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Product Management: the Con

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The confidence element is the thing that hooks the mark and makes a good score possible,while at the same time it reduces the possibility of trouble resulting from the swindle. ProductManagers need to have the confidence of customers and internal product investors. I'm sureI'm not the only one, who after evangelizing a product for two days at a user conference orbudgeting & roadmapping session, might begin to wonder who they really were.The tip is a game for con men who are also gamblers, fo...
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Successful Product Management Teams

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It's fun to say, "Product Management Teams should be ranked by producing successful products -Themore successful the product, the higher ranked the team." In reality, there's more to the success of aproduct than the Product Management Team. So how do you rank the Product Management Team?Maybe more importantly, "How do you nurture and grow your team?"I've identified eight elements that all successful Product Management teams have in common. It's thework of every team member to ensure the existenc...
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The Product Manager vs. The Artist

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I find that sometimes the artist and craftsman in me tries to manafest itself in my product managementactivities. It comes out in the form of various attitudes. One attitude that seams to surface regularly isa deeply instilled obligation to do new work. I feel obligated to create stuff that people have never seenbefore.For one thing, in execution, this standard requires constant exploration and reinvention, but also a certainamount of ignorance for what's considered right and proper. There's a b...
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Critical Thinking: Analytical Capability

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It's today's hot topic and 'must-have' skill to manage, organize and analyze the flood of market, product,and organizational information ... make better product decisions ... and become more strategic. Wishyou could analysis the flood of information coming into the product management team and drawaccurate conclusions from all the market evidence gathered? Eliminate uncertainty when making high-stakes decisions? Develop better product strategies?Ok then, first thing to do is improve your Product ...
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I've blogged in the past about the Seven Pillars of Product Management and indicated that theactivities of each of the pillars are asynchronous. We tend to think of the Seven Pillars as if they were aframework of process flowing from left to right, which isn't correct. The Seven Pillars are asynchronousactivities working concurrently. Each Pillar consumes and produces stock piles of product managementassets such as the problem statement or market requirement. The Seven Pillars are adapted to man...
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