Given the historical trend, many people assume that Product Management roles are meant for folks with an engineering degree. However, the winds in the valley are changing. Increasingly, tech companies have realized that to build a good product, a Product Manager needs more skills beyond just engineering, empathy with users, problem solving, solid communication, ability to collaborate etc. Main takeaways:- How to position oneself for a Product Manager role, even without an engineering degree- Now that you have positioned yourself, how to get an interview call- Now that you have an interview scheduled, how to answer product design questions, with a demo,
Meet the Speaker: Neha Bansal
Neha Bansal is a recent Product Manager at Google. She went through the Product Management recruitment process very recently. Prior to joining Google, she did her MBA at Columbia Business School. Neha has also worked in Management Consulting for 5 years, based out of New York.
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