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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. As the product vision, I could then choose “help people eat healthily” or just “healthy eating.” What Makes a Good Product Vision? Who Owns the Product Vision?

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Product Vision Board Checklist

Roman Pichler

Overview The checklist below is structured according to the five elements of the product vision board. These are vision, target group, needs, product, and business goals. You can download the list together with the product vision board template by clicking on the image below.

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Double Vision: Choosing the Right Approach to Capture the Product Vision

Roman Pichler

Listen to the audio version of this article: [link] Option 1: The Vision Captures Strategic Decisions Your first option is to view the product vision as a statement that captures strategic decisions like the product’s users and customers, its value proposition, and its standout features. Shared : The individuals support the vision.

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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. If the vision resonates with you, then this will help you do a great job, especially when the going gets tough. The vision pulls you.”. A shared vision unites people.

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How To Manage Multiple Product Teams For Successful Development & Delivery

Speaker: Leslie Grandy, Product Executive & Drew Weaver, Senior Program Manager

🎯 Proficiency in these skills empowers product managers to navigate complexities to maintain a cohesive vision across projects, ensuring successful product development and delivery! We can think about this like conducting an orchestra, where diverse efforts are harmonized toward a unified outcome.

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Common Product Vision Board Mistakes

Roman Pichler

This article assumes that you are familiar with the product vision board or the key elements of a product strategy : market, value proposition, standout features, and business goals. Vision Captures Product Idea or Business Objective. Additionally, such a vision is hardly inspiring. Target Group is (too) Big and Heterogenous.

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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. As the product vision, I could then choose “help people eat healthily” or just “healthy eating.” What Makes a Good Product Vision? Who Owns the Product Vision?

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Measure the Immeasurable: Beyond Vanity Metrics

Speaker: Sari Harrison, Product Management Instructor, Product School

As a product manager, it's your job to realize your product’s vision by executing your chosen strategy. You'll come away ready to: Make sure your metrics are aligned with your vision and strategy. It’s also your job to deliver value to the business. Immerse your team in data to understand your users and generate insights.

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Get S.M.A.R.T. with your Roadmap

Speaker: Miles Robinson, Technical Project Manager, iFixIt

Alignment with your purpose and vision. How to frame the data to help make that decision can be done by instinct, or it can be done SMART: Specific definition of the project scope and completion. Measurement rules to monitor cost and success with enough time to adjust. Resource considerations for short and long term needs.

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The Art and Science of Explaining Your Product Strategy

Speaker: Jason Tanner, CEO of Applied Frameworks

He will differentiate product strategy, vision, and tactics with practical examples, as well as share approaches for effective communication within and beyond the team. During this interactive session, you will learn how to: Identify the elements of product strategy.

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The Beauty and Brains of Actionable Data: How to Go From Concept to Reality

Speaker: Dr. Joe Perez, Senior Systems Analyst at NC Dept. of Health & Human Services, and Chief Technology Officer at SolonTek

Do you have the vision to combine beauty with brains, thereby driving decisions with data? Anyone can make a pretty bar graph, but can you make sound decisions based on that graph? Is it actionable, or is it only fluff? Can you see the end result of those concepts; will they ever become reality?

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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

Rather, they start with a strong product vision. Getting that vision right is one of the most important responsibilities of the product team. Join Christian Bonilla, VP of Product at UserTesting, as he reveals tips for taking ownership of the product vision to guide the development process.

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Your 2-Part Metrics Audit for High-Value Products

Speaker: Sam McAfee, Product Development Consultant, Startup Patterns

Do they contribute to the ultimate vision of your product? And is everybody clear on that vision? You'll come away with the ability to: Align your organization on a product strategy that serves your vision. As product managers we're in a golden age of being able to get all sorts of metrics and run all sorts of experiments.

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How Much is that Feature in the Window?

Speaker: Nils Davis, Principal, NPD Associates

But how you tailor that conversation depends on who you’re having it with, because your stakeholders’ vision for the future and your customers’ vision are likely two different things. Roadmaps are about the future, and talking about a roadmap means talking about the future.

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Product Management: Guide to Thriving as a Product Manager

In the best of scenarios, they craft their product’s vision, influence the process of bringing their product to life, and gain first-hand knowledge of how their product is directly impacting people. Being a Product Manager can be incredibly rewarding.