understanding how problems are framed in your market is critical to developing a successful product strategy. and it is a fundamental component of developing a competitive product strategy.

Make Your Product Stand Out with the Strategy Canvas

Roman Pichler

The Strategy Canvas. The Strategy Canvas was developed by Kim and Mauborgne, the authors of Blue Ocean Theory. It was originally intended as a business strategy tool to discover new markets. Use the Strategy Canvas not only for brand-new products. Product Strategy

Build Delightful Products with Customer Validation

Speaker: John Little, Head of Product Marketing, Centercode

Dear Strategy: 058 SEO, SEM, and Other Marketing Strategy Trends

Dear Strategy

Dear Strategy: “Can you talk about some of the newer trends in marketing that should be considered when putting together a marketing strategy?”. . Finally – a question about marketing strategy!!! We’ve always pitched this show as being mostly about product and business strategy. To frame this question up properly, let me first say a few words about where I believe marketing strategies fit within the context of product and business strategies.

The ultimate marketing technology stack for 2019

Inside Intercom

Known as the Martech 5000 — nicknamed after the 5,000 companies that were competing in the global marketing technology space in 2017, it’s said to be the most frequently shared slide of all time. – lie beyond the realms of this article but one thing is clear: this market is HUGE.

Dear Strategy: 083 Understanding Your Target Market (Part 3 of 5) – Customer Segmentation

Dear Strategy

NOTE: This is the third installment in a special 5-part series on Understanding the Target Market for Your Product or Business. Dear Strategy: “How can I use customer segmentation to help me better understand the target market for my product?”. . Dear Strategy: Episode 083. ###.

Dear Strategy: 082 Understanding Your Target Market (Part 2 of 5) – TAM, SAM, and SOM

Dear Strategy

This week, host Bob Caporale , founder of Strategy Generation Company and author of Creative Strategy Generation , takes you through Part 1 of a 5 part series on understanding the target market for your product or business.

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How King Crushes New Product Development using Data-Driven Insights

Speaker: Ian Thompson, Head of Business Intelligence at King, and Zara Wells, Strategic Customer Success Manager at Looker

King uses almost a competitive launch strategy for new games, as each game has a series of KPIs that it needs to meet. The key is the strategy and tools for accessing product data at the level that you'd like.

Accelerate Marketing Automation Strategies with Usage Analytics

Revulytics

In his inaugural address to the audience at this year’s Marketo Marketing Nation Summit, Steve Lucas , the new CEO of the marketing automation heavyweight, defined a chief challenge facing marketers today as one of “supply and demand,” according to event coverage. As we focus our marketing efforts on creating more demand for our products, we’re constrained by “the law of diminishing returns.” Optimizing Email Automation Strategies.

Serve Fewer Markets. Win More Deals.

bpma ProductHub

Reprinted with permission from the Product Management and Strategic Marketing Blog. The top challenge most product companies face is finding the best market for their product. The founders identified a need in the market and delivered a successful first product.

Dear Strategy: 081 Understanding Your Target Market (Part 1 of 5)

Dear Strategy

This week, host Bob Caporale , founder of Strategy Generation Company and author of Creative Strategy Generation , takes you through Part 1 of a 5 part series on understanding the target market for your product or business.

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Dear Strategy: 082 Understanding Your Target Market (Part 2 of 5) – TAM, SAM, and SOM

Dear Strategy

NOTE: This is the second installment in a special 5-part series on Understanding the Target Market for Your Product or Business. Dear Strategy: “What is TAM, SAM, and SOM and how can I use this tool to help me better understand the target market for my product?”. .

Maybe We Should Be Problem Managers Instead

Speaker: Steve Johnson, Founder and CEO, Under10 Playbook

Rather than departmental issues, these are product strategy issues. Or is it a strategic role that is grounded in market facts? Three things keep company leaders awake at night: 1) Can we sell more of what we built? 2) Can we build what we’ve planned?

Build a sustainable customer acquisition strategy

Inside Intercom

That’s why you need to find a strategy to steadily bring in new customers in order to survive – and thrive. Without a strategy to acquire customers, it’s easy to keep doing what seems to be working without examining how effective your approach truly is. Content marketing.

The Anti-Influencer Marketing Strategy to Grow Your Community

Amplitude

To grow your product’s community, consider @sandimac’s anti-influencer strategy Click To Tweet. The classic influencer strategy is all about using big names and big credentials to draw as many users to your product as possible. I hate the term “influencer.”.

4 Unusual Promotional Gifts for Product Marketing Managers

Spice Catalyst

Product Marketing (Success) Managers sometimes get involved with marketing communications and need some chatkas to help with branding at say a trade show. Product Success Managers need to offer an incentive to get people to answer their surveys when they are doing market research.

Some Strategy Mistakes I’ve Made

The Product Coalition

This is Part 3/18 in the series “How to Build an Innovative New Product or Company” on the topic of over-investing in the “4 Steps to Develop a Strategy” I was introduced to a medical device company recently. They’re starting to think about how to sell and market it. product strategy”).

How to Package and Price Embedded Analytics

struggle to integrate analytics into their products, business models, and pricing strategies in a way that meets a range of user. User Classes vs. Marketing Buying Personas While companies may buy your software product, it’s the end users who ultimately use the features.

Dear Strategy: 078 Implementing Your Strategy Internally

Dear Strategy

Dear Strategy: “How do you build programs, projects, and, ultimately, products out of a strategy once it’s been established and accepted? I mean, isn’t the whole point of a strategy to identify actions that can be turned into programs, projects, and products? This, according to the strategy framework used by my business (and the sponsor of this blog), Strategy Generation Company. The Planning section is the heart of your strategy.

10 Marketing Lessons From Apple

Spice Catalyst

THESE MARKETING LESSONS FROM APPLE CAN SCALE UP YOUR BUSINESSES TO NEW HEIGHTS. He or she may not have not realized it but the simple marketing strategy that they accidentally and innocently came up with [ ] The post 10 Marketing Lessons From Apple appeared first on Spice Catalyst.

Meet Your New Partner: The Sales Team – B2B Marketing Rules

280 Group

If you’re in a B2B market the chances are that you won’t be successful unless your Sales Team is successful. product, marketing, customer service, and perhaps others). Bill is recognized as an authority in Product Management, in B2B marketing at all levels, and in strategy.

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Dear Strategy: 061 Strategy Examples

Dear Strategy

Dear Strategy: “Can you give me an example of a really great or a really bad strategy?”. . I mean, if I can’t answer a question as simple as this, what business did I have writing a book on strategy in the first place? Keep in mind that I typically help product managers, marketing managers, and sales managers develop strategies for the individual portfolios, markets, and channels that they manage. These are the strategies I am helping people to create.