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The Product Manager Getting Started Guide

Tags : software product manager, product software, software products, product development, product management software, product manager careers, product life cycle management, product marketing manager, product manager, product management, software
Industry : IT Products, IT Services
Functional Area : Project Management
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Here we will cover how to get started as a new software product manager by learning how to perform a personal gap analysis to ensure that we have the right skills for the job. Here we will defines several key terms such as ownership and leadership, the tools a successful product manager needs and recommended training for bolstering an evolving skill set.

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Sanjay Chaudhary  |  Argues in support of  "Product Management"  |  4 years ago
project management is a critical sub-set of product management what can you project manage when there is no outcome (i.e. product / service)
BEENA AGARWAL  |  Argues in support of  "Project Mangement"  |  5 years ago
The responsibility of the project manager is also got prime importance.Right from feasibility of the project,fund aquirement,distribution of fund,procurement of raw material,to check up market and market demand,supply and depatch to the consumer...
BEENA AGARWAL  |  Argues in support of  "Product Management"  |  5 years ago
The question is not comparison between these two managements as both of them has got equal importance.Production manger has got full responsibilities of the quality and quantitative data of the product.As 100% quality of the product will only...
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When I was working in Raymond's limited i use to give top priority to process management.. What i believe is for a successful product to make the process has to be in line and well verse to the requirement of the product specification..i think maturity comes with experience and my experience say that flexibility should be there in the process..Todays world is highly competitive and getting customer for your product is not very easy..again getting order in bulk is a distant dream.so the concept should not be here of mass production rather than it should of batch production. But i not saying that ignore product management, Because todays customer require every day a new product if you cannot ...
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Arun Raj  |  Commented  |  4 years ago
Interesting. But I would say Process Management comes above Product & Product Management. If you agree with on the view that an organization will be successful if it is Process-Focused, then every task, product or project that the organization...
 
 
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If you want to be a bad product manager, confuse product management with project management . The words are so close because the two concepts are so similar. Product managers should manage projects since they need to ensure that the projects get done. They re both management roles (right?) so the skills and experience are virtually the same. Project managers just get in the way and try to take control of the project away from the product manager.
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Vijay Kumar Agarwal  |  Commented  |  5 years ago
It is interesting. But I always thought that project management was much more than product (it included human aspects as well). Or are we thinking robot-like?
Bellala Gopinatha Rao  |  Commented  |  5 years ago
In delivarables (as per ISO) services, project is also a product.
 
 
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I recently finished a series of articles on being a Great Product Manager. I want to switch gears a bit and spend some time talking about the function of Product Management in software companies. As we know, product managers and product management are not isolated to software companies, but the role of product management in software companies is different from the role of product (or brand) management in other domains, such as the financial sector or Consumer Packaged Goods ( CPG ) firms. For example: How many new features does a release of a new shampoo have? How much time does the brand manager spend with the chemists working on that new shampoo formulation during the release cycle ? How ...
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Most software companies, and technology companies in general, don't understand product management. The result is wasted time, money and creativity. But the companies that know how to harness the talents of skilled product managers reap big rewards, namely successful products, higher revenues, motivated employees and, last but not least, smiling CEOs. Is it easy to get your product-management act together? The answer is no, but Steve Johnson can tell us how to do it. Johnson is an instructor at Pragmatic Marketing, a product-marketing training company in Scottsdale, Ariz., and also webmaster of productmarketing.com, a Web site housing a compendium of free information for technology product ma...
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