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Communicating with Jargons

Product managers and product owners have their own PATOIS, dialect, Lingo, parlance. Communication is messy, complicated, and hard, but it's never optional. Failure to communicate effectively can have dire consequences.

A product manager is the essential li...

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People don't need to know the intimate details of the technology behind a new feature or update. When you need to convey a complex idea, break it down into small, digestible steps.

If you can explain the puzzle pieces, then show how they fit together, you're communicating,...

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Measuring Product Managers Performance

Unlike sales and marketing, who are responsible for very clear, measurable, deliverables (new/retained customers and leads respectively), product managers can’t be measured this way.

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