Straddling the line between robust feature sets and realistic timeframes for delivery? You’re not alone. According to our 17th Annual Product Management & Marketing Survey, 39% of respondents missed launch dates and 30% had to drop important features from new releases.
Build teaches you how to use market facts to prioritize requirements and user stories and plan your releases. You’ll learn how to provide an understanding of who your users are and what they’re trying to accomplish, so product and development teams create truly remarkable products.
*Foundations is a prerequisite for this course.
Attend Build and learn how to:
Improve handoffs between departments.
Clarify lines so that product management can focus on what needs to be built and development can focus on how to build it.
Build targeted solutions.
Use market context—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.
Who Should Attend
Anyone who writes, prioritizes, consumes or dreams about requirements and user stories.
Key Deliverables Covered
Prioritized project lists and requirements/user stories.
Common Public Bundles
Foundations + Focus + Build
Foundations + Focus + Build + Price
Public Training$1,195 USD
$1,495 for courses in the UK
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