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Who Owns the Product?
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Who Owns the Product?

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A talk given at GROWTalks Toronto 2013 about how startups can clarify product ownership and keep a tight focus on what matters most.

A talk given at GROWTalks Toronto 2013 about how startups can clarify product ownership and keep a tight focus on what matters most.

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  • 1. Who Owns the Product? Mike Beltzner wattpad.com/beltzner
  • 2. Product DesignEngineering
  • 3. Tension
  • 4. it‘s not authority
  • 5. it’s a responsibility
  • 6. set priority call the shotsmake decisions (place bets)
  • 7. it depends
  • 8. Product DesignEngineering
  • 9. VisionariesTranslators Builders
  • 10. Strategy TacticsExecution
  • 11. FeaturesQualitySchedule (pick two)
  • 12. StrategyTacticsExecution (pick one)
  • 13. diff’rnt strokes for diff’rnt……Marmer Stages
  • 14. Discovery
  • 15. Strategy Tacticsx Execution
  • 16. Validation
  • 17. x Strategy Tactics Execution
  • 18. Efficiency
  • 19. Strategyx Tactics Execution
  • 20. Scale
  • 21. Strategy Tacticsx Execution
  • 22. Harmony
  • 23. share a visionstay informeddefault to “no”

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