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Why not give candidates real use cases during recruitment?

Recruitment is hard. Doh! But why make it even harder for yourselves? Time and time again I see recruiters coming up with convoluted ways to "test" their candidates. Tests, assessments, business cases. And yet the "recruitment success" (in a wide definition of this term) is still pretty rare. But this post is not about the entire recruitment process, just a part of it - business cases.

We all own the product, but you are accountable

Welcome to a day in a product manager's life. Let's moan a bit. Here are you arriving in the office seven minutes late of your usual time. You catch a "look" from your over-eager junior colleague and get to 100+ messages that await you.