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Working in complex environments or complex products are what all Product Managers do. Product Managers at a very high-level manage risks and work to mitigate them. Even seemingly small products can be risky and/or complex. Additional challenges are experienced when the scale is larger or the underlying architecture is large. Working in complex environments can be challenging.  Working on complex products in complex...
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...
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...
We started ProductManagerJobs.net because we have been in the jobs market for years.  We've been Product Managers, Product Owners and have had dozens of product interviews collectively.  We know what it's like to be on the side of people a job seeker. We also know that a Product Manager, we want to be useful, productive and know that our contribution is going to have an impact, wide or small. We want a Product role that will...
Managing a product team is not like in a traditional hierarchy. Product teams especially in larger organizations are matrix organizations.  Even in small companies we typically see matrix organizations where 'Product' (with a capital 'p') is separate from Marketing, Development, QA and the business stakeholders. This presents a unique challenge to Product Managers because each of the people in your squad, scrum team, agile team are...