The pricing subject can causes no small amount of distress. What do you charge? What does your competition charge? What are customers willing to pay?
The key is to deliver value to your customer, at the price he or she is happy to pay, not constrain them to your price list—the lowest common denominator.
Time spent achieving a zero-mail inbox can be better spent elsewhere.
Does that mean keeping an unmanaged inbox, and using Search as your organizer? Where is the balance point? How much email should be kept: all, some, none? A short discussion on email organization and the pros/cons of not managing it.
In general, most people and organizations understand what a project manager’s role is. However the product manager’s role can vary wildly from one organization, from one industry, to the next. The role also varies by size of an organization.
JT shares his perspective, in a format suitable for use during casual discussion.