Feb. 27, 2024, 12:37 p.m. | /u/Direct-Touch469

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In summary and basically talks about how she was managing a high priority product at Spotify after 3 years at Spotify. She was the ONLY DATA SCIENTIST working on this project and with pushy stakeholders she was working 14-15 hour days. Frankly this would piss me the fuck off. How the hell does some shit like this even happen? How common is this? For a place like Spotify it sounds quite shocking. How do you manage a “pushy” stakeholder?

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