Good Strategy, Bad Vision? Product Management Paradoxes — Part Iby@colivetree
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Good Strategy, Bad Vision? Product Management Paradoxes — Part I

by Carlos Oliveira6mMay 7th, 2020
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There is a recurrent thread going on in tech circles that contrasts the philosophical approach of companies that have adopted the lean startup practice of rapid customer development cycles, and pivoting with your learnings. This contrasts companies that are thesis-driven, have a big mission and are relentless in pursuing it, using examples of product visionaries like Jobs, Gates and Musk. This one, I’ll use to structure how a Product Manager should think about that future, build out his product vision in material terms, turn it into a product strategy.

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