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How to Generate More Product Manager Interviews Part 2

How to Generate More Product Manager Interviews Part 2

May 15, 2018

So, you are doing everything we taught you in the first article, but now you are not seeing as many positions come up. What do you do? How do we solve this challenge? The truth is there is nothing we can do to create more openings in the market than there already is. What we can do is develop more funnels to generate more interviews from the companies already hiring or are considering bringing on new Product Managers to their team.

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Gazeify Product Review by Grubhub Product Manager

Gazeify Product Review by Grubhub Product Manager

May 08, 2018

This product review is part of Product Gym’s blog series for practicing Product Managers to share their thoughts on recently launched, or beta software products. The goal of this series is to expose Product Gym students, and professionals looking to transition into product, to how a Product Manager thinks when they evaluate software products.

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Fourth Round Interview Questions

Fourth Round Interview Questions

April 05, 2018

Fourth or last round calls are usually with the CEOs, presidents or business strategy/visionaries.

For a startup, the product manager and hiring manager is likely the CEO. Companies that don’t have a product department have the founders as the products.

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How to break down PM interview case study questions

How to break down PM interview case study questions

April 03, 2018

Product management is situational and contextual. No product development lifecycle is going to be seamlessly executed every single time for every single product. Similarly, during the interview process, don’t expect that the same answer you give to the same question will be correct. These answers change based on who is asking and the questions you are asking - specifically, for case study based questions. This article assumes that you have a basic grasp of product management 101 concepts already.

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How to Apply at Scale for Product Managers

How to Apply at Scale for Product Managers

March 29, 2018

What many people do is try to apply to one position at a time and they try to customize their cover letter and and resume.

This is not the right strategy because when you're trying to do that, you're spending too much time on one application application that recruiters  may or may not even read - unless that you have background that actually matches one-to-one with the job description,  the company and the industry. If not it's likely that your resume and your application won't even make it to the first page of their recruiting software.

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The Top Product Management Interview Questions

The Top Product Management Interview Questions

March 27, 2018

Product Management is a relatively new industry that doesn’t have established definition as software itself is relatively new. Especially Business and Consumer facing software for individuals that do not come from a engineering background. Thus the questions that come up are going to be broad facing, with no defined, textbook answer.

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Product Management Second Round Interview Questions

Product Management Second Round Interview Questions

March 22, 2018

Second round calls are usually with the director of product management, who are the hiring managers and likely your boss.


Here are the areas to focus on...

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Product Management Interview Questions and Prep, Part 2

Product Management Interview Questions and Prep, Part 2

March 20, 2018

This blog series is for product managers who are in the recruiting and hiring cycle, working with recruitment agencies, working with product management recruiters and anyone looking to hone the interview skills needed for product management.

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PITCHING AND BRANDING YOURSELF AS A PRODUCT MANAGER

PITCHING AND BRANDING YOURSELF AS A PRODUCT MANAGER

March 14, 2018

“I have x years of experience in product management, I started at {company}, where I was doing {something related to product management}, I left because of {this reason}”. The point that you are trying to communicate, is that you have a story in how you transitioned into Product Management. To tell this story, you must build the framework of your story first.

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