Decision making · Product management · Reblog

Focus Is About Saying No

Another good piece from a product leader I enjoy. Here is a key quote: But just because they are good ideas, does that mean they should be pursued? Does the good idea fit? Is it consistent with your distinctive competence? Will it further the vision for your product/solution and enable market leadership? Or are they distractions, noise, rabbit trails that will cause you to deviate from your original purpose or goals?

Applied Product Management Leadership

As Product Management leaders, enhancement requests come at us from all directions. But are all requests equal?  And do customer requests supersede what is already on the roadmap? As your products become more mature and more complex, prioritization becomes more critical. Several coalescing experiences over the past week reminded me the answer isn’t always easy.

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