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How to Persuade a Product Manager

Have you ever tried to let a Product Manager know they are taking a product in the wrong direction? Sometimes it’s a poorly scoped feature; other times, the entire project doesn’t make sense anymore. What do you do if you find yourself in this position?

In my experience doing nothing, sadly, seems to be the most common response. On the surface, it seems the most logical option is to say to yourself “Keep…

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Adrian H. Raudaschl

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