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Product Management Skills
When joining a new team as a product manager, is it better to have the right soft skills and have to learn the hard skills of the job? Or vice versa?
What are the most important soft and hard skills Product Managers can build to become successful in their field going forward?
What is the qualities of a Product Manager that impresses their Engineering counterparts and thereby allows the PM to build influence with the Eng team?
How do you retain good talent, especially when PM roles are in such high demand across the industry?