Find the opportunities in your market's problems. Focus teaches you to use market data to identify and present the right product strategies. You’ll discover an objective way to score and compare different opportunities to build strategic product plans, as well as how to successfully and credibly sell these plans internally.
Attend Focus and learn how to:
Identify the right strategies.
Pinpoint opportunities where your company’s strengths intersect with what the market values.
Build business plans that identify an urgent, pervasive problem people are willing to pay to solve.
Implement a consistent approach to product planning.
Learn an objective scoring method and acquire a comprehensive tool set that can be used across product lines.
Share the product vision.
Articulate how individual opportunities fit with the company’s strategic direction. Use roadmaps and other tools to tailor your message to different audiences.
Who Should Attend
Anyone responsible for product direction and strategy. (If you’re responsible for—or contribute to—business plans or product roadmaps, we’re especially looking at you.)
Key Deliverables Covered
Business plans and roadmaps.
|Focus covers the activities within the Pragmatic Framework focused on using market data to identify the right strategies. Explore content related to these activities below.|
|Asset Assessment||Distribution Strategy||Product Portfolio|
|Business Plan||Innovation||Product Profitability|
|Buy, Build, or Partner||Market Definition||Product Roadmap|
Public Training$1,195 USD
$1,495 for courses in the UK
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The Foundations and Launch courses were complete game changers. They had a profound impact not only on how I take products to market but my approach to Product Management per se.
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