- Define the problem before solving it
- Decide go / no-go before buy vs. build
- Differentiate to avoid being a “me too”
- Reinforce your product-related communication
- Reconsider your Jack of All Trades strategy
- Consider all details of add-on features
- Lack of complaints does not equal success
- Adapt your product management practice
- Technology is not better if it does not add value
- Choose your strategic alliances carefully
- Take a cautious approach to problem-solving
- Measure the impact of product changes
- Deliver customer value, not product features
- Stop gathering requirements
- Delegate tactical responsibilities
- Be comfortable being uncomfortable
- Plan for the present and likely future
- Work effectively with sales
Monday, July 20, 2009
Product Management Checklist
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