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In my last post I wrote about how vital it is for the development team to be in sync with one another. We identified four key product development team goals: 1 – Achieve the organization’s projected sales and margin rates 2 – Publish product roadmaps that are 100% resourced 3 – Reach customer-facing roadmap deliverables […]
For any product development to succeed, there needs to be a strong alignment of product management, user experience, and engineering. Without having these elements on the same page and working toward common goals, everyone is likely to be heading off in a different direction. It’s not efficient and it won’t lead your company where it […]
There are so many varied concerns that a product roadmap must address. To simplify matters and save your own sanity, it’s wise to create two separate but linked roadmaps. Your external roadmap will help build client trust and support the sales process. Your internal roadmap has more aggressive goals. Who Uses the Internal Product Roadmap? […]