I recently wrote about product managers for enterprise product. Now it’s time to write about product managers IN an enterprise.
Things are pretty different in large enterprises compared to fast and small start-ups. You need to be patient, accept a much higher grade of complexity, and do some other things, as explained in the article Product Management Career Resilience.
Everybody knows that complexity is expensive, yet complexity is often not considered well. Think about technical debt or product debt.
Here is an article about The One Cost Engineers and Product Managers Don’t Consider.
Decision fatigue is real: People can only make a certain amount of decisions. A good product is not necessarily the one providing most options in order to fulfil every need, but the one reducing complexity in order to make it easy to use.
It is has to build such a product, because there will always be someone complaining, but focus helps your users.