AngelList “corporate policy” is that team members should ask forgiveness, not permission. We would rather have someone do something wrong than ask permission to do it. Or better, we would rather ha…
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An in-depth overview of 20 product prioritization techniques and a periodic table to make sense of them all.
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In this talk at The Next Web conference Des Traynor shares his thoughts on how product strategy can help small teams have an outsize impact.
Throughout my many years as a Product Manager, and through many conversations with fellow Product Managers, I’ve come to notice certain patterns of dysfunction emerge within companies that make everyone’s job harder. Many of these dysfunctions exist due to cultural patterns within the company, and