Product Management use cases
In this article
You'll learn about the most common use cases
Let's take a look at four different features sets and how they are used
1. The AI assistant 🤖
The AI assistant can help Product Managers draft PRDs, brainstorm ideas, conduct research, and much more.
2. The Jira integration ⚡️
You are working on an important initiative together with your team. There's a document for the initiative which you've used to detail what needs to happen, get feedback from team members, and share progress with stakeholders. But now you need to manually transfer the content of the document over to Jira in the form of epics, stories, and tasks. Together with all the details the engineers need for context. Tedious work at best, time-consuming, and error-prone at worst. And once the tickets have been created, the document you used to rely upon for sharing progress is no longer the source of truth.
It does not have to be like this. If the scenario is familiar to you, you will love the integration between Delibr and Jira which you can learn more about here.
3. The Opportunity Solution Trees 🌴
Creating an Opportunity Solution tree is a great way of organizing and prioritizing user problems and feature ideas. The tool/technique lets you create a tree of documents that are related to a particular outcome. Every document on the tree can be tagged with meta-data such as document type, priority, or which team is working on it.
By creating an Opportunity Solution Tree, Product Managers can more easily identify the problem and its root cause, generate insights and ideas, and validate solutions. This helps product teams to focus their efforts, save time, and develop effective solutions. Additionally, the Opportunity Solution Tree is a visual tool that makes the process of problem-solving easier to understand, implement, and communicate.
Learn how Opportunity Solution Trees work in Delibr here.
4. The tables, kanban boards, and roadmaps 🎯
Tables, boards, and roadmaps are different types of collection views in Delibr. They can be used for several different use cases, including:
4.1. Prioritizing Product Ideas: With the roadmap feature, product managers can easily prioritize product ideas based on their level of importance and urgency. This makes it easier for them to identify what needs to be developed and when and how it will fit into the overall product roadmap.
4.2. Tracking Milestones: The table or kanban board features allows product managers to track milestones and progress more easily. This can be useful for staying on top of deadlines and ensuring that the team is meeting its goals.
4.3. Identifying Issues: By visualizing the documents in a roadmap, table, or kanban board, product managers can quickly identify any potential issues with their product development. This can help them to make faster decisions and keep their project on track.
4.4. Communicating Progress: Finally, the document tool allows product managers to easily communicate progress to stakeholders and other stakeholders of their projects. This can be useful for helping stakeholders understand what is going on and how the product is progressing.
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