In the past, the supervisor will tell you the scope of responsibility that has been drawn and the suggested work model. But here, my supervisor hopes that I can take the initiative to tell him when I want to start and in what form, and even the division of labor, he is willing to let me propose a proposal, because he thinks that I know myself best, and I am the best Know where I can excel and contribute the most. In this year's observation, I found that this environment is not only for product managers, but every designer and engineer here is given sufficient space to play and is expected to take the initiative to propose ideas. Of course, free and independent power also comes with responsibility, and every member needs to have the ability to communicate externally and represent the team.
Problems with the system? Engineers can color correction services communicate debug with external teams themselves without PM; design conflicts? Designers do not need to use PM to find stakeholders to discuss and reach consensus; do you need someone to Demo or share the team results of the previous season? Any member has the qualifications and ability to share on the stage, even my Product Director said, if it is a team member to share, even better! Diverse viewpoints are the team's most valuable asset As mentioned in the first point, the supervisor wanted me to focus on adapting to the environment during the month I joined.
so I spent almost all of my time learning about the company's internal tools, reading past data reports, listening to various meetings, asking questions everywhere, Talking 1–1 with different partners and so on, so haven't started planning any features yet, and haven't led any sprints. But in a supervisor 1–1 conversation a few weeks later, he told me that the team felt that I was contributing and that I was happy to have me on board (I was surprised because I didn’t think I had done anything yet), and he went on to say, It's because I asked a lot of good questions and pointed out a lot of things they didn't think about or accidentally forgot.