🎾 Top PRD Templates, Powerful Stakeholder Maps, Task Landscapes & the Never-Ending Debate About Role Overlap
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This is Sunday 1-1-2-3 with George.
Welcome to the 70th edition.
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Today we have:
The Ultimate Collection of PRD Templates
How to Build a Quick and Powerful Stakeholder Map
Task Landscape Exercise
Role Overlap Between Product & Engineering: The Nuance
Desirability, Viability, Feasibility in Delivery
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📚 The Ultimate Collection of PRD Templates
This post saved me this week:
The Figma PRD template remains my favorite, though (and now we know more about how Figma builds products):
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👀 How to Build a Quick and Powerful Stakeholder Map
Great video from Anthony Murphy.
Working at a large corporate, I have learned that this sort of mapping is super-critical to getting stuff done across the org.
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