Exploring Targeting Stakeholders
Creating roadmap alignment can be challenging. Designing for goals and using the appropriate insight methods can enable you to create a measurable difference. This course shows how to put the customer at the heart of planning and development.
What you'll learn
Every organization has deeply held beliefs about "how things are done around here". Creating roadmap alignment can be challenging with these ingrained orthodoxies.
In this course, Exploring Targeting Stakeholders, you’ll learn to use insights to galvanize opposing views in the organization, making a measurable difference.
- First, you’ll explore how to use primary research-created personas throughout a project lifecycle.
- Next, you’ll discover how to define and manage stakeholders, guiding them through prioritizing requirements.
- Finally, you’ll learn how to use Action Research to measure and improve your product.
Table of contents
- Creating a RACI with Your Stakeholders 6m
- The Value of Customer Goals and Habit Forming within a Backlog 2m
- How to Capture and Write Requirements 2m
- How to Score Your Backlog with Multiple Stakeholders 4m
- The Value vs. Feasibility Model 3m
- Prioritization and Roadmaps 4m
- Identifying Quick Wins 2m
- Creating Experience Briefs 5m
User personas are sets of characters based on real world observation, including tasks, skills, mental models and goals.
Segmentation presumes there is a relationship between various demographics and their purchasing behaviors, analyzying, customers, activities, interests and opinions.
Personas are used for features and requirements, functionality, prioritization and guiding user research. Where a segments are used for product development, media, and communication strategies.
This course is great for new project managers or those who need to break down ingrained orthodoxies in their organization.
Some of the major topics that will cover will include understanding the difference between segments and personas and how to use them, and how to manage your stakeholders by creating a RACI capturing and organizing requirements with a prioritization methodology.
Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with managing requirements and how they're used in the design and development process.