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Just like many professions, companies looking to hire Product professionals often seek to hire people with prior experience. Of course, from a jobseeker’s perspective, one can argue that it’s hard to get prior experience without first getting hired. Landing a job in Product Management can be a bit like a chicken or egg situation, and how can someone seeking a career in Product Management actually break in? First, let’s talk about what a Product Manager actually does. A Product Manager is responsible for identifying the customer’s needs and the business objectives that a particular product will fulfill. It’s part knowledge, part creativity, and strong leadership thrown into the mix. This means lots of highly qualified people may also be interested in the position. If you’ve made it this far, chances are you’re really thinking about jump-starting your career in Product Management. Middleton Executive’s Jade Bennett caught up with seasoned product leader and Founder of Paul Napper Web Designs, Paul Napper, on a recent episode of her podcast: The Product Edge. Here’s some of what he had to say about landing a job in Product. Jade: What do you think makes a great Product Manager? Paul: I think it’s someone who can distill a lot of information from multiple areas. You need to also have a lot of empathy for the
By Georgia Hart. Technology has made the world such a small place. If COVID has taught us anything in tech, it’s that work CAN be done from anywhere in the world – as long as you have the right tech tools for the job. But with so many options to choose from, where to start?!