🎾 On 10 Best Articles On Product Development I’ve Read In 2022, 10 Best Videos On Product Development I’ve Watched In 2022 & 10 Quotes On Product Development I Tattooed On My Body
Say goodbye to 2022 with some of the best stuff I've read & watched this year!
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It's a look back at the year's best articles, videos, and quotes.
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📚 10 Best Articles On Product Development I’ve Read In 2022
👀 10 Best Videos On Product Development I’ve Watched In 2022
✍️ 10 Quotes On Product Development I Tattooed On My Body In 2022
“It’s crucially important to understand: all parts of the product do not have equal value. Designers and programmers have a tendency to make everything they work on as good as possible. Once you go beyond a baseline standard of quality, this tendency can lead you to over-deliver on features that don’t matter at the expense of more important features.”
“Embrace the uniqueness of the product manager role. Don’t try to be a designer, a developer, or a business analyst—and don’t confuse the skills needed to excel at those roles with the skills needed to excel at product management.”
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