What's it like to be a Product Manager?
A Product Manager is responsible for the guidance and development of a product, usually within an organisational setting. They are also responsible for leading the cross-functional team that is tasked with developing the product.
Product Managers usually take on the role of the “voice of the customer” throughout the development cycle. They champion features and changes that research, strategic analysis and user testing show would meet customer needs.
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How to become a Product Manager
- A qualification in a related discipline may be an advantage, such as IT, computer science, marketing, or business.
- Complete a product management short course or certification to build practical, relevant skills.
- Find meetups, conferences and mixers to attend to network with people interested in meeting product management professionals, which may present you with opportunities for employment or professional development.
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