Releases, Roadmaps and Visions | On Product Management
Saeed Khan writes, A roadmap is a planned future, laid out in broad strokes — i.e. planned or proposed product releases, listing high level functionality or release themes, laid out in rough timeframes — usually the target calendar or fiscal quarter — for a period usually extending for 2 or 3 significant feature releases into the future. For startups or companies in fast moving and growing markets, those 2-3 releases might only cover the next 12 months of time. For other more mature companies in less dynamic markets, those releases might cover several years. via Releases, Roadmaps and Visions | On Product Management. Good post and a good articulation of the differences between release, roadmap, and vision. For my take on roadmaps, see my article on Product Roadmaps.
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