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Keep It Simple, Stupid

Keep It Simple, Stupid

By Steve Johnson July 15, 2019

Someone recently asked: Why can’t people simply say that, effectively, a product manager is an internal specialist salesperson that markets their group’s product internally, and sometimes externally through relationship managers? Why not keep it simple, stupid?
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