Taming your assumptions mammoth I

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Assumptions Refresher

  1. Strength of Assumption Management: The process by which you create and validate assumptions
  2. Strength of Execution: The practice of you bringing in tech, design and operations together to build, ship and track your assumptions.

Signals in the Product System

  1. Each PM has their own intrinsic signal vectors they’ve built over years of product practice and learning. Some PMs lean higher on direct customer signals, some rely too heavily on leadership direction, others rely on sales. Changes to intrinsic vectors are slow and need deliberate effort. This is a function of their past roles, product success or even natural inclination.
  2. Every product team has their own processes and culture that create an extrinsic signal vector. These are guided often by leadership, senior management or long standing individual contributors who have directly or indirectly shaped it.
The in-practice signal vector comes from your intrinsic as well as your team’s extrinsic vector

Part II Continued here

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