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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jul 09, 2009
Value-driven product management is a repeatable process based on industry best practices that uses subjective and objective criteria to deliver successful products. This paper explains how assessment, alignment, achievability, accessibility, agility and accountability, the six key concepts of value-driven product management, can be applied to create a repeatable process for developing successful products.
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