In my prior blog, I shared that the Product Canvas is a tool anchoring a shared understanding of your product. Part 1 of the canvas provides contextual and strategic information. Part 2 summarizes the key compositional element of your product requirements using the 7 Product Dimensions.
Read more about how Product Canvas 2 can help you define your product’s core requirements.
In some cases, product managers or product owners (product people), along with their product development team and other stakeholders begin with Product Canvas Part 2.
If you want to learn more about the 7 Product Dimensions, structured conversations and more, join me on 3-4 April for the “Backlog Refinement Practitioner: Successful Agile Requirements Analysis” training class. See you in Stockholm!