Throughout time, and in almost all locations throughout the world, tribes have prospered, evolved, thrived and vanished.
Webster’s defines a tribe as “a social group comprising numerous families, clans or generations together, or a group of persons having a common character, occupation or interest.”
The Product Management Tribe is a diverse nation of backgrounds, experiences, locales, knowledge levels, challenges and accomplishments. This year through the use of social media and blogs hosted by many of you, the tribe has survived and thrived in difficult times.
This blog was created to bring the tribes of product management and product marketing together and to use its elders to foster leadership, its story tellers to share knowledge and create tradition, and for all of us to apply what we learn.
I look forward to learning from you, and sharing some insights from my journey in product management. I welcome your comments, collaboration and willingness to share your “tribal” knowledge. It’s my goal to bring the tribe closer as we build a community where our “numerous families and clans” will thrive.
I’ll promise to be open, opinionated, and brutally honest and mix my experiences and the experiences of others. I don’t claim to know everything about the tribe of product management, just to be a proud member of the community.
Let the TRIBAL DANCING BEGIN…