Coming up with features for your product can be pretty easy. Deciding what priority to tackle these items is not always so easy. Here are some methods you can use to figure out which features to build first.
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Development not going as planned? Your product isn't being used like you envisioned? As a product manager, what can you do when seemingly everything goes wrong.
Features are big picture ideas. Developers need more concrete steps to build. The user story is the way for a product manager to break down the big picture into smaller chunks.
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A product roadmap will help you take a vision into an actionable plan. How do you create a roadmap that is aligned with your vision while also meeting your stakeholders needs?