Switching careers is hard. Learn if that is something you want to do, where and how to get started and hear stories from others who have made the transition into product management.

Becoming a Product Manager without technical background : Alessandro Mannino

Alessandro finished Product School NY back in November and just started his new job as an Associate Product Manager at BeenVerified. He didn't come from the technical background, as he studied Business and Entrepreneurship in university and worked in Sales and Marketing for 1.5 years before transitioning to product management. What was his secret sauce

The 2016 list of online & offline resources to become a product manager

It is hard to become a product manager. Due to the fact that product management is a multifaceted role, it is in no ways a specialization career. We wanted to create a comprehensive list of resources where aspiring product managers could go and find the solution that fits their needs. So here it is, in no particular order.

3 myths about becoming a product manager

The road to becoming a product manager comes with a lot of challenges, work, and even more satisfaction for those who are successful. You must be aware that it is not an easy endeavor. We're here to help.

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Product management, one of the hottest career paths in tech, is in high demand here in Silicon Valley. Landing a product management job however, is the tricky part. It is always a challenge learning how to get into product management and how to conquer the tricky interviews. This is what we do here at Product

How to become a product manager

Product management is one of the most important roles in fast growing and established tech organizations right now. However, becoming a product manager is no easy task. 

What Does A Product Manager Do?

Strategic Work: PMs lead the strategic side of a product from the development to deployment. They collaborate with leaders in business from sales to marketing to operations to development. Tactical / Execution Work: PMs facilitate the product life cycle from inception to release and they analyze the results to measure success. Meetings: PMs delegate work,

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