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Here’s a great overview of the mighty Product Manager and what it actually means to be a Product Manager. I wish I knew this way earlier in my career. Absolutely fantastic post, examples, explanations and detail that answers most of the questions I’ve ever had
1- Focus on the Wildly Important
2- Act on the Lead Measures
3- Keep a compelling Scorecard
4- Create a Cadence of Accountability
To achieve a goal you’ve never achieved before, you have to do things you’ve never done before.
Great teams know at every moment whether or not they are winning. They must know, otherwise, they don’t know what they have to do to win the game!
Add a required comment box before people can cancel your product.
My friend, Ruben Gamez was interviewed recently and mentioned this tip that I told him. One of your greatest sources of qualitative feedback is when people cancel, so make sure you ask people why they are canceling before they can actually cancel. The responses will help you discover what problems people have with your product which will lead to improvements you can make.
1. The need for Clarity
2. The need To Be Heard and Understood
3. The need To Be Seen
4. The need To Be Approved of or Accepted
5. The need To Belong To
6. The need To Feel Important or Know That You Matter
7. The need To Feel Appreciated or Respected
8. The need To Be Cared For