Zillow PPM, Christian Bellofatto, takes us through his book of learnings from years of product management mistakes, and how to learn from them.Read More
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Tips and Free Resources to become a Great Product Manager
You want to experience leadership and connection. You want to own the Product and create something that puts a dent in the universe. We also like to call them visionaries: those who have an idea and lead it every step of the way towards completion.
For many people who start out as engineers, marketers, sales people or designers, Product Manager is a logical evolution in their careers. If you’ve thought about taking the leap, this post will break down exactly what you need to do.
Richard Mannion, McDonald's Product Manager, gives a talk for Product School on the importance of question the 'why' of your Product.Read More
Anand Lakshminarayan explains how to differentiate B2B Product Management from B2C, and deconstructs the myths around the word Enterprise.Read More
In a talk for Product School, Yana Yushkina explains how she effectively transitioned from Data Analyst to Product Manager and became Google's top PM.Read More
LeaseLock Senior Product Manager, Aman Agarwal, talks to the Product School Slack community about breaking into PropTech as a PM in this AMA.Read More
Ruben Lozano, Google Clous PM, illustrates what machine learning is, how it differs from artificial intelligence and how it is related to statistics.Read More
Keisha Johnson, Pluralsight PM, takes us through all the tools, tips, and tricks needed for effective and efficient Product R&D.Read More
MasterCard Director of PM, Gerlando Alletto, discusses what makes an International Product Manager and how to succeed in building global products.Read More
Expedia Director of PM, Wendy Gilbert, talks to Product School about influence and strategy including how to leverage both for effective product management.Read More
Lauren Peterson, Senior Product Manager at Nava, joined us for a Slack AMA session and talked about how to prioritize and the art of product management.Read More