Becoming a First Time Product Manager
Did you know that 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!
But how do you develop your skills to be the best match for the job? What makes a great product manager and how much do soft skills matter?
If you want to understand how to translate your experience, or what you need to do to prepare for your first step join Nourhan Shaaban, Product Manager, Growth at Noom as she dives into the world of product management, her career path and desired skills for the current market. This is your time to ask questions about how to develop your skills or what certifications and courses are available to you!
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 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
✅ How to get experience before you find a job
Nourhan Shaaban is a Product Manager at Noom and the Co-founder of Cusp Impact. Previously, she worked for Google, Udacity, Delivery Associates, and BTPN. Nourhan completed her undergraduate studies and her master's degree at Harvard University. She has worked in Cairo, Boston, Seattle, Jakarta, and Dublin.
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I am a total newbie to product management. How easy will it be to transition from my career to this.
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Can I transition from a Business Development Executive role to a Product Manager role without certifications courses?
What is the link or gap between Product Management and Business Analysis?
I’m currently a software engineer, with interest in product management, but I’m still not fully sure how to go about my transition and getting my first role as a product manager. Most of the roles I see are for experienced PMs
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