Product ops is about creative destruction

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Do you feel like the number of processes you need to adhere to slow things down? Are there too many meetings you need to attend to get any work done?

An often forgotten part of product operations is about destroying processes and meetings that don’t make sense anymore.

Let me tell you how in my latest post with the Product-Led Alliance on “Product ops is creative destruction!

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Chaotic good product manager, Head of Product Operations @ Cognizant

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Chris Butler

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Chaotic good product manager, Head of Product Operations @ Cognizant

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