🛠 When to kill a feature

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When should you kill a product?

Arguably, killing a product is one of the most challenging aspects of leadership.

Even after features or products are deemed to have little to no value, teams keep them around for ages instead of responsibly removing them.

Part of the solution to this requires switching from a “What do we lose?” perspective to one of “What do we gain?”.

This article by the team at Reforge dives into:

  • 8 reasons to “unship”

  • Why it’s hard to unship

  • Problems that can arise if you avoid unshipping

  • How to successfully unship a product

📌 You can read this article here.

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(P.S. Every time you add something, you take something away)