Cycle glossary

Product terminology simply explained

Product Operating Model

A product operating model refers to the framework and processes that a company uses to develop and manage its products. It encompasses the strategies, structures, and systems that guide product development, prioritization, and delivery. Think of it as the blueprint for how a product organization operates. For example, a product operating model might include practices such as agile development, cross-functional teams, and iterative release cycles. It helps ensure that everyone in the company is aligned on how products are built and released, enabling efficient and effective product management.

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