5 min read Are you struggling to answer some of the most common Product Manager interview questions? In today’s article, we will be sharing a step-by-step guide to answer the question, “What is your Product Management Process?”
3 min read Now that the working conditions have changed dramatically, you have the advantage of working on your product manager job hunt during work hours. Read this article to make the best use of this precious time and maximize your chances of getting a brand-new job during one the greatest crisis of all times.
4 min read The nature of hiring in product management interviews is changing to overcome the current logistic limitations due to coronavirus. It is now very common to have interviews that were supposed to be onsite through video chat. Here are some tips and tricks to help you prepare for some unpredictable challenges of virtual interviewing.
4 min read 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.
4 min read 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.
2 min read There are many attributes to an interview that could differentiate a good experience from a bad one. Many people naturally feel apprehensive about the outcome of their interview, and that’s a given. However, following some guidelines during and after an interview can definitely help a person feel better about the overall experience. Such tips are discussed within this article.
< 1 min read 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.