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The Most Successful Product Managers Here is a list of the most successful Product Managers. 1. Marissa Mayer Marissa Meyer got her start as an early employee at Google.  She was instrumental in creating the first few Google products and later on way to create business processes and systems that allowed Google to compete for talent and find the exceptional people to join their cause. 2. Jeff Bezos Jeff Bezos has incubated...
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...