Startup Roadmap Definition

How to prioritize your feature ideas and evaluate the cost of your next version
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4,058 students
Decide what product feature to build first
Build a product roadmap
Learn some useful tools and processes for product managers
Find out the most important metrics for product management
Get a step-by-step video process, plus worksheets and print-ready notes, so you can do the brainstorming exercise easily


  • You are in the planning stage of your product development
  • You are about to develop a new version of your existing product


Welcome to the Startup Roadmap Definition Course where you will learn how to prioritize your product or app features and build your roadmap, based on your desires, your customers' needs, and your budget for development. 

My name is Amaury Khelifi. And since I've created my very first startup in 2011, I've worked as a CTO consultant and startup mentor for over 70 startup projects as well as with incubators and accelerators. 

Before that, starting my career in 2002, I taught IT to large corporations and also worked for five years in electronic payments. 

Basically, I learned how to launch and manage projects at any company scale. 

I created this course because as a startup founder, you not only need to convince clients, but also incubators, accelerators and investors. Above all, you need to have a perfect understanding of your product roadmap and the technology behind it. 

To help you better define your product, I've created the Startup Technical Plan Template which has been shaped from a very practical approach and tested in different industries. 

By the end of this course, you will be able to fill in that template by establishing your product roadmap and its costs, including which innovative technologies are the best for you and when you should use them. 

You will get a step-by-step video process, plus worksheets and print-ready notes, so you can come back to the methodology at any time without having to go through the whole course again. 

Together, we will go through six sessions: 

  • What is a technical plan 
  • How to define and evaluate a feature cost 
  • Features prioritization 
  • Roadmap structuring 
  • Product global cost 
  • Technical plan presentation 

This course is perfect for any startup founder or entrepreneur, even without a strong technical background. It's especially a good fit if you are in the planning stages of your product development, or if you are about to develop a new version of your existing product or service. 

Feel free to take a look at the course preview and the curriculum. I'm looking forward to see you inside.

Who this course is for:

  • You are a non-technical founder or are short in tech skills but want to build a successful startup
  • You are thinking of creating a product and launching your startup

Course content

1 section11 lectures35m total length
  • Roadmap definition introduction
  • Product roadmap
  • Product baseline
  • Feature cost definition and evaluation
  • Features prioritization based on values - Part 1
  • Features prioritization based on values - Part 2
  • Features prioritization based on customer expectations
  • Product roadmap structuring
  • Product development global cost
  • The technical plan
  • Roadmap definition conclusion


Startup Technical Advisor and Senior CTO at
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Amaury KHELIFI has been working in the IT industry for 15 years and has dedicated himself in the last few years to helping tech startups. 

Having had the experience of launching his own startup and managing its ups and downs, Amaury has decided to impart his extensive entrepreneurial experience by evaluating the steps he did wrong and sharing how he should have done things differently.

So far, he has helped more than 70 startups avoid pitfalls and secure their IT management infrastructure while maintaining a focus on their core business. 

With a highly technical skill set, training experience and in-depth knowledge of the startup environment, Amaury meets exactly what founders and CTOs need at the early stages of their company's development. An entrepreneur at heart, he is always looking for opportunities to help people launch new ventures and make them grow.