About teammates creating the scope of a startup product.

  • Totally ignore the issue.
  1. Because when the team starts doing this sort of question themselves without your help, they know their planning sessions will take less time and effort and they will be proud of bringing up the real issues of the product.
  2. Also, by asking those questions, you will get the chance to even discover they know more than you thought you knew in the first place.

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