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All PM templates from my Google Drive are now free for everyone 🎁

The extended edition:

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(2/4) XLSX:

- RICE Framework
- ICE Framework
- Analyze opportunity to add value by customer
- Weighted Decision prioritization
- Value Curve Template…
(2/4) PPTX:

- Product Strategy Canvas
- Startup Canvas v1.0
- Value Proposition Template
- Risk Reward
- User Story Map
- Lean Canvas
- Business Model Canvas
- Customer Interview
- User Persona
- User Journey Map
- Porter's Five Forces
- Personal Growth Plan
- Stakeholders Map
- Now-next-later…Image
(3/4) PDF:

- Methodry_Resight_Tool.pdf
- Methodry Idea Canvas.pdf
- Emapthy Map.pdf
- [Strategyzer] Test Card.pdf
- [Strategyzer] Learning Card.pdf
- [Strategyzer] Business Model Canvas.pdf…
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But many a few know how to prioritize ideas with ease.

There are two popular ways of doing this.

Here's everything you need to know:

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Approach 1: Opportunity Score by Dan Olsen

When thinking about value for the customers, we’d like to understand:

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