By Chijioke Michael Egbulefu Some weeks ago, ProductDive hosted Shreyas Doshi and one of the questions he answered was on time management for Product Managers. He said PMs had to find a way to stay away from unproductive meetings. He shared a system that works for him That discussion got me thinking: How do you even say NO
By Chijioke Michael Egbulefu In software companies, product managers need engineering more than engineering needs product managers. Engineers are perfectly happy to continue building product after product without you. Most product managers cannot write a line of code to save their lives and will need to have engineering on their side. So, if these are evidently clear,
One of your major activities as a Product Manager will be managing communications across various stakeholders. You will be interacting with external and internal stakeholders, management, the engineering/design team, etc. More often than not, your calendar as a PM will be full. If you don’t know how to effectively guide and lead communications, your job might become
Attention: Product Management Newbies!!! For the sake and intent of this (and future) posts, I’ll assume you already know what Product management is about and the reason you’re reading this now is because you’re trying to figure out how to navigate the role. If my assumption is wrong, this is a good place to find those answers.
Whew! Where do I begin? Honestly, it has been a fantastic three months since the first day my life as a product manager began in SeamlessHR. So far I can say I have learnt a lot, crossed a lot of hurdles, dived into deep waters and found my way back to the top. It has been quite