What are some critical decisions and causes of product failures?

When your strategy is too heavily biased towards:

  • Adding new features over new features over new features.
  • Ignoring technical debt.
  • Not addressing fixes in the core functional area of the product purpose.

Learn how to assess what really adds value otherwise this is how your customer will experience it:

What to do instead:

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NOTE: Views are my own, based on my observations and experiences. I believe in productive discourse and welcome opportunities to refine my understanding through discussion. Comment in the comments area below or reach out on hi@andremuscat.com

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