How should we view the profession of product manager? In other words, if we Number List strip away the identity of the product manager, what experiences do we have in the process of growing up and apply to ourselves?
These experiences are not analytical models and methodological skills at work, but the condensed self-growth. Have we become better in the process of project experience?
Thinking from this perspective, I carefully examined myself and found that the product career in these years has indeed brought me a great change in cognition, which has become a 4-point imprint in my heart.
Therefore, this is a summary of the product people's career, and it is also an upgrade experience in life.
1. Continuous optimization can be better
Product iteration is the process of continuously splitting the path nodes based on the target premise and finally realizing it. This process is called "optimization", and it gets better through iteration.
This is my biggest feeling, nothing is done in one step, only slowly getting better. From the small steps of quick verification at the beginning, to the all-out effort at the end.