Agile product roadmaps describe key stepping stones toward major objectives but also provide regular checkpoints against measurable goals and opportunities for tactical reprioritization. James Siddle explains how living product roadmaps help you deal with reality without compromising your architecture vision, particularly when the benefits are not easy to measure.
You’ll learn Agile roadmapping techniques, drawn from real-world case studies at the UK Home Office and major retailer Marks and Spencer, as James walks you through the concrete steps for building a roadmap and provides guidance on the role that roadmaps play in engaging with stakeholders for business case development, objective setting and assessment, and ongoing tactical prioritization.
James Siddle is principal consultant at his London-based firm Skyhook Consulting, where he describes his role as half product manager, half software engineer, with a sprinkling of data scientist. James blogs on The Variable Tree and contributes to Boing Boing. He also spends a lot of time climbing rocks.
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