Product Management

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Product Management2019-11-11T16:05:11+05:00

Have you been surprised to see how the most successful companies in the world always seem to know what their customers want?

Do simple, user-friendly, intuitive interfaces amaze you?

Does entrepreneurship excite you? Have you wanted to feel like an entrepreneur but without the risks that come with it?

Product Manager vs Program Manager vs Project Manager

In spite of being very different roles, it is astonishing how people everywhere seem to confuse between a Product Manager, Project Manager and Program Manager. These are familiar roles to people yet few seem to know what sets them apart from each other, even in the industry. Yes, I get it that they sound similar. But so do flower and flour or genes and jeans. Let us first understand the terms that these roles have to manage. Project: A project is a temporary task or a group of tasks that are performed to create a unique product or service. Product: A product is anything that satisfies an existing demand in the market.

What Is Product Management

Have you ever wondered how a simple idea gets transformed into a full-fledged product that is sold in the markets? Does the idea of being at the intersection of all business functions excite you? Have you been surprised to see how the most successful companies in the world always seem to know what their customers want? Do simple, user-friendly, intuitive interfaces amaze you? Does entrepreneurship excite you? Have you wanted to feel like an entrepreneur but without the risks that come with it? If the answer to any of these questions is a ‘Yes’, you should know what Product Management is. It might just be what you are looking for. What