Producers often find themselves the nexus of information on their teams. From managing day to day tasks to developing multi-year roadmaps, production is called upon to provide context, input, and guidance to help make the best decision possible across a variety of development situations. Even at the junior level, producers begin to be exposed to product-wide goals and strategic plans, needing to understand the larger scope and context of the work in order to set their teams up for success. But this privilege of information, when managed poorly, can lead to tension between producers and their teams. By learning to determine what can be shared, when is the right time to share it, and how it could be communicated, producers can help manage information on their teams in a positive and productive way.