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We Product Managers are versatile and should know almost every aspect of the job. The three quintessential aspects are that typical venn-diagram you see which consists of Engineering, Design and Business. Depending on where you background is, you might have different perspectives on these things but I find the number one thing that all great Product Managers need is universal. Let's start with a recent quote that I saw on Twitter by...
There's a lot of podcasts out there -- many for Product Managers and many added more day to day.  There's a lot of content out there including our own blog which we all hope that you find different, useful, refreshing or at least enlightening. One of the best ones that we keep going back to is This Week in Startups .  Of the guests that Jason Calanis has interviewed through his 800+ episodes is Chamath Palihapitiya.  The...
Here at ProductManagerJobs.com , we've worked as Product Managers, Product Owners, Product Leaders, UX designers, software engineers, developers in various capacities through our collective careers. We've been product managers, designers and entrepreneurs or other things.  We here at  productmanagerjobs.com  see all these things are interchangable depending on what problem you're trying to solve.  It's people that...
Recently Google published their multi-year long study of what makes good managers in their company. Their overwhelming conclusion: Good managers are still needed despite the rising fear of robotics and automation. While this study wasn't just about Product Managers, we also know that at Google there are more product managers than most small and medium sized companies -- heck they have more product managers than the entirety of small...