Exploring Observing Stakeholders

by Ada Epistatu

This course will teach you how to best work with your stakeholders by extracting relevant product input through observation, co-design, and diary study methods.

What you'll learn

Stakeholders should not only benefit from your work, but you can actually have an awesome collaboration with them and together develop better product versions. Involving your stakeholders in the product development process can become your path to success. In this course, Exploring Observing Stakeholders, you’ll discover an awesome toolkit that gives you all the necessary methods: observation, co-design and diary study to collect relevant input.

First, you will explore the stakeholder types in order to identify the success elements. Next, you will get familiar with the toolkit to study your stakeholders and their input. Finally, you will learn how to apply the mentioned toolkit in order to align a quality and quantity analysis on an actual situation.

When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge needed to bring to market an enhanced version of your product.

Course FAQ

Why is it important to involve stakeholders in the product development process?

Involving your stakeholders in the product development process can become your path to success by extracting relevant product input through observation, co-design, and diary study methods.

Who is this course for?

This course is ideal for product development professionals and those following the Exploring Stakeholder Needs Path.

What will I learn in this course?

Some of the major topics that we will cover include: discovering the toolkit that gives you all the necessary methods, such as observation, codesign, and diary study to collect relevant input; building a dedicated process flow for each of the methods; applying those processes in order to gather data and align quantitative and qualitative evidences.

What prerequisites do I need?

Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with product development lifecycle and data analysis.

About the author

Ada started her IT career as a PL/SQL developer for a large engineering company. She transitioned to a hands on Technical Consultancy role on Oracle Fusion Middleware and Enterprise Architecture for a Big 4. Followed by 5 years as an Entrepreneur. Since 2019 she has rejoined the corporate world. She has experience leading projects, analyzing challenges, and designing technical solutions. Always in pursuit of new knowledge and loves to share breakthroughs with those around her. Ada looks forward ... more

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