schrieb am 20. Jun 21, 07:56
I can't inform you how many times I've been dealing with clients who want to enter new markets by copying products which are already being sold.
If you intend to be a "me-too" product manager, you certainly can do this. However, if you really understand just how that product development definition should be achieved and want to be a breakthrough product manager who rules your market, then maybe you ought to take a lesson from the handgun manufacturer Glock...Handguns aren't new.
In reality they've existed for an extended time. Everyone knows more or less what they look like, what they do, and who makes them. The market is dominated by such big name firms as Smith & Wesson, Heckler & Koch, Sig Sauer, Beretta, and Steyr. You wouldn't believe that even the best product manager out there would stand a possibility of being able to introduce a new service into this crowded market.Apparently nobody told Gaston Glock this.
As described in a fresh book, Glock: The Rise of America's Gun, Gaston just happened to be in the proper place at the best time back in 1980 and overhead two Austrian colonels discussing the Austrian military's significance of new pistols. Gaston then did what worthwhile product manager would do, he went and talked with the customer.
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schrieb am 20. Jun 21, 07:39
Zufaellig bin ich auf eurem Portal gelandet und muss sagen, dass mir diese vom Design und den Informationen richtig gut gefaellt.
schrieb am 20. Jun 21, 06:20
Toll gemachte Homapage, das Layout gefaellt mir echt gut!
War sicher ne menge Arbeit.