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What I Wish I Knew as a Non-Technical Major Breaking Into PM

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Christina Gee
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Technical expertise is not necessary in becoming a great Product Manager

  • Relevant experience: good at problem-solving, curious, analytical, results-oriented
  • Optimize your network to get referrals
  • Take Product Alliance course on PM to kickstart your career

Acing an interview

  • Product sense: work through an ambiguous problem and come up with product ideas
  • Execution: test your capability in day-to-day PM functions
  • Provide structure when answering
  • Build and practice your PM skills by communicating with the people around you
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