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Product Management Process
Vision, Strategy, & Roadmapping
Over the weekend I got a little curious about how product managers prioritize their stories and...
Reach: The number of users who will be affected by the feature or project over a specific time period. A higher reach indicates a larger potential impact on users.
Impact: The degree to which the feature or project will positively affect users. This can be measured on a scale of 1 (minimal impact) to 10 (maximum impact).
Confidence: A percentage estimate of how confident the team is in their reach and impact assumptions. A higher confidence level indicates greater certainty in the estimates.
Effort: The amount of work required to complete the feature or project, measured in person-hours, days, or other suitable units. A lower effort score indicates that the project requires less work to complete.
As a product manager, running experiments is essential to understanding and improving your product. Experimentation allows you to test hypotheses and make data-driven decisions that can improve your product’s success. In this article, we’ll explore 8 steps to run effective experiments with your product trio and product team.
Customer validation interviews are an essential step in the product development process. They help you gather feedback from potential customers to ensure that your proposed solution will solve their problems and meet their needs before you even touch a line of code. In this article, we’ll explore how to conduct customer validation interviews using both the scripted and semi-scripted approaches.
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