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Why you need to know about different product manager types

BY Lilia Gorbachik on July 29, 2021

Have you ever heard a product management talk from another Universe? It’s when you realize that your product management world is in another universe from the speaker’s one. […] Read more »

From Product Manager to Product Executive by Jonathan Nightingale

BY Andres Phillips on November 26, 2019

Unfortunately, a crystal clear career path from product manager to product executive just doesn’t exist. So, if you are working towards becoming a product leader, you’ll quickly realize that your progression roadmap isn’t as well-defined as that of your engineering or sales counterpart. In this ProductTank Toronto talk, Jonathan Nightingale, Co-Founder of Raw Signal Group, […] Read more »

How do you Become a Product Manager?

BY Liam Smith on September 19, 2019

I’ve been building digital products for nearly a decade now. A few weeks ago, a friend messaged me for advice on becoming a product manager. We chatted on the phone and then I realised that I’m asked this question so often that it seemed a good idea to condense my thoughts into an article. So, […] Read more »

Product Management in Agencies and Startups : What's the Difference?

BY Yoav Farbey on November 20, 2014

The principles of product management are generally the same across the board: product managers are responsible for the successful delivery of product releases. But in every company the role of product management is slightly different, depending on the circumstances and culture of each enterprise. There are also clear differences in the product manager’s role when […] Read more »

Guest Post: Knowing You Are A Product Manager Makes All The Difference

BY EmmaHarris on August 18, 2011

Editor’s note: ‘Product Manager’ can be an ambiguous term in some companies, like ‘UX’ has been in recent times. A big part of what we’re trying to do at MindTheProduct is help companies understand the Product Manager and to identify this person formally within their teams. Almost always, at least one person is already doing […] Read more »