This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Product Management Rules of Thumb
One of the problems we product managers face is that there are lots of interesting technologies and product ideas, but not many that can be successful in the market. I like to use the [...]
This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Product Management Rules of ThumbYour Product Has a Job – It Better Do It
I just subscribed (again) to Mark Hurst’s “Good Experience” newsletter. He dropped me an email the other day asking how I’d heard about [...]
This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Product Management Rules of ThumbNew Products Improve Processes
Earlier I mentioned one of the rules of thumb I use as a product manager to help me assess whether a product idea is worth pursuing – what I call [...]
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DecisiveChip and Dan Heath hit another one out of the ballpark with Decisive, their guide to making better decisions through science - the science of understanding how our psychology handicaps us when it comes to decisions. With their simple WRAP methodology for improving your decision-making process, or that of your organization, your decisions will be much better.
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