The Product Management Interview Blog

Questions to Ask the Interviewee to Know if this is the Best Company for You to Be a Product Manager

There is a legitimate reason why you are looking for another position right now. It comes down to a lack of fulfillment you feel towards your current job. Job hunting can be exhausting enough, and if you are not careful, you just might end up in another toxic work environment or worse. You have to look out for yourself for your best interest since nobody else is going to do so for you.

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How to Solve a Product Manager Case Study in 4 Simple Steps

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, the same answer for similar questions will not always be correct. These answers change based on who is asking and context behind the questions they are asking – specifically, for the case study based questions. This article

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How to Answer the Most Frequently Asked Design Questions with TuneCore PM 2

In this section of the 3-part series of “How to Answer the Most Frequently Asked Design Questions with TuneCore Product Manager”, we will dive deep into some of the most common design-focused questions asked during the product manager interview. Rodhmir Labadie, one of our UX design instructors and a Product Manager at TuneCore will be leading this discussion with his answers and insights.

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How to Answer “What is Your Biggest Weakness?” Question in a Product Manager Interview

You have spent hours preparing for your elevator pitch, studying your resume, and coming up with interesting answers to some of the most commonly asked technical interview questions. Despite all this preparation, there is one question that you might have missed and can make a massive impact on how the interview is going. It’s time to nail down that question to save your upcoming interviews!

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How to Win the Fourth Round Questions in the Product Manager Interview

You passed the previous interviews, solved your case studies, and patiently navigated through all of the challenges that came along during the product manager interview process. Now, it’s the time for the final push. If you’ve made it to the final round before, but didn’t get the job , then read this post to understand what it takes to get the product manager offer. We have compiled the most common final round product manager interview questions along with some branding and interviewing tips.

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How to Get Feedback from a Recruiter

If you’ve interviewed before, chances are you may have had a chat with a recruiter. If not a recruiter, then someone else from the company that you applied for. Whichever may be the case, not getting the job can be demoralizing. However, don’t take it as a negative experience, but more as one with an ample amount of possibility for growth. You should always take the time and ask your recruiter, or whoever you’ve interviewed with: “Can I get some feedback on my interview?”

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How to Discuss Failure in an Interview

You managed to pass the screening process and get an interview at the company you want to work at. That’s great, but now the next step is preparing for the interview. How are you going to talk about your past product that failed? How are you going to explain that you managed a failed product and how can they trust that you won’t fail on your next one, either? It’s a tough question since failure has a negative connotation. But, there is an opportunity to turn this negative experience into something positive, depending on how you approach the subject.

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How to Win the Spotify Product Manager Interview

In Product Gym, we have encountered many people that have been either students or have been teachers at our courses that have dealt with noteworthy companies like Spotify.  The music streaming giant has been heavily pursued as a great place to work at by Product Managers and non-Product Managers alike.  However, when it comes to applying for a Product Manager position at Spotify, it becomes very hard to get in, as they are obviously selective with any position.  It’s therefore very important to gain any advantages you may have the opportunity to have.

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