Three Reasons Why Product Managers Should NOT have authority over ANYONE

First: A real PM is very busy

Second: A real PM is always backed by data

Third: A real PM welcomes collaboration

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A curious, fast-learning product manager. This is my work diary, I write about the things I learn and experience.

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