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How to Create a Product Team Context by Pandora Product Lead

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One of the most important jobs a Product Leader has is making sure everyone working on a product, at any time, clearly knows why they're spending their time (minute to minute, commit to commit) on a given piece of work.

In this talk, Karl recapped the different approaches to creating the right context for a team, what's worked for him, what hasn't, and provided a few things Product Leaders can try right away to provide better context for their teams.

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How to Create a Product Team Context by Pandora Product Lead

  1. 1. How to Create a Product Team Context by Pandora Product Lead www.productschool.com
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  7. 7. Tonight’s Speaker Karl Sluis
  8. 8. Creating Product Team Context Karl Sluis / @karlsluis
  9. 9. Everyone knows what they’re working on and why they’re working on it
  10. 10. WORK Context
  11. 11. Product Leader Next Big Sound at Pandora
  12. 12. No silver bullets No one-size-fits-all solutions
  13. 13. Mission Strategy Goals Projects Metrics
  14. 14. Mission Strategy Goals Projects Metrics “Making Data Useful”
  15. 15. Mission Strategy Goals Projects Metrics “Making Data Useful” “Data Pyramid”
  16. 16. “Making Data Useful” “Data Pyramid” “Fortify, simplify, grow” Mission Strategy Goals Projects Metrics
  17. 17. “Making Data Useful” “Data Pyramid” “Fortify, simplify, grow” “Data Center & Alerts” Mission Strategy Goals Projects Metrics
  18. 18. “Making Data Useful” “Data Pyramid” “Fortify, simplify, grow” “Data Center & Alerts” “Insights Consumed” Mission Strategy Goals Projects Metrics
  19. 19. Daily Weekly Bi-weekly Quarterly Annually
  20. 20. Daily Weekly Bi-weekly Quarterly Annually Stand-ups
  21. 21. Daily Weekly Bi-weekly Quarterly Annually Stand-ups Full team meeting
  22. 22. Daily Weekly Bi-weekly Quarterly Annually Stand-ups Full team meeting Sprint kick-off
  23. 23. Daily Weekly Bi-weekly Quarterly Annually Stand-ups Full team meeting Sprint kick-off Project planning
  24. 24. Daily Weekly Bi-weekly Quarterly Annually Stand-ups Full team meeting Sprint kick-off Project planning Goals
  25. 25. Repetition is the key to communication
  26. 26. Repetition is the key to communication Repetition is the key to communication Repetition is the key to communication Repetition is the key to communication Repetition is the key to communication Repetition is the key to communication Repetition is the key to communication Repetition is the key to communication Repetition is the key to communication
  27. 27. WORK Metrics Projects Goals Mission Strategy
  28. 28. Mission Strategy Goals Projects Metrics NBS founders NBS founders
  29. 29. Mission Strategy Goals Projects Metrics NBS founders NBS founders Leadership⤑ team discussion
  30. 30. Mission Strategy Goals Projects Metrics NBS founders NBS founders Leadership⤑ team discussion Quarterly team prioritization
  31. 31. Mission Strategy Goals Projects Metrics NBS founders NBS founders Leadership⤑ team discussion Quarterly team prioritization Product team
  32. 32. Transparent Inclusive Collaboration, not consensus Agree to disagree
  33. 33. WORK Metrics Projects Goals Mission Strategy
  34. 34. Thanks! On Twitter and Medium @karlsluis
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