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Lessons Learned on Leading Technical Product Organizations

I’ve had the privilege to work with some wonderful people. Here are a few lessons I’ve learned, specifically from working with and observing the impact of senior leaders and executives of technical product organizations. In truth, many of the challenges associated with leading a large group of people towards a shared set of goals are universal, and hopefully resonate with people outside of the software industry or even the business world.

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