Wednesday 15 December
17:00 GMT / 12:00 PM ET
Did you know that Jeff Bezos (Founder – Amazon), Kevin Systrom (Founder – Instagram) and Marissa Mayer (CEO – Yahoo) all started as Product Managers?!
Product Managers are one of the most in demand jobs in the future-of-work! Companies like Microsoft, Uber and Amazon are all looking for Product Managers to join their company right now! To be successful, you need a combination of hard and soft skills, you also need to understand the industry you’re working in and the upcoming trends, often times more than you need to understand a product.
Devangi Vivrekar, Senior Product Manager at Udacity will touch on subjects like getting more experience, how to continue developing your skills, the difference between product manager positions and what attributes will make you the most successful. This session will be live which means you have the chance to ask questions you won’t find the answers to on Google.
Discover how Product Managers use data, how they identify needs for the business and how they work on improving their products by involving and engaging their different stakeholders.
Here’s what you will learn:
✅ What it means to be a Product Manager
✅ How to start a career in Product Management After Graduation
✅ What are the different types of Product Managers?
✅ What does a typical day for a Product Manager look like?
✅ How do you know if a Product Manager role is right for you?
✅ What recruiters are looking for when hiring fresh talent
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Devangi Vivrekar is a mission-driven product management leader from the San Francisco Bay Area. She is currently a Sr. Product Manager at Udacity, building a digital education platform to train the world’s workforce in the careers of the future. She has also worked on the product teams at Dropbox and Intuit, and she started her full-time career as an APM. Outside of work, Devangi enjoys coaching aspiring PMs as they transition to their first product role, and helping early-career PMs get their next dream product role.