Get Product Management Ready in 2021
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Since new year is approaching and everyone is filled with new zeal and enthusiasm. So, Zeda.io brings you all with top 5 blogs which will make you Product Management Ready for 2021. Read them in 2020 and get a head start in 2021. Hope this will help you in gaining some knowledge and upgrading your skills. If you enjoy reading this newsletter then don’t forget to share it with your friends.
A lot of things have been changed due to this outbreak of global pandemic, Covid-19. Most of the organization in country and across country carried out their work from home. Meetings, product development, planning and plotting was carried out remotely. In this new changed environment of working, one need to be updated with new skills and technology and to help you with that here are some blogs to read.
1. The Skills Product Managers Need in 2021
The needs of tech companies ebb and flow with the times, and never more so than now. That means that the most sought after product manager skills also need to change with the times. Whether you’re already established, or looking to break into the industry for the first time, knowing what 2021 will demand from product professionals will help to boost your career.
We’re going to start by reviewing the core skills needed by all Product Managers. (If you’ve already landed a PM role, skip this part, you should know all of this already!) We’ll then move on to the top 5 skills that every product professional needs to develop in order to thrive in 2021.
2. Future of Product Management: 2021 Forecast
Product management has come a long way in the last decade, but there have been many setbacks.
There is more interest and awareness in product management than ever before. But the product world has also become an increasingly chaotic domain.
There are many human and commercial motivations at play, influencing the state of the product management domain.
This sober and concise review outlines some of the market dynamics in product management, which will emerge in the very near future.
3. The 5 Top Trends in Product Management to Watch in 2021
The year 2020 shifted the world in fundamental ways. It changed the way we work, learn, play, travel, and socialize. It catapulted some industries into dominance (video conferencing, food delivery) while decimating others (hospitality, tourism). In fact, 2020 brought us so many shocks and surprises that it made identifying top trends in product management more challenging than ever. This year conditioned us to the reality that industry, a nation, and even the world can change overnight. How can we predict the future with any confidence?
4. Start 2021 on track to becoming an experienced product manager with this training
Over the last few years, Product Management has exploded. From startups up to fortune 100, companies are seeing the positive value a product manager can bring. As a result, more people are choosing to become a product manager. In this article, I look at 10 product management skills to practice in 2021.
What is a Product Manager?
The reality is that the role of the product manager varies based on a couple of factors. For example, the size and maturity of the organization and the industry. A product manager working at a health insurance company or at a financial institution such as a bank will have similarities and differences between a product manager working at a software streaming service or at a data center software company.
5. 20 Top Product Management Books for 2021
If you’re in digital product management, 2020 has been a roller coaster. Going back to basics to find inspiration has been one way expert product managers adjusted their strategies to meet rapidly-shifting consumer needs. Solving problems quickly, efficiently, and with customer needs as the north star separated the great brands from the good ones in a year that has completely changed the way we digitally engage with brands we love.
Brilliant product management decisions made in 2020 have shaped the course of the future for companies across all industries. But where do these ideas come from? How do PMs apply innovative techniques across their own products, especially if they’re new to their discipline or industry? The best way is by learning from experts who have been there and want to tell us all about it.
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