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Product Management Show

TPMS 0020 Managing Trade-offs ft Rich Mironov

Product Management Show
Released on Feb 11, 2018

Originally released on Jan. 17, 2016 as Ready Product Radio episode 19, this episode features Rich Mironov, veteran of 3 decades of B2B product management, author of “The Art of Product Management...” and blogger at Mironov.com.  

Rich talks about the difference between managing products and managing product management, how to balance one-off requests against strategic roadmap items, and whether all of this data we now have is helping or hindering our product decisions.

Product Principle #6 is borrowed from Rich:

  • Real Trade-offs are Exclusive ORs (not ANDs) - Discourage Magical Thinking

Enjoy the show.

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Books Rich Recommended in the interview:

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