Fri.Dec 01, 2017

False Equivalence

Herding Cats

False Equivalence is a logical fallacy where there appears to be a logical equivalence (usually in quantity and quality of evidence) between two opposing arguments, but when in fact there is one side has substantially higher quality and quantity of evidence. However, there is no equivalence between the two sides when one is supported by evidence, and the other side with little or no evidence, of which most is of low quality.

Some days things go to plan

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Many project managers work with me one-on-one because they would like to become better coaches. They don’t have aspirations to become an executive coach like myself, but would simply like to get better at coaching their team members.

What’s The Difference Between a Project Manager And a Product Manager?

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Project Manager vs Product Manager Project Manager and Product Manager are two different positions which often create confusion. However, they may overlap and a Project Management can also be a Product Management.

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