Successfully rank and prioritise projects in Product Management
One of the biggest challenges a Product Manager can face is how to cope with the fact that their company has too many projects consuming too few resources. Without formal prioritisation in place, as part of your approach to Product Management, then projects that could potentially generate revenue for the company are queued up behind projects with little chance of success.
In a scenario where too many projects pass the selection hurdle a Product Manager can find themselves in a situation where company resources are stretched too thin and the quality of product releases or the time it takes to release to the markt are negatively impacted.
Leadership teams cannot make go-no-go decisions without the actionable insights. Projects need to be ranked and characterised based on their strategic fit to the company, technical feasibility and market attractiveness.
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