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The Product Leader

The Product Leader

The job profile of a product leader is akin to a CEO of a company.

A product leader is ultimately responsible for the success and failure of a product, and by extension, the company itself. This raises the question of what makes a true product leader.

We find out the traits of a model product leader and the product team in this book.

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