The best products are defined by a great roadmap.
An excellent product strategy hits the sweet spot between user needs, business strategy and technical values. We ensure that all stakeholders’ insights are weighed in and translated into an actionable roadmap.
A well-crafted Product Roadmap aligns teams and stakeholders, ensures a clear direction, and serves as a decision-making framework. It makes prioritization easier, which enables efficient resource allocation, and allows for flexibility and adaptability, accommodating changes in the market.
A strategic plan that outlines the sequence of actions or developments for a product over time, detailing the vision, direction, and planned progress of a product from its initial stages to its full realization and beyond. It serves as a guiding document that showcases the key features, enhancements, and milestones, helping stakeholders understand the product’s future trajectory.
A Roadmap in Steps:
1. A debrief of your users’ and stakeholders’ requirements
Thoroughly understanding the business domain and the target audience requires deep investigation and debriefing. This will shapes the context for a solution that is fully aligned with the overarching strategy.
2. A clear overview of (technical) dependencies & API agreements
When solutions are interdependent on other teams, technology, or certain timeframes, these ties need to be identified as soon as possible, so that we can discuss and discover the possible approaches and craft agreements on, for instance, handovers, work processes, and API definitions.
3. Validated product interface prototypes
We selectively choose high-impact assumptions, turn these into prototypes, and validate these prototypes with users and stakeholders to scientifically underscore our plans.
4. Scoping workshops
During our scoping workshops, we use the MoSCoW methodology to match your wishes with your business strategy and KPIs, and create a roadmap that all parties involved will vouch for.
5. Comprehensive briefs and quality standards for the agile product teams
We believe that clear and concise briefings are the key ingredient for an efficiently shipping product team. Let’s talk Product Strategy!