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What's your framework to prioritizing needs/deliverables when you're the first Product Manager at a company establishing the function?
How do you think about staying within a company versus looking for opportunities outside? When do you know it's time to leave?
What's something that you didn't know it took to become a Director back when you were a senior product manager?
Something that you didn't know you would need to do that you only realized later.
I’ve heard that the jump from Sr. PM to the “next level” (e.g Principal or Group PM) often comes with a steep learning curve. Is that true, and how would one prepare to solidify the right foundation to ease the transition preemptively?
How do you manage the 1000 questions and tasks that are shot at you when you are a PM in an early stage startup?
I'm the first PM in a startup that used to be sales led. I'm trying to set up the proper discovery processes, prioritization tactics and strategy, but I find that extremely hard to do as I'm getting carried away in the day-to-day tasks around requests, issues reported and project management.
What are the most important soft and hard skills Product Managers can build to become successful in their field going forward?
How do you measure your own success in your role and how much have those performance indicators evolved as you grew within your role?
What are differences between PM and Sr. PM? What are clear indicators that someone is ready to take on Sr. PM role and responsibilities that come with it? And, when in the Sr. PM role, what are key stages that distinguish different levels of Sr. PMs?
How do you get into a saas based company if you have no experience working in one and what are some of the core competencies you need when you are starting out?