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Maximising Stakeholder Buy-in to Product Strategy and Product Roadmap

Roman Pichler

2] Figure 1: The Power-Interest Grid The grid divides stakeholders into four groups: crowd, subjects, context setters, and players depending on how interested they are in your product and how much power they have. Smaller strategy updates and product roadmapping decisions, however, are not as critical.

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Product Vision FAQs

Roman Pichler

What is the Product Vision? The product vision describes the ultimate purpose of a product, the positive change it will bring about. Say I wanted to create a product that helps people become more aware of what and how much they eat. What Makes a Good Product Vision? Who Owns the Product Vision?

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My Product Strategy Model

Roman Pichler

An effective product strategy is key to successfully create, enhance, and manage a product. There is no point in worrying about the product details and writing user stories if a sound product strategy is missing. But what exactly is a product strategy? Figure 1: My Product Strategy Model.

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What Exactly is a Product Strategy?

Roman Pichler

Listen to the audio version of this article: [link] What Information Should a Product Strategy Provide? I like to think of the product strategy as a high-level plan that helps you realise your vision and that answers the following four questions: Who is the product for?

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How Product Managers Can Define a Product Vision to Guide Their Team

Speaker: Christian Bonilla, VP of Product Management at UserTesting

It’s why breakthrough products rarely happen by accident. Rather, they start with a strong product vision. Getting that vision right is one of the most important responsibilities of the product team. In this webinar, you’ll learn: Steps to creating a product vision that leads to better outcomes.

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Six Qualities of a Great Product Vision

Roman Pichler

An inspiring vision creates a meaningful purpose for everyone involved in making the product a success including the stakeholders and development team members. It also allows you, as the person in charge of the product, to understand if dedicating your time and energy to the offering is worthwhile and sustainable.

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How to Get Started with Outcome-Based Product Roadmaps

Roman Pichler

Listen to the audio version of this article: [link] Traditional vs Outcome-based Roadmaps Before I share the four steps, let me briefly describe the main differences between a traditional, feature- and an outcome-based product roadmap. A traditional roadmap is essentially a list of features, which are mapped onto a timeline.

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