Roadmaps are dynamic documents—they must be updated when new information is available. Learn how and when to update your roadmap for maximum success.
- Even though some of your stakeholders…might wish otherwise, product roadmaps…are dynamic documents.…They have to be.…They represent your organization's development plan…at a particular point in time…based on the best information available to you…at that point in time.…When you learn new information about your customers…or the market, guess what?…You'll need to update your roadmap.…So how do you know when it's time to update your roadmap?…When you've learned something new that makes the old roadmap…no longer seem like the optimal course of action.…
There are several types of new information…that you might encounter.…First, you might've learned information…about your customers' needs and desires.…For example, you might've tried out a new pricing model…and found out that your customers won't accept it.…Second, it could be information about your competitors.…Say you've just read a major announcement…from one of your competitors which makes them…more of a threat than you thought.…And third, you might've learned something new…
This course shows how to build a product roadmap for your business—and gain critical stakeholder buy-in. See examples of what roadmaps might look like, and spend time learning the tools and techniques necessary to map the projects for your specific organization. Instructors Teg Grenager and Eldad Persky help you create strong, dynamic roadmaps that will ensure your team is working on the right projects at the right time.
- What is a product roadmap?
- Roadmaps in agile organizations
- Selecting stakeholders
- Researching customers
- Identifying milestones
- Estimating effort
- Maintaining the roadmap