The Product Manager is responsible for product planning and implementation, including collecting and prioritising product and consumer specifications, identifying the product vision, and working closely with manufacturing, distribution, marketing and support to ensure that revenue and customer satisfaction targets are met. The Product Manager also makes sure the product supports the overall vision and priorities of the business.
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Career prospects & criteria
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Graduation in Any Discipline
M.B.A in Marketing
Certificate Course for 1 year in Product Management
What you need to get started
Knowledge and experience are both essential for getting a job as a product manager.
Part-time work, internships, shadowing work and volunteering in a sector that interests you are good ways to build the knowledge that a product manager needs.
Design and User Experience Knowledge
Know their way around metrics
Strong project management