BY ALTON ZENON III, Published on May 11, 2020, on BuiltInLa.com
For product managers, corralling numerous departments and stakeholders into synchronization while working through a product roadmap can be a challenge.
Each party involved has its own goals, and implementing a change from one department can affect all others involved. In order to balance roadmap updates and prevent delays and frustrations, PMs must schedule regular cross-departmental communication.
The end of a product roadmap can’t be realized without communication. Teams at TigerConnect reach company-wide, unanimous agreements on how to best see a roadmap through. Getting buy-in from multiple departments is a practice VP of Product Phil Leung said helps generate insights that positively affect a project’s production.
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