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As a Product Manager, you're responsible for delivering products & features that both delight customers & move the company closer to its top-line metrics. However, how do you know whether the individual features you ship each sprint or each quarter are successful?
- What do we mean by migrations?
*Not This: We need to update a library, users should expect no change
*This: We need to rebuild the product & move usage from the old product to the new product so we can retire the old tech stack
*Examples: Final Cut Pro, YouTube Studio (find others)
- Why do migrations happen?
*Usually technically driven (new architecture, new tech stack)
*Occasionally business driven (new product line is over taking an old product line)
- Keys to success:
*You are competing against the old version of the product; have a value proposition for how you'll be better (just like any product release)
*You must have cross-org buy in
*Execution is even more important
*You are going to have to deprecate things, realize that up front & choose them
*First impressions are lasting - make sure you introduce your new product in the right way
Meet the Speaker: James Dillard
James is a product professional with the ability to orchestrate teams across the entire organization towards a singular goal. Currently, he is a Product Leader at YouTube.
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