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B2B Customer Journey Map
Customer Journey Map – B2B Marketing Rules
Tesla Agile Development: Version 8.0 Software and Product Management at its best. Last week I received the version 8 update from Tesla. For those of you unfamiliar with how updates work with Tesla and the Model S or X, your ...
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Tesla Agile Development
Tesla Agile Development: Product Management at its Best
Tesla Agile Development: Version 8.0 Software and Product Management at its best. Last week I received the version 8 update from Tesla. For those of you unfamiliar with ...
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Product Roadmap Prioritization: Weighted Scoring or the Kano Model?
Deciding which features end up on your roadmap (and which features don’t) is one of the most important decisions product managers face. There are several ways to go ...
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Feature Prioritization Matrix Want Need Must Have
Free Requirements Prioritization Matrix and Roadmap Templates
The feature prioritization matrix (Excel file) and roadmap templates allow you to capture and prioritize feature requests and build out an effective and well-thought out product roadmap. Read ...
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Four Quadrant Feature Prioritization Matrix Blog Post
The Four Quadrant Feature Prioritization Matrix
A Simple Technique for Determining Where to Focus Development Efforts for the Highest Payoff Feature Prioritization Using the Four Quadrant Matrix In previous articles, white papers and in ...
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42 Rules of Product Management
Product Management Rule #12: Be Data-Driven by the Consumers of Your Product
Product Management Rule #12 from the best-selling book, 42 Rules of Product Management, was written by Kevin Epstein, Author, Marketing Made Easy Always remember, you’re not the customer. ...
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42 Rules of Product Management
Product Management Rule #10: Focus on the Needs of Your Market, Not Just Individual Requests from Individual Customers
Product Management Rule #10 from the best-selling book, 42 Rules of Product Management, was written by Jeff Lash, Blogger, How to Be a Good Product Manager Good product ...
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