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Q: What is it like working as a Senior Product Manager?

October 2015
"What type of projects to avoid."
Senior Product Manager:
Understand what your company culture does when there is a failure, and therefore how much risk to take. Carefully evaluate the skills of the project managers you work with, and avoid projects with incompetent PMs. Evaluate the skills & style of senior managers. Are they worth of your time & effort?
December 2015
"Choosing your boss and not just the positioin."
Senior Product Manager:
Think about how the problems you're trying to solve align with corporate objectives.
December 2015
"What next."
Senior Product Manager:
Leverage another offer, move laterally or get an MBA.
January 2016
"Job related training can be imparted in school/college."
Senior Product Manager:
Good people management skills, good communication skills, networking, public speaking.
February 2016
Senior Product Manager:
Be well versed with Agile methodology for software development as well as understand the market your company is targeting. Socialize with other successful product managers and product owners on professional topics of best practices and ways to be successful with in your own organization.
September 2016
"Under commit and over deliver."
Senior Product Manager:
Don't try and do everything, if you take on every piece of work just because it impacts the success of your portfolio you will overload yourself, probably underperform as a result and people won't realise there is a problem because everything is getting done! Don't be afraid to escalate issues, the executive team can help, that's what they are there for. Use the senior management team as a tool to help you get stuff done, keep messaging sharp, make clear asks and watch things start happening. Stakeholder management starts at the top, it is interesting how quickly people get on board when they have a direct ask from the CEO or MD.
June 2017
Senior Product Manager in Pasig City:
Pros: Freedom to Create. Travel Opportunities.
Cons: Role overlapping to sales role. Underpaid, Overwork.