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Knowing what's changed recently in your Opportunity Solution Tree or KPI tree can be a pain. Not anymore.
See firsthand how you can segment the opportunity solution space by customer(s).
Quickly finding your work in an Opportunity Solution Tree or KPI Tree.
KPI Trees that work with your OKRs, not against them. A recent change to Vistaly improves how KPI Trees can be modeled in your workspaces.
Knowing the 'status' of any work helps improve planning, coordination, and communication. This post explores changes to statuses in Vistaly and how the new experience simplifies the usage of statuses while maximizing planning, coordination, and communication.
Key Results, KPIs, and KPI Trees. What's the difference and when to reach for one over the other.
10 quick tips to improve your teams customer discovery process.
Use KPI Trees to get have better metric-driven conversations and get tactical
Navigate to a specific Objective, Key Result, or Opportunity to see delivery and discovery work in one place.
An in-depth look at Ben Williams' (VP of Product @ Snyk) approach to Strategy & Mission and how you can use some great advice to level up your Vistaly board.
Getting into a deep flow state is essential to get some of your best work done. So what would it look like for an organization to enter a state of strategic "flow state"?
KPI Trees are great visual models for breaking down more significant North Star styles metrics into smaller ones that can lead more than they lag.
Are you using outcome-based roadmaps? Discovery isn't a requirement to use them, but it should be.
Most of our time innovation is spent in solution discovery (or it should be). Why is the differentiation important?
Vistaly's Matt O'Connell and Launch Awesome's Steve Klein discuss the topic of roadmaps and how product strategy, outcomes, and discovery play their part in creating them.
How can you maximize the value of your discovery work using OSTs?
We've made it easier to surface risk your team may see before it becomes a problem. With little effort, teams can elevate risk, share important updates, and celebrate wins with the entire team.
Every product team wants to build something great, but not every team will. Having a product strategy increases the odds of success.
Looking to develop and deploy a product strategy or product discovery process? Take a look at Vistaly's behind the scenes take on why and how we want to change the way teams approach product strategy and discovery.
Do your teams work towards achieving a set of goals or key results? Do you regularly ask 'how things are going?' How can you take that information and provide a better snapshot of progress?
How does your team assess and select opportunities to pursue?
Is there a tax that we pay when starting a new project or begin solving a new problem?
A look at 5 product principles that help teams better solve problems.