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Recently came across a series of tweets by Noah Weiss on what Product Management is and isn't. We at ProductManagerJobs.com find this fascinating and we'd like to comment on examine former product manager's perspectives on what we call the art and science of product management. Noah has an impressive CV: he's now at Slack , but has been a former Product Manager at Google.  So Noah knows a thing or two about managing product...
I was on HackerNews one day and found that someone started an information site where people self-disclose their salaries as a product manager.  It's open to everyone and I'm using this data to write about just how much do people make a Product Managers. This has always intrigued me because product management is not a ubiquitous profession and the compensation greatly depends on the industry and the product rather than the profession...
Product manager jobs -- what are they, why are they important? You may be like me, a Product Manager with experience for a several years or you're new, every product manager wants to learn more, learn from other product managers given all our experiences are different.  As we often say on ProductManagerJobs.net, no two product managers are alike just like no two snowflakes.  (Yes, YOU are a snowflake.) We are no longer...
We don't all have the luxury of being in a small startup or a large company where we get to start brand new products straight from ideation. In fact, most of us here at ProductManagerJobs.net , have been in Product Manager roles were 90% of the time it's managing an existing product where someone else handed off. Or sometimes there wasn't someone in that role or that role was filled by someone else. The fact is, and if you haven't come...
What is Customer Care?  In this article explore how the singular focus on the customer, delighting your clients is the seed from which massive success springs. Everyone has heard of customer service.  If you've ever went to return something, you're asked to go to the "Customer Service" counter.  They are usually called that. If you've ever been to the customer service counter, you'd realize fairly quickly that it's...
I can't remember exactly how I came across Carol Dweck's  easily accessible and straight to the point book , but her singular focus on this one mindset, help me get out of a rut in my business and also in my personal life.  Here I share my personal experience and what she espouses as the one mindset for success. We live in world of contradictions.  We all inherently know this -- like my dog is both obedient and lazy at...
Product managers are inherently multi-taskers having to do the technical work and manage all the business affairs.  Here’s some simple steps to help increase creativity for busy Product Managers.   1. Walk Walking is likely the best form of exercise simply because it isn’t really exercise.  Our bodies are made and designed to walk forward, to keep at it one step at a time. One can argue that...