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Types of roadmaps and how to create them

There are a lot of initiatives, ideas and tools that try to let you create the ultimate roadmap: some single communication form that shows it all. We believe this is unrealistic and the presentation of the actual communicated roadmap should ...

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The Value Bucket Model

The Value Bucket Model (VBM) finds its origin in the same train of thought as WSJF and RICE. It divides value with effort and ranks according to the highest outcome. The goal is to objectively value your initiatives. It is ...

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3 step program to prioritize on value

The more and more people and organizations we talk to about aligning their teams, we come to understand setting your own prioritization value model can be a daunting task. Or be perceived as one. Understand what is needed to get ...

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What is value?

As we work with our own model, we feel confident and comfortable prioritizing work based on the value we expect it to deliver. This is not an exact science but if gives the right direction. And the more we use ...

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Get the most value out of your portfolio

Check out our infographic on how to align your strategy with the actual implementation to maximise value and be able to adjust.

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Objectively prioritise your backlog

In our previous post we argued that as a Product Owner there is no need to say no to your stakeholders. You can let them say it themselves by creating a transparent set of rules. We like to call this ...

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No need to say no

People don’t like to say no. We generally like to please others and one of the reasons someone becomes a Product Owner (or Product Manager) is to be helpful to others. For them this urge is even stronger. It is ...

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