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Old 05-28-2009, 10:03 AM
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Post Successful Product Management. Lucky or Intentional?

Is your product successful because you were lucky, or because you were methodical and intentional?
Do you want to build a plan where you are dependent on good fortune, or do you want to make your own “luck?” Both approaches work, but only one makes sense as an intention. Slide 3 of your presentation to a venture capitalist should not say "And then we get lucky!"

Read the full article by Scott Sehlhorst on successful product management here: http://www.executivebrief.com/articl...or-intentional.
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