How do roadmaps fit into continuous delivery?

Whether it's a bug fix, new feature, or new interface design, the earlier and more frequently you release software updates to end users, the quicker you get feedback on how useful they really are. Although continuous delivery requires a major shift in mindset, it can deliver value faster and more frequently than typical Agile or waterfall release schedules, writes Heather McCloskey. Here, she explores "what continuous delivery means to you as a product manager and how to adapt your roadmapping process to best work in a continuous delivery environment."
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