Product Management - Product Flow template

Product Management - Product Flow

Streamline product development processes using Product Management - Product Flow template. Visualize stages, tasks, and dependencies for improved workflow.

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bumble
delloite
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dropbox
walt disney
asos
contentful
ubisoft
pepsico
macys
whirlpool
hanes
yamaha
docusign
walt disney
asos
contentful
ubisoft
pepsico
macys
whirlpool
hanes
yamaha
docusign
liberty mutual
wp engine
accenture
bumble
delloite
hewlett packard
total
dropbox
walt disney
asos
contentful
ubisoft
pepsico
macys
whirlpool
hanes
yamaha
docusign

Engaging with a Client

  • Purpose: Outline the initial approach to client engagement.

  • Content: Best practices for first meetings, communication strategies, and establishing rapport.

Questions for the Client

  • Purpose: Identify critical questions to understand the client's vision and requirements.

  • Content: Open-ended questions focusing on the client's goals, target audience, expected features, budget, and timeline.

Data Collection for Each Feature

  • Purpose: Specify the type of data needed for understanding each feature.

  • Content: Data types like user demographics, market analysis, and technical requirements for the calling and messaging features.

Information Collection for Each Feature

  • Purpose: Elaborate on the detailed information required for each feature.

  • Content: API integrations, hardware compatibility, and user interface requirements.

Handling Non-responsive Clients

  • Purpose: Strategies for proceeding when the client is unresponsive or unclear.

  • Content: Using industry benchmarks alternative research methods, reaching out to stakeholders.

Conducting User Research

  • Purpose: Detailing the approach for gathering user insights.

  • Content: Methods like surveys, interviews, focus groups, user personas, and usage scenarios.

Distinguishing Client Wants vs Needs

  • Purpose: Framework for identifying and prioritizing client requests.

  • Content: Techniques to differentiate between essential features and desirable additions, balancing business goals and user needs.

High-Level Timeline

  • Purpose: Outlining significant milestones and releases over 12 months.

  • Content: Gantt chart or timeline showing phases like planning, development, testing, launch, and post-launch support.

Top 10 Features with Dependencies

  • Purpose: Identify key features and their dependencies or constraints.

  • Content: Detailed list of features with associated technical, resource, or time dependencies.

Decomposing Features

  • Purpose: Break down each feature into manageable components.

  • Content: For each feature, list sub-features, tasks, and responsible teams or individuals.

Acceptance Criteria for a User Story

  • Purpose: Define clear criteria for evaluating whether a user story is complete.

  • Content: Specific, measurable criteria for one user story, demonstrating what success looks like for that feature.

This template was created by Mark V. Smetanin.

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