[Product School] Decision-Making Frameworks for Product Managers

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The deck covers several prioritization methodologies (two-dimensional, three-dimensional and multi-dimensional) that can be used as-is if your situation calls for it, or, with some significant adaptations. In my experience, it is quite rare when a framework can be applied 100% to the situation. My recommendation is to use these frameworks as guidance (because none of them are going to be your panacea) to create something similar but more relevant, meaningful and impactful for your product team. Use your company's strategy and vision to create a prioritization formula/framework that reflects what is most important for the organization at this point in time.

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