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Build a great roadmap for your product that satisfies stakeholder/customer expectations and links to strategy

There’s a lot of discussion in product circles about roadmaps with some claiming they are no longer useful. We believe that creating a great roadmap is one of the most important things a product manager does; it is also one of the most difficult. With so many possible investments and such a wide variety of stakeholders, it’s easy for product managers to get lost in the process.

Imagine learning to use a highly flexible, step-by-step approach to create killer roadmaps every time. Stakeholders like engineering, leadership, and sales are aligned and ready to help you deliver strategic value to the market. You present the roadmap to a variety of stakeholders with enthusiasm and confidence.


In this course, we’ll explore the strategic aspects of roadmapping while also diving into the operational activities that make a roadmap coherent, compelling, and actionable.

  • What is a roadmap?

  • Defining Product Success

  • Managing and Aligning Stakeholders

  • Creating a Draft Product Roadmap

  • Capturing Product Roadmap Business Context

  • Balancing Roadmap Investments

  • Managing Conflict Around Roadmap Priorities

  • Presenting a Product Roadmap

  • October 4th, 2023, Wednesday
  • 09:00 am (CET) Amsterdam,Berlin
  • Product Managers
  • Product Owners
$499 + Applicable Taxes
Earlybird is available untill May 31st
$399 + Applicable Taxes

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About the Instructor

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Greg Prickril

QualifiedONE Product Management Practice Lead

In a 20-year career shipping software at IBM, Microsoft and SAP, Greg Prickril, a strategic product management consultant, coach and trainer, and co -founder Greg has worked with many global enterprise companies to increase the strategic impact of their product management function.


Product-led Business Models for Leadership

This workshop describes the mechanics and value of the product-led approach to leadership and top management versus project-oriented, custom development work. This workshop is highly interactive and designed to help leaders assess the value of products to their business and the key opportunities and challenges associated with this transition.

  • C-level Executives
  • Senior Management
Learning Objectives
  • Demonstrate commercial value of product-led approach
  • Discuss challenges of transition to a product company
  • Have participants evaluate the potential value of product to their companies
Duration / Delivery
  • 4 - 6 hours
  • Online /  Onsite - Live

Product Management Essentials

This course provides an end-to-end perspective on the role of product management in technology companies. It provides a dynamic learning expiring by combining video and live lectures with interactive discussions and team exercises.

  • Product Managers
Learning Objectives
  • Describe the strategic elements of building product businesses
  • Explore operational models for product discovery and delivery
  • Define a reference model for engagement with other disciplines
Duration / Delivery
  • 2 days (7 hours each)
  • Online / Onsite -Live

Product Development for Tech Professionals

This course describes a canonical tech product lifecycle highlighting the key roles involved. This course prepares multidisciplinary team to work effectively together in the context of developing digital products.

  • Other product professionals from engineering, marketing, sales
  • Product managers
  • Potential product managers
Learning Objectives
  • Define a reference model for modern product development
  • Explore key product disciplines, their roles in product development and the engagement model between them, highlighting the central role of product management
  • Describe how product development differs from project-oriented or custom development
  • Create interest in the role of product management
Duration / Delivery
  • 1 day (7 hours)
  • Online / Onsite - Live
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