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The Curse of the Know-It-All Product Manager

Letting go of technical opinions earns respect.

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You’re a product manager working on a highly advanced software or technology product. You have tons of experience, deep technical understanding, and can chart the best path forward for your development team — if only they would listen to you.

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Actionable, on-the-job insights from real teams for early and mid-career product managers.

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