Deliver Product Roadmaps, Plan, & Communicate (@Plato Elevate)

Deliver Product Roadmaps, Plan, & Communicate

Dragonboat CEO, Becky Flint, recently hosted a discussion circle at the Plato Elevate Virtual event around how to plan, communicate, and deliver product roadmaps with limited information and resources. Spoiler alert – the secret is “taking the Responsive Portfolio approach”.

Here are the 5 key take aways:

  1. Invest in efforts to align execs on both goals and strategic themes upfront
  2. Allocate + Prioritize within goals and themes as a “low/ no fail” way to manage diverse stakeholders
  3. Enable 2-way context and accountability between business teams and tech teams
  4. Assess your product as a multi-dimensional portfolio
  5. Understand and pursuit your product S-curve
Responsive portfolio is a multidimensional portfolio
Prioritization is hard because of the competing needs from all angles.

Check out the full recording here:

The full deck is here.

In many organizations there are often weak links between dynamic goals and autonomous/ agile execution – until we empower our product, program, and engineering managers to collaborate with executives, amongst each other and with cross functional teams to align, plan and deliver product roadmaps responsively, and holistically, even with limited information upfront, and resource constraints.

Dragonboat is the fastest growing product portfolio platform for outcome-focused teams to strategize, prioritize, plan and deliver products that drive business results. With Dragonboat, product teams can connect OKRs, customer insights, and product initiatives in one source of truth PPM platform. Sign up for a free trial or book a demo.

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Kenisha Liu

Kenisha Liu

Kenisha is the Marketing & Operations Coordinator at Dragonboat with a mission to empower responsive leaders and their teams to build better products faster. Prior to joining Dragonboat, Kenisha finished her undergraduate degree at UCLA in 2020, where she studied History and Cognitive Science. She was also a CSCAA All-American and Program Record-Holder on the UCLA swim team.
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