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Product Release Planning: Methods, Tools and Applications
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Software products are often used for two decades or more. Several researchers have shown the cost of maintenance and sustainment ranges between and 80 percent of the total lifecycle cost with a median estimate near 70 percent. Sometimes executives have asked, Why does software sustainment cost so much? This blog turns the question around to ask, Can we get better value from our continuing software investment? Of course, the answer is affirmative. We can examine changes in mission objectives, technology and environment to see how to position our product for the best use and value just as we do with other products.
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Elements of a product release map
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The foundation of a successful project is a well-laid plan. According to a report published by PMI, the most common factor in project failure was a lack of clearly defined goals , so for product managers, nailing the planning stage is crucial. But too often, product managers and their teams get bogged down in clunky software, time-consuming meetings, and disparate data collections, resulting in miscommunication, wasted time, and inefficient resource allocation. At best, these ingredients create a recipe for frustration and headaches; at worst, product releases may come in over budget, over time, and underperformed. So how can product managers make release plans to set their team up for success? Lucidchart helps product managers create dynamic, practical agile release plans that keep everyone on the same page from start to launch.