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This talk explains how to use the GO product roadmap, a new agile, goal-orineted roadmap. The GO roadmap combines shared goals with key features into a strategic plan that shifts the conversation form ...

This talk explains how to use the GO product roadmap, a new agile, goal-orineted roadmap. The GO roadmap combines shared goals with key features into a strategic plan that shifts the conversation form debating details to agreeing on objectives. It is designed to work with Lean Startup, Customer Development, and Scrum.

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  • Map picture: http://conversationsofchange.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/roadmap.jpg
  • The dancers are:The pump girlThe wizardSmooth (the teddy)Kitty (the cat)Roger (the bloke)
  • Dominated by features: There are too many features, and the features are often too detailedDanger of using the roadmap as a tactical planning tool that competes with the Product Canvas or product backlogThe desired benefits and the reason for creating a new release or product version are unclearRegarded as a commitment  conflict with agile planning

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  • Making  Agile Product Roadmaps Work ★  Agile  Prac++oners  London,  January  2014  ★ Roman Pichler! @romanpichler! romanpichler.com!
  • About  me   •  Product  management  consultant   and  trainer   –  Specialised  in  agile  and  lean  prac5ces   •  Business  owner  and  product   manager   –  I  walk  my  own  talk   ©  2014  Pichler  Consul5ng  Ltd   2  
  • Product  Roadmaps   High-level! plan! Continuity ! of purpose! Budget! acquisition! ©  2014  Pichler  Consul5ng  Ltd   Stakeholder! alignment! Vision Strategy Product! Roadmap! Prioriti-! sation! Details Portfolio! mgmt.! 3  
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  • A  Tradi5onal  Roadmap   1st quarter! 2nd quarter! 3rd quarter! 4th quarter! Version 1! Version 2! Version 3! Version 4! •  Choose and customise characters and dance floors! •  Play with up to two friends! •  Post dance studio snapshot on Facebook! ated! Domin •  Purchase dance moves: ballet and modern dance! •  Create new dances by combining moves! •  New characters and floors: Alien, Barbie, Hello Kitty! •  3D effects for the characters and dance floors! •  Street dance moves and characters! •  Dance competition with players rating dances! by features! ©  2014  Pichler  Consul5ng  Ltd   The “why” ! is unclear! 5   Commitment! conflict!
  • The  GO  Product  Roadmap   When will ! the release ! be available?! Date The launch date or timeframe   Name What is! it called?! The name of the new product version or major release   Goal Why should! it be developed?! The reason for creating the new version   Features What are its! key features?! The high-level features necessary to meet the goal How do we know the goal! has been met?! Metrics The metrics/KPIs to determine if the goal has been met ©  2014  Pichler  Consul5ng  Ltd   6  
  • The  GO  Roadmap  Applied   1st quarter! 2nd quarter! 3rd quarter! 4th quarter! Version 1! Version 2! Version 3! Version 4! Acquisition: Free app, limited in-app purchases! Activation: Focus on Retention! in-app purchases! •  Basic game functionality! •  Multiplayer! •  FB integration! •  Purchase dance moves! •  Create new dances! •  New characters and floors! •  Enhanced visual design! •  Street dance elements! •  Dance competition! Downloads: top 10 dance app! Activations, downloads! Daily active players, session length! Downloads! ©  2014  Pichler  Consul5ng  Ltd   7   Acquisition: New segment!
  • Roadmap  Ownership   GO Roadmap Owns and! manages! Contribute! Product Manager or Owner Stakeholders Contribute! Team Members ©  2014  Pichler  Consul5ng  Ltd   8  
  • The  GO  Roadmap  in  Context   Vision Board, Biz Model or Lean Canvas Vision and! high-level! strategy! ©  2014  Pichler  Consul5ng  Ltd   GO Roadmap Product Canvas Goals! for several! major releases! 9   Details ! for the next ! major release!
  • Pivo5ng  with  the  GO  Roadmap   GO Roadmap Vision Board Big ! changes!! Pivot! MVP Product Canvas ©  2014  Pichler  Consul5ng  Ltd   10  
  • Summary   •  The  product  roadmap  can  be  a  great  product planning tool  –  even  in  an  agile/lean  context   •  Focus on the goal of  each  release,  and  be  prepared   to  make  bigger  changes  to  your  roadmap     •  The  GO product roadmap is  a  handy  blueprint  for  an   agile  roadmap;  download the template,  and  try  it   out:   romanpichler.com/tools/product-roadmap! ©  2014  Pichler  Consul5ng  Ltd   11  
  • Thank  you  for  your  interest!   More information on the GO Product Roadmap! and my other tools: romanpichler.com/tools/! I look forward to your feedback and questions:! info@romanpichler.com! @romanpichler! ©  2014  Pichler  Consul5ng  Ltd   12