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Product Prioritization Frameworks

Product prioritization frameworks are tools and methodologies used by product managers to decide which features or projects to prioritize in their product development roadmap. These frameworks help evaluate and rank ideas based on various criteria such as customer value, business impact, technical feasibility, and strategic alignment. They provide a structured approach to make data-driven decisions and ensure that the most important and valuable initiatives are pursued. Examples of popular frameworks include the MoSCoW method, Kano model, and the Eisenhower Matrix.

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