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We All Start Somewhere - Carving Your Career Path in Product Management, with Mamuna Oladipo, SVP Product, Design, & Engineering, Kickstarter
While there are a few product management degrees popping up in universities these days - which is great, by the way - generally speaking, none of us get a degree in product management and then start our careers in a product manager role straight out of university. We start from somewhere else… be it sales or marketing or engineering. Or we have a completely different path like this episode's guest, Mamuna Oladipo, SVP of Product Design & Engineering at Kickstarter.
We discuss how to move into product management from a “non-traditional” path and how to make the most of every role and opportunity along the way
Before you Build Great Products, Build You: The Product! A conversation with Vivek Bedi
Building Your Startup Without Being a Tech Whiz, with Tara Reed, CEO of Apps Without Code
Interview with Arlan Hamilton, author of It's About Damn Time: How To Turn Being Underestimated Into Your Greatest Advantage.
The Important Relationship Between Product Manager and Technology Lead, with Blair Winston, Director of Product & Strategy at Hilton
Product management is innately cross-functional. There are many key partners that help build and support products… product management, technology, sales, marketing, finance, supply chain, operations, and the list goes on.
One of the most important relationships a product manager has is with his or her technology lead. As a product manager, it is our job to uncover customer problems. It’s the job of our technology lead and team to help find creative solutions for those problems. The tech lead also helps by managing the rest of the team and setting the team up for success.
In this episode, we discuss the ever-important relationship between the product manager and the technology lead.
The Importance of Product Communities, with Clement Kao, Product Manager at Blend and Co-Founder of Product Manager HQ