First enter a company in the business email list field of interest. After working for more than 5 years, I hope to enter the leading company in the industry with the ability of a strong product manager, solid professional knowledge and rich project experience.
As for the long-term career planning, it depends on how far you have developed at that time. After all, in addition to the real ability, opportunities are also very important in the work.
2. Work professionalism and ability improvement
Although it is said that everyone can become a product manager, after truly becoming a product manager, you will find that a product manager is a profession that requires a lot of skills. Take a look at the skills that to B product managers need to master at work and how they have improved:
1. Communication and understanding skills
Product managers need to communicate with different colleagues such as users, developers, and testers. They must first absorb and accurately understand the needs of users, and at the same time have efficient communication skills, so as to accurately transition a requirement from users to developers and developers. test.
2. The ability to mine and guide user needs
When conducting demand research, it is necessary to understand the user's company background and business status in advance, and organize the research outline. The form is not limited. When really communicating with users, try to go as far as possible deeper and wider than users think (although it is difficult), and let users express their needs as much as possible.
When users are not sure of their own needs, and there are contradictions between the previous and previous statements, they can provide users with corresponding solutions based on their professional knowledge, experience in other projects and product status, and guide users to put forward their needs.
The purpose of this is to help users sort out the real requirements. The advantage of this is that the function implementation of the requirements can be as close to the existing products as possible, and the development, testing and implementation costs can be reduced to a certain extent.