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What makes a great product manager, and how do you become one? This is Ken Norton's classic essay on the role of product management that launched thousands of PM careers.
«Being a product manager requires wearing multiple hats. I often joke that much of the time your job is to be the advocate for whoever isn’t currently in the room — the customer, engineering, sales, executives, marketing.»
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Automation, algorithms and machine learning are taking over recruitment and hiring. How do we compete with the rise of robots?
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