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Negotiate the Problem, Not the Solutions

The Product Coalition

Product leadership seems to require nonstop negotiation with everyone you work with. You have limited resources on one hand and major decisions to make on the other. But are you negotiating the right things? It’s easy to debate solutions, but it’s hardly effective. To generate agreement when people disagree you must dive deeper. Here’s how. Photo by Zdeněk Macháček on Unsplash I’m sure many of you read the negotiation guidebook Never Split the Difference.

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How can you use your Anger to be Innovative

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Our lives are all about the actions that we take. An inaction is also a form of action. To take any action, we have to spend energy. For example, my mental energy was invested in thinking about the content of this post. And physical energy got invested in the time I spent sitting and typing this article. And in this post, I want to talk about the fundamental form of energy that we all possesses "Our Anger" Anger is energy in an undiluted form.

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Product Management in Early vs. Established Products

The Product Coalition

Thirty traits of product managers at different stages of product maturity Continue reading on Product Coalition »

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What if All Users Were Anonymous?

Amplitude

What would happen to digital analytics if all users had to be anonymous? How would this differ for marketing and product analytics?

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10 Rules for Managing Apache Cassandra

It’s no surprise that Apache Cassandra has emerged as a popular choice for organizations of all sizes seeking a powerful solution to manage their data at a scale—but with great power comes great responsibility. Due to the inherent complexity of distributed databases, this white paper will uncover the 10 rules you’ll want to know when managing Apache Cassandra.