Product & Technology.

Creating a new product alongside technological innovations doesn’t
happen via a piecemeal approach. It requires strategic implementation via
innovative processes and the careful navigation of botched code
implementations into marketable success.

Are you equipped to talk the talk of your counterparts in other departments and
leverage insights to guide product and technological development?

Is What You’re Building Exceeding
Customer Expectations?

Consumers Demand A Lot From Each
New Deployment

The strategy you use to manage your teams and the agile systems you put in place will determine how quickly you can meet (and beat) these rising consumer expectations.

Leveraging Qualitative and Quantitative Data

The insights available today are a product and project managers best friend. Quantifying qualitative data empowers you and your team to start with the end in mind, which is critical as you build out agile systems around development, quality assurance and insight-centric data looping.

Developing a Strategic Roadmap

Pulling together a strategic roadmap with a clear picture for the end goal is one of the most powerful ways to gain team and organizational buy-in. Having this roadmap broken up in priorities and stages helps keep your team on course and showcases the impact their work has on the organization and customer.

Creating Verifiable Products

Ultimately, the end goal is (or should be) to build verifiable business impact models which help steer and focus on the levers which ultimately drive performance. With an emphasis on driving higher adoption, usage, and Lifetime Value (LTV) while decreasing friction and churn, you can create processes that keep your team productive.

Here’s the Curriculum Waiting For You…

180+ Booklet on Digital Transformation Included

  1. Meet the Modern Consumer:

    You can’t guide product development or manage projects without understanding who the end consumer is who will be using what your team is creating.

  2. Why Experience Initiatives Are a Must for Business Transformation:

    By uncovering the importance of experience initiatives and specifics of what they entail, you’re better able to drive projects to success.

  3. The StoryVesting™ Framework:

    Your product must tug on the emotional and logical triggers of the end consumer if it’s to be adopted and used. We’ll show you how to align your organization’s vision with the needs of your consumer base to drive your transformation efforts.

  4. Building Your Intelligent Foundation:

    Development and management starts with bringing the 3Ps — people, processes, and platforms — together to work in harmony. Uncover how to blend these three critical elements to set the foundation among your team.

  5. Listening With Empathy:

    How empathetic are you to your customer’s needs. We’ll teach you a new data-centric approach to listening to the end consumer and how to use the insights gathered from the exercise to steer product development.

  6. Data Looping & Mapping:

    Gathering and analyzing data for key insights isn’t optional — it’s required. Learn how to set up data loops and map data back to your projects as a means for driving your end goals.

  7. Innovation Looping & Mapping:

    Your team is full of innovative ideas. We’ll walk you through a hands-on exercise teaching you a fresh approach to gathering, vetting, and prioritizing these ideas.

  8. Journey Analytics:

    It’s critical that you understand how your team’s work impacts the end user. By gaining a deeper understanding of journey analytics, you can better steer your team and influence your organization’s success. Get exclusive access to our proprietary Customer Insights Map and learn how to leverage it in your management role.

  9. Intelligent Operations:

    We don’t have to tell you the importance of systematizing your operations. In this module, you’ll learn how to run a more intelligent operation by using data and insights to manage your team in a way that influences your organization’s upward trajectory on the S Curve of Growth.

  10. Operationalizing vs. Executing:

    Stop giving your team tasks to execute on. Deepen their impact, and ultimately your own, by operationalizing your role and the roles of those you manage.

  11. Building Business Transformation Into Your DNA:

    Gaining buy-in for transformational efforts is no easy feat. We’ll teach you how to build business transformation into your DNA and make it easier to get everyone on board with your new initiatives.

Ready to Skill Up Your Product & Tech Team?

We Have 3 Options to Help You Bring This to Your Organization

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Micro MasterClass

Book a 2-hour virtual session with a LevelNext Certified Architect/Trainer and discover actionable ways you can put yourself in the driver seat for business transformation.

Onsite Corporate Training

Get ready to work shoulder-to-shoulder with your colleagues, cover your walls with ideas, and access step-by-step instruction and exercises taught by master tacticians.