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Being A Product Manager

Being A Product Manager

Pushing a new feature or changing a product is a huge balancing act for the product manager.

Having the team trust you to speak on their behalf is rule number one. 

Always know the current status and context: You should always know where key people in the company stand on what’s important and why. You should also know what’s going on with the competition.


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