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Having a plan is not the same as having a product. Build teaches you to prioritize requirements and plan releases based on market facts. It shows how to provide an understanding of who the users are and what they’re trying to accomplish, so that product and development teams deliver products that win in the market.
Improve the handoff between departments. Clarify the lines so product management can focus on what needs to be built and development can focus on how to build it.
Build targeted solutions. Use context from the market—who you’re building for and what problems you’re solving—to create innovative products.
Prioritize based on impact. Focus on the products and features that will have the biggest impact in the market by ranking requirements objectively using market data.
Implement a universal approach. Use a consistent approach for all of your teams, regardless of location or methodology (Waterfall, Agile, hybrid, etc.).
Who is this course for? Individuals who write, prioritize, consume or dream about requirements and user stories.
What is the price? In the United States and Canada all individual public training courses are $1195. In the United Kingdom all individual public training courses are $1495. All prices include the certification exam. If you attend multiple courses during the same training event, you’ll receive a savings of more than 25 percent off the additional courses.
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