The Arrogance of Building a Perfect Product

Edwin Klesman
Nov 13, 2017 · 5 min read
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A Tale of Building The Perfect Product

The Few That Knew It All

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The Battlefields have Changed

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Arrogance meets Lazyness

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Don’t Hide Behind The Building

A False Shortcut

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Edwin Klesman

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Team lead @Detacom | cross-platform | mobiledev | apps | Azure | Xamarin | Saas | ♥family+movies+food | created www.washem.app | Owner www.eekayonline.com

ProductHood

Stories, insights, & ideas on Product Management

Edwin Klesman

Written by

Team lead @Detacom | cross-platform | mobiledev | apps | Azure | Xamarin | Saas | ♥family+movies+food | created www.washem.app | Owner www.eekayonline.com

ProductHood

Stories, insights, & ideas on Product Management

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