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Effective Ways to Learn Product Sense

A Thought Leader Guest Post from Jackie Bavaro of Medium:

How to Learn Product Sense

Product Sense (also called Product Intuition or Product Judgement) is the ability to understand what makes a product great.  Effective Ways to Learn Product Sense

It’s the ability to hone in on the important problems a product solves and come up with ideas to make it even better.

While the name sounds like you’re either born with it or you’re not, Product Sense is just a skill… and like any skill it can get better with practice. Intuition is just the fast thinking that comes from lots of practice and experience. Remember when you learned to type and you had to think carefully about each key you pressed? The same way typing became intuitive, product sense can become intuitive.

Great product sense looks like:

  • Deeply understanding the goals of a product, both for the business and the customer.
  • Constantly evaluating how well the product is serving those goals, and what elements contribute or detract.
  • Finding opportunities to better serve the goals. Often by...

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Thanks for this Guest Post and its graphics to Jackie Bavaro, Co-Author of Cracking the PM Interview, of Medium.

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels.

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