Starting a new product manager job can be daunting, particularly if you don’t change jobs very often. I work freelance, so I find myself in a new organisation roughly every 3-6 months. Let me share with you my tips for your first few months in a new role.
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“I am currently looking for a new PM role but there is so much competition because of the pandemic. Do you have any suggestions on how to stand out as a PM in these turbulent times?”
Hi Jock, I’m an entrepreneur, product/program manager and hardcore gamer. I’m facing a dilemma in my career’s direction.
This is an interview I did a little while ago with a user experience author living on the US East Coast. She was interested in moving into freelance product management.
MOJ Digital wants to attract and recruit experienced professionals into the civil service on a permanent basis. We’re hiring for fifteen different job roles, including my role as head of product. Come and have a chat with us at Silicon Milkroundabout on 9th and 10th May to see what we’re all about.
This article was originally published on MOJ Digital’s blog in January 2015. Fancy a job as a product manager? Do you see yourself working in a hot start-up with a small, tight-knit team of specialists? I’ll bet you never considered …
I’ve never enjoyed job interviews. The inane questions annoy me most.
What do you need to learn if you want to qualify for a job as a product manager?