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Write document ‘A’ Copy most of its contents into template ‘B’ Rework same content into slideshow ‘C’ Copy slide images into document ‘D’ PDF and circulate an executive summary of document ‘D’ for feedback from EVERYONE IN THE COMPANY File documents A-D in a folder no-one will ever inspect again
If so, read on…
Continue reading Posted in Development, Launch, Product Lifecycle | Tagged benefits, business case, commission, communication, competitive, discounting, elevator pitch, financial, Launch, licensing, objections, performance, Pricing, review | I’m writing about 100 things I’ve learned as a product manager.
One of the easiest ways to spot a product manager in the wild is to look for the slightly frazzled person with the longest to-do list and a determined look in their eye.
Continue reading I’m writing about one hundred things I’ve learned as a product manager.
Sometimes the role of product management can be a little overwhelming. There’s often so much to do that you can feel at a loss for where to begin. But did you know that ancient Greek philosophers contended with the same problem?
Continue reading I’m writing about 100 things I’ve learned as a product manager.
Don’t make things any more complicated than they need to be. Keep it simple.
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