If you want to become a product manager, I encourage you to treat your career just like you would a product. Start thinking (and acting!) like a product manager by continuously assessing, improving and measuring all of the different aspects of getting a job.
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I became a Product Manager almost 25 years ago when most companies didn’t even have that role. I knew I wanted to be in ‘product’ and ended up negotiating my way in, transitioning from a role in marketing. What did I do up until this time that set me up to eventually become a product manager?Continue reading “The secret tricks I used to get a job as a product manager”
Whether you’re just starting out or looking for a new role, there are 3 things you absolutely must do to get a job in product management. Getting a job in product management is hard enough as it is. Improve your chances at landing that dream job by doing the three things I’ve outlined below. 1.Continue reading “The 3 things you must do to get a job in product management”
You may be asking yourself, why bother with a cover letter? Maybe you’ve heard most companies don’t care. After all, most job postings include uploading a cover letter as optional. You might believe that since you’re applying online, you only need a resume. While the hiring manager might have indicated the cover letter is optional,Continue reading “Step-by-step tips for writing an attention-grabbing cover letter”
Learn how to get a higher number of first-round interviews for product management roles and how to succeed in those interviews.
Prepare yourself for the job interview before it happens so that you can nail it will confidence by reading the following books by these product management thought leaders.