Sat.Aug 10, 2019

PM Interview Question – What’s Your Favorite Product and Why

Tom Spencer

Like a consulting interview, a product manager (PM) interview consists of multiple parts, including a case study and a behavioral portion, which looks for communication, management, and prioritization skills. But what’s different is that it adds a twist by having product-related questions as well.

Are You Funny?

Martinka Consulting

I attended an event recently and witnessed one of the speakers do the following: Start out with a joke that fell absolutely flat. Then he explained the joke and guess what, it didn’t get any better. Then, during his talk he made a couple non-sensical statements, again trying to be funny. One that caught my attention brings up a good lesson on PR. He said he has seen a lot of articles that are really lists, as in, the top 10 things to do, the top 7 things to not do, etc.

PM Interview Question – Give an Example of a Good Product and Not so Good Product

Tom Spencer

Question. Give me an example of a good product and not so good product. Why is one better than the other?”. What is this question about? This product management (PM) interview question tests whether you understand product design principles.

Words that matter

Seth Godin Blog

Discipline, rigor, patience, self-control, dignity, respect, knowledge, curiosity, wisdom, ethics, honor, empathy, resilience, honesty, long-term, possibility, bravery, kindness and awareness. All of these are real skills, soft skills, learnable skills. But if they’re skills, that means that they are decisions. A choice we get to make. Even if it’s not easy or satisfying in the short term. These skills are in short supply sometimes, which makes them even more valuable

The Surprising Effects of Business Vs. Leisure Travel

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