In this chapter, I have transcribed the Summing up sections of all chapters in order to create a quick reference guide on all topics discussed in this book.
I started the book by establishing some definitions, reviewing basic concepts like product and product management, and introducing new concepts like product head roles and responsibilities, team structure, career and Y career for product managers.
Here we saw my personal leadership principles:
We also saw what corporate culture is, a set of ways to solve problems and react to the situation shared by a group of people working together. Finally, we saw four values â€‹â€‹that are the core of the entire digital product development team. They make up the product culture, which is nothing more than the set of behaviors of the digital product development teams that produce the best results:
Here we saw the tools that I have used in my almost 30 years of leadership in product development leadership and that I have shared with other leaders so that they can use with their teams. The tools I will talk about include vision, strategy, goals, team structure, metrics, relationships and ceremonies.
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