Product Manifesto Values
- Solving Problems over implementing solutions
- Outcome Orientation over defining features
- Hypotheses Validation instead of following opinions
- Empathizing with End-Users instead of presuming their needs
Product Manifesto Principles
- Generating value is the ultimate measure of success.
- Establishing clarity on what value means and what doesn’t is key to success.
- Never start evaluating solutions until you understand the problem.
- Set one priority at a time and say no to whatever distracts you from that.
- Embrace learning by finding fast ways of validating assumptions.
- Leadership trusts the product teams to do the right thing. Therefore, product teams are empowered to make decisions.
- Don’t keep useless features in the product; remove what doesn’t add value.
- Set a due day for backlog items, continuously adapt to what you’ve learned. Remove items when the due date is reached.
- Strive for alignment with stakeholders instead of trying to please them.
- Learn how to differentiate needs from wants.
- End-users feedback matters more than stakeholders’ opinions.
- Define what leads to success, and create ways of measuring it daily.
Agile manifesto is long gone! We need a product manifesto! — David Pereira
Una respuesta al Agile Manifesto, pero poniendo el foco en el producto. Y tiene sentido.