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How to Run Product Strategy Workshops: A Step-by-Step Guide

The Product Coalition

Product strategy workshops are facilitated sessions where key stakeholders come together to define the vision, goals, and roadmap for a product. The workshops help align the team on strategic…

Workshop 120
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WHAM! A framework for workshopping product OKRs

Mind the Product

OKRs are a great tool to drive a product team in the direction of the business strategy, but they can also be a means of motivating product teams. A framework for workshopping product OKRs appeared first on Mind the Product. Product Director Ayesha Farhat shares a framework that she has used for product OKRs.

Workshop 174
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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. Four Artefacts.

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The Product Strategy Cycle

Roman Pichler

Traditionally, strategy and execution are often viewed as separate, sequential pieces of work that are carried out by different people. For example, a product manager might determine the product strategy and one or more development teams might be tasked with executing it. Enter the Cycle. I call these outcomes product goals.

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How Product Managers Can Learn to Love Reporting

Speaker: Eric Feinstein, Professional Services Manager, Looker

Eric Feinstein, Professional Services Manager at Looker, has done workshops with product managers who are looking to add effective reporting. In this session, he'll cover: The process and workshop activities PMs can use to define reports that will be part of their product.

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10 Product Strategy Mistakes to Avoid

Roman Pichler

Listen to the audio version of this article: [link] 1 No Strategy The first and most crucial mistake is to have no product strategy at all. As there is no strategy, objectively assessing the impact of the requests is virtually impossible. The strategy is therefore either too big or too narrow.

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Insight From Marty Cagan’s Coach the Coaches Workshop (Part 2)

The Product Coalition

In part two of this summary, I am moving to talk about strategy and leadership insights. But every now and then, for example, when I share the insights with my customers (many of them wanted to use our time together to simply hear how it was), I remember what a great privilege it was to attend this workshop, and I feel truly grateful.