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Product Owners Need to Listen More and Talk Less

First, you should strive to understand, then to be understood.

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Communication is a vital skill for Product Owners, and yet it’s vastly misunderstood. One thing is talking to people, but understanding them is an entirely different one. Until you can ensure common understanding, confusion is awaiting you. From my experience, most of my…

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