Product operations is about incentivizing glue work

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What is core work that should be incentivized for product operations?

In this article I make the case that “glue” work is exactly that.

However, it is not doing what product people consider a waste of their time.

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Chaotic good product manager, Head of Product Operations @ Cognizant

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Chaotic good product manager, Head of Product Operations @ Cognizant

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