Describes good and bad behaviours in each element of the product managers role. Create a clear vision of success in the product manager role.
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A good product manager constantly thinks about the happiness and efficiency of their team. They know that when a team feels unhappy with the product development process, they can’t make good products for customers, and they won’t enjoy their work. A good product manager will do formal retrospectives and gather informal feedback about projects, iterations and processes. The goal is to always be learning and making improvements.
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