The first and paramount responsibility of a product manager is the difficult task of building a shared understanding of the product strategy through listening, influencing, and repeating. While half of your time should be spent on the creation and management of the product strategy, another portion must be devoted to repeating it. State it to team members, and say it again to the CEO. This is how the product will benefit the organization. But what happens when you stop repeating and communicating the product vision and strategy? This is where the forgetting curve can set in. The Forgetting ...