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Based on 25 responses, the job of Product Management Director has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.8 out of 5. On average, Product Management Directors are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Product Management Director?

March 2018
Product Management Director in San Francisco:
Pros: The general atmosphere of tech startups.
Cons: The horrible, abject poverty about which this city and it's residents can't seem to figure out if they even want to do anything.
March 2019
"Interesting work, restrictive culture, process heavy."
Product Management Director in San Francisco:
Pros: I'm learning a lot. Lots of interesting technology. Strong customer base.
Cons: Pay, culture, work from is on an exception basis and not embraced by the company. No stock options. Poor 401k match. Travel is difficult to get approved.
August 2016
"Prioritize."
Product Management Director:
You will always have more work than you have time to address. Prioritize items that need your attention first, delegate, and communicate your plans, needs and strategies to your employees and executives.
February 2016
"Project base. Self motivated. Team problem solver."
Product Management Director:
Pros: Freedom to research new products and product improvement. Working witn Sales, Engineering, Quality, and Purchasing. Knowing the department I am responsible for is an inportant aspect of the company. Being responsible for quantifying all incoming resins and compounded material testing.
Cons: Running into unique problem solving situation when working on research and develop projects and not having the time or resources to correctly address of fully trouble shoot issue. This is a rare occurance but does happen in research and development projects. Also when people are counting on you for the answer and you do not have the answer they are looking for.
September 2016
"Empowerment."
Product Management Director:
Your people will do the best job helping you develop products if you empower them and get out of the way.
July 2017
"Great college town where my family is at."
Product Management Director in Bloomington:
Pros: It's a great college town with plenty to do, lots of culture and my family is near by.
Cons: There's not a ton of opportunities which is why I've found working remote to be so nice.
October 2015
"Quantify customer satisfaction and continuously deploy code."
Product Management Director:
Focus on Customer Satisfaction comments and deploy code as soon as possible to validate.