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Based on 811 responses, the job of Senior Product Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.71 out of 5. On average, Senior Product Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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October 2014
"Creating Future."
Senior Product Manager:
Pros: If you would believe in that software has enough power to shape future, product management on software based products is very enjoyable and satisfied position. You should be related with new technical improvements and be able to understand market need well. Sometimes you manage projects in tight focus with methodologies like scrum, sometimes you should profoundly analyze customer dispositions with methodologies like lean startup. It is like establishing a new company from scratch, starting a brand new product.
Cons: You should learn to stand over two different world at the same time with your two feet. One world of technical assets and other one of marketing world. This means you should learn so much thing to make better estimations. This means hard working and being a more comprehensive person.
October 2014
"Great Career! Equal Parts Exciting And Rewarding."
Senior Product Manager:
Try to stay focused on the important projects vs all the little things that come over every day.
November 2014
"Its a tough job."
Senior Product Manager:
Pros: Interact with new people every day.
Cons: Clients are not convinced even after giving my 100℅
January 2015
"A job with unlimited possibilities."
Senior Product Manager:
The industry is very reluctant and sales driven but with changing environment people started recognising the need of good marketeer who can bring strategic innovation, in the existing portfolio. A good knowledge about science of the product and ambition to make that product shine among 100 of competitors varying from MNCs to regional players can turn the whole game. Here, your numbers on sales sheet speak up for you rather than year of experience.
March 2015
"Influencing Non-direct reports."
Senior Product Manager:
Plan often, document the details, communicate your goals, and continue to set and reset expectations to achieve the desired product,
April 2015
"Senior Product Manager - predictive analytics & data science."
Senior Product Manager:
Agile Product Management. Predictive Analytics. Data Science. Market Research. Product Launch. Organization Readiness. User Story Elaboration. Roadmap Management.
October 2015
"Senior management resistant to change."
Senior Product Manager:
Ensure all decisions are vetted through the U.S. Sales leadership. Do not rely on Field Marketing to do anything.