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Flashback Friday: Best Articles in Product Management This Week (Nov 7-11)

What's the best of Product Management this week? We handpicked the most shared articles from around the web.

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Designing Your Way to Better Team Collaboration by Alison Coward

By Martin Eriksson

As the founder of Bracket Creative, Alison Coward spends her working life advising creative teams on how they can collaborate better. She’s an experienced facilitator of workshops, so at this year’s London #mtpcon she shared some practical ways to get teams to work together more productively.

Change or die: what big business can learn from start-ups about internal innovation

By Brant Cooper

What’s the single key advantage that start-ups consistently hold over big businesses? One which allows them to move faster, and change course quicker than large corporations?

A Product Manager Communication Survival Guide

By Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré

The burden of communicating among teams, in between departments, and being the go-to get-it-done-guy/gal for CEOs and managers — it all tends to fall heavily on the Product Manager’s shoulders…

Product Backlog Tips

By Roman Pichler

10 practical tips to help you work with your product backlog effectively and prevent it from becoming too big and complex.

Product Management 2.0: A Growth Story

By Alex Davis

After 4 years of doing growth hacking, I recently made the switch to full-time product management by joining both the Firefox Sync and Accounts teams. As a reminder, growth is a combination of…

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