Product managers have to say no—a lot! When there are more must-haves, great ideas, and defect fixes than can possibly be done, something’s gotta go. Follow these 5 tips to make it a lot easier to say no, and maybe even say yes more often.
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Before a product launch, you make countless, critical decisions, each of which can bring you closer to – or further from – market success. It's easy to get overwhelmed, so respond to the market signals that matter most.
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Product managers must constantly navigate the gap between planning for longer-term business strategy while planning for shorter-term sprints—without falling into the abyss between them. It's not easy!
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Getting agreement on your product plans can be an uphill, bloody battle. As a product manager, you’re likely more immersed in your product and have the closest thing to a 360-degree view than nearly anyone else in your company. You know your customers. You know the market and what’s needed to sell and support your product. You know what engineering can, wants, and needs to do to keep things running. But you need stakeholder buy in, and, sometimes, formal approval.