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Awesome Product Reviews: a how-to in 3 steps

These presentations can be stressful and unpredictable even for seasoned Product Managers, but structured preparation goes a long way.

There’s nothing I look forward to and dread as much as a product review. It’s as much an opportunity for alignment, agreement, and a path forward, as it is a forum for being completely torn to shreds and sidetracked, and pretty much everything in between.

After nearly a decade of doing product reviews and preparing PMs on my team to lead them, there are a few steps you can take to have a positive…

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Eleanor Stribling

Eleanor Stribling

Product & people manager building better tech. Group PM @ Google, frmr TubeMogul (now Adobe), Microsoft, & Zendesk. MIT MBA. Writer. Also at eleanorstrib.com

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