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The Way of Thinking That Separates the Good Product Managers From the Great

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Originally published on www.Ben-Staples.com

Anyone can make a list of potential feature improvements, prioritize between them, and throw them in some fancy roadmap software. Product Managers ARE NOT TICKET MAKERS.

Not just anyone can have the soft skills required to be a great Product Manager. Product…

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Ben Staples

Ben Staples

Ben Staples has over 7 years of product management and PMM eCommerce experience from at Nordstrom, Trunk Club, and Vistaprint . Currently based in Chicago IL

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