How to prioritize feature building on your startup

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The scenario is all too familiar for product managers: there’s a million feature requests and ideas for development and just as many stakeholders with conflicting agendas about which should be prioritized. The solution – objectively determining what’s most important – isn’t always so easy to achieve. For startups, the wrong call during product development doesn’t just waste valuable company resources, it puts the entire product (and, by default, the company), in jeopardy. There’s a reason they call it a product roadmap: it guides the future of the entire company. For this reason, prioritization of development makes or breaks a startup’s…

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