Dear Strategy 130: How To Differentiate Between a Product Strategy and a Go-To-Market Plan
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we talk about the difference between a product strategy and a go-to-market plan, and why it’s important to have both of these key planning tools working together in harmony. Key Takeaways: A product strategy and a go-to-market plan are two distinctly different, yet very much coordinated planning tools. A go-to-market plan is a dynamic and continuous plan that exists throughout a product’s entire lifecycle and not just at product launch. Your product strategy should provide direction on your product’s over-arching business goals and initiatives, whereas your go-to-market plan should provide more specific details on your product’s target customers, value proposition, positioning, and marketing mix (product, price, promotion, and placement) roadmaps. Visit Our Blog to read the full post that goes along with this episode. Subscribe to Our Mailing List to stay up to date on all the latest episodes. If you’re interested in strategy training or coaching for your business, please visit us at Strategy Generation Company.