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The Product Vision is a clear, concise statement—a quick summary—that describes how your product supports enterprise or your companies' objectives. It’s an easy-to-remember ‘elevator pitch’ that you and everyone on the team can use to communicate with those unfamiliar with your product.   While helping you communicate with the uninitiated is useful,...
Product managers are inherently multi-taskers having to do the technical work and manage all the business affairs.  Here’s some simple steps to help increase creativity for busy Product Managers.   1. Walk Walking is likely the best form of exercise simply because it isn’t really exercise.  Our bodies are made and designed to walk forward, to keep at it one step at a time. One can argue that...