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How to Hire a Product Manager

Ken Norton
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Select the smart candidates

  • Candidates who relish the chance to solve theoretical problems and questions are usually eager and smart

Strong technical background

  • PMs with strong technical backgrounds can explain product requirements to engineers and communicate complicated details to non-technical colleagues and customers.

Good product instincts and creativity

  • Find passionate people who know what makes a great product.

Influential leaders

  • Interpersonal skills and leadership are key to product management.

Ability to channel multiple points-of-view

  • Someone who can think of the bigger picture.

Experienced candidates are good

  • Try to hire candidates who have shipped a product from concept to launch.
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