Eventually, I stopped trying to be a product “leader” and instead did my best to make sure that the company’s goals were clear and transparent, and that these goals were well understood by as many people as possible. It
The Past and Future of Product Management
Matt LeMay

hah! the irony is that once you stopped trying to be a product leader…. you naturally became one by virtue of the activities you performed. Us/We leadership vs “Me” leadership.

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