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This Week’s Question:

What is something product manager often overlook?” – Reddit User


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β€œBrilliant thinking is rare, but courage is in even shorter supply than genius.”  – Zero to One, Book by Blake Masters and Peter Thiel

Fostering Strong Internal Relationships in Product Management - Team collaboration and communication for successful product development.
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Unique Thing Most Product Managers Overlook:

One unique aspect that product managers might sometimes overlook is the importance of fostering strong internal relationships and collaboration within their organization. While product managers typically focus on customer needs, market research, and product development, building strong connections with cross-functional teams and stakeholders internally can greatly contribute to the success of a product.

By actively nurturing relationships with colleagues in engineering, design, marketing, sales, and other departments, product managers can gain valuable insights, gather diverse perspectives, and foster a sense of shared ownership. This collaboration can lead to smoother communication, better alignment of goals and priorities, and ultimately, more effective product development and delivery.

Engaging in regular check-ins, seeking feedback, and involving team members early in the decision-making process can help ensure that the product manager benefits from the expertise and knowledge of others. By acknowledging the importance of internal relationships and collaboration, product managers can harness the collective intelligence of their organization and increase the likelihood of building successful and impactful products.

Stay tuned for more insights in the next edition of “Ship It To Production.”

Until then, keep shipping remarkable products!

Happy innovating, Anthony Ludwig

Editor, Ship It To Production!


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