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Establishing Product Management
What is your advice for creating and/or improving the product management process when joining a small but growing team? Particularly for a small company with no or little structure?
What's your framework to prioritizing needs/deliverables when you're the first Product Manager at a company establishing the function?
How do you coordinate and work cross functionally with the product marketing team to create commonly shared KPIs?
As a product manager, what are the make-or-break things for you when interviewing a potential next product manager for your team?
How do you retain good talent, especially when PM roles are in such high demand across the industry?
What are the challenges you have encountered establishing the product management function in product areas that do not have it？
How do you think about your first 30/60/90 day goals when coming in as the Head of Product Management in a startup that didn't have product management before?
Our engineering team has been building features based on ideas, and I’m the first PM. How do I change the culture and help them buy into being customer focused?
How do you make design more strategic so they are not just making what engineers build look good, but are more involve up front in the product development process?