A mission statement is a simple statement that outlines the company’s purpose, values, and goals as it exists today.
The payback period is the length of time it takes for a new feature to generate the amount of money it costs to develop.
As the words suggest, Now, Next, Later is a simple roadmap tool that can help teams understand the priority of their work.
A project timeline is a visual representation of the tasks, milestones, and deliverables involved in developing and delivering a product.
A workback schedule involves creating a timeline in reverse, starting with the project completion date and working your way back through.
A decision tree looks like a tree where the trunk is the main problem you are trying to solve or the choice you are going to make.
Escalation of commitment is a pattern of continuing to commit to the same strategy despite seeing evidence that the strategy isn’t working.
Lead time in product management is the amount of time it takes to deliver a product or feature to the customer.
Understanding the order of magnitude is a key skill in product management so that you know where to prioritize development efforts.
Strategic plans can take many forms, but their common goal is to provide a north star, inspiring your team and intriguing investors
6 9s is the delivery of availability at a rate of 99.9999 percent, which is the equivalent of no more than 31.5 seconds of unavailability.