For most of my career as a software developer, I have been a part of Agile teams, using methodologies like Scrum, Lean Startup, or Kanban.
The Product team usually has goals for keeping the product running, improving the products and moving towards the long term vision of the organization.
However, in order to improve the feedback loop that takes you from Idea to Prototype to a working Product is the Development process, but we hardly see this as a part of the KPI's for the product goals.
The product goals can be achieved & kept up with through a continually improving development process.
Why does seem that the product management usually doesn't explicitly include the development process (Ex. Team Work, Collaboration, Addressing technical debt) as a part of the product KPI's?
Disclaimer: This is a pattern that I have observed on reflection and is not specific to a particular organization and there are cases opposite to what I discuss here as well.