by Saeed Khan
I want to run a little experiment.
As Product Managers, often what we SHOULD be doing and what we ACTUALLY do are quite different.
This can be caused by:
- the “the tyranny of the urgent” – being pulled into tasks to address immediate needs at the expense of longer term objectives,
- or (unfortunately) being “gap-filler” – doing what needs to be done because no one else will or can do those things.
I want to get your input on this topic. Please fill out the form below. I will collect and organize the results and share in an upcoming blog post with all of you.
Please answer the following….
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Thanks. As mentioned above, I’ll summarize the results in a future post.
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About the Author
Saeed Khan is a founder and Managing Editor of On Product Management, and has worked for the last 20 years in high-technology companies building and managing market leading products. He also speaks regularly at events on the topic of product management and product leadership. You can contact him via Twitter @saeedwkhan or via the Contact Us page on this blog.