This article is a summary of a YouTube video "Roadmap и delivery процессы в команде" by Young&&Yandex: управление проектами и продуктами
TLDR Creating a roadmap is crucial for effective project management and development, and it involves setting goals, prioritizing tasks, involving the development team, and adapting to changes and dependencies.
A roadmap is a document that visualizes the progress of work on a product, conveying ideas and tasks to the team and external customers, and is created by determining goals and strategies, customizing releases, prioritizing them, and maintaining and updating the document with the team, with the purpose of improving communication and providing a unified vision of the project.
Creating a roadmap is crucial for a team to effectively work towards project goals, considering stakeholders, deadlines, dependencies, and essential information, while adapting frameworks and prioritizing features for successful product development.
Set quantified goals and use roadmaps to understand timing and deadlines, while involving the development team and not underestimating deadlines.
Determine milestones for product releases by breaking down the process into basic steps and involving the development team in the assessment and design process to ensure joint work and progress on the product.
It is important to adapt tools and discuss potential risks with your team leader, as dependencies between teams can complicate the delivery process, and considering the complexity of the product and dependencies on other teams is crucial when determining the length of sprints.
The speaker emphasizes the importance of synchronizing with developers, choosing the appropriate sprint length, and focusing on business goals when working with a roadmap, while highlighting the flexible and customer-centric approach of Agile development.
Scrum is a development method with short-term goals, grooming is important for task prioritization and assessment, evaluating tasks and improving skills is crucial, and task assessment methods should be used by all departments.
Plan tasks, prioritize critical ones, allocate time for revisions and unexpected tasks; use transparent columns for communication and reporting in sprints; maintain regular communication and schedule; involve team members in demos and discussions; reflect on progress and continuously grow; be inquisitive, take responsibility, and adapt new tools.