Product Usage Metrics - Practical Lessons from the Trenches
How do I motivate my developers when I cannot show them the financial value of the features they build?
How do I prioritize which production defect to fix first?
How do I choose the right solution for the customer when I have multiple solutions to solve the problem?
How do I decide which feature to enhance first, using real data instead of personal intuition?
If any of these questions keep you awake at night, this session is for you.
In this interactive session, I will share practical lessons from great product development teams. You can hear from me about how simply creating an intentional product usage metric strategy can help in avoiding many conflicts.
Outline/Structure of the Experience Report
- Introduction - 2 min
- Case - 1: Quick Story - How product usage metrics solved prioritization problems - 3 min
- Case - 2: Quick Story - How product usage metrics helped motivate developers - 3 min
- Case - 3: Quick Story - How product usage metrics helped in choosing right solution - 3 min
- Summary - 2 min
- Q&A - 7 min
After the talk, as a participant,
- I will be able to understand feature usages which will help me prioritize bugs
- I will able to identify unused (or used very less) features and remove those to improve the application performance
- I will be able to experiment with different solutions.
Prerequisites for Attendees
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If you say yes to any of the above questions, this session is for you.
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- How you can demonstrate the above concepts to your team, in your office, by using an open-source code repo?