What does a Product Manager do?
Product managers are responsible for the strategy and blueprint of a product or product line. They're tasked with finding the why, what, and when of a product, and they communicate its business value to a product team in a clear, concise way to ensure the team understands the purpose behind the new product or release. They lead the product team and all aspects from the conception of the product to its launch.
Product managers oversee the development and improvement of products and understand the customer experience to create product prices and determine potential future requirements. They present market forecasts and implement the project’s profit and loss estimates. Often, they serve at the intersection between business technology and user experience. They examine the markets and customer demands alongside the competition to influence a product’s vision. They execute strategic and tactical roles within a company and pivot between different functions. They look after the product to achieve its business goals and to maximize the return on investment. Product managers need a bachelor's degree in business, management, or related fields.
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Product Manager Insights
“The overall team is strong and great to work with as a group and individually.”
“You get to work on products and projects that are mission critical and highly visible.”
“This is the most dedicated and driven team with which I've worked in my career.”
“I have some amazing product work on my plate and I know I am going to grow and thrive here”
“Great company to start your career and to explore your career path based on your strength and career aspirations”
“And I can clearly see how our current initiatives lead to a future growth and success.”
“Office oder direkt am Arbeitsplatz; man kann überall die Tendenz für innovative Verbesserungen erleben.”
“Good luck to you if your Chinese is not good enough to get the unspoken message.”
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Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of a product manager
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The most common qualifications to become a product manager is a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and an average of 0 - 1 of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.