I’m writing about one hundred things I’ve learned as a product manager.
Business networking used to hold about as much appeal for me as speed-dating with alligators. It was only later that I came to tolerate it, even enjoy it, but only after I learned to think about it differently. If the prospect of a room of people at an event fills you with dread, read on, this may help.
or: What makes a good product manager?
After my slightly frivolous post last time, I wanted to follow up with a more practical article intended for people wanting to hire a product manager and, by the same token, those of you wanting to step into that role.
Now that I’ve started up a product management consultancy, I’ve found myself having to explain a bit more often what a product manager actually is. There are, of course, eminently more articulate and relevant descriptions available of what being a product manager means. But as it’s a Monday and we’re all in need of more frivolity in our lives, I’ve concluded that product managers would make excellent dinner guests. Here’s why:
Join me at General Assembly London on Thursday, February 21, 2013 from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm for a workshop on Building a Minimum Viable Product (MVP). You can sign up at http://productmanagement1.eventbrite.com/.