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Looking back over 2015 on this blog, I see quite a lot of meaty content! The topics have been hardcore product management-related. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading it as much as I’ve enjoyed sharing it.

Summarizing (with links to the key posts), we went deep on:

I even put a product management maturity quiz out there, just for fun.

I have lots more thoughts to share in 2016. Tomorrow I’ll share some ideas on how I’m going to run things in 2016 so that more of my thoughts make it out into the blog and into the world. (The key word is “systems.”)

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