A Product Manager is responsible for creating new products, from collecting requirements to releasing them. This specialist conducts research, plans, distributes tasks, and coordinates the work of a team.
Product Manager is a relatively new role, and the responsibilities of a Product Manager often overlap with the responsibilities of other specialists. A Product Manager should be proficient in three domains: user experience, technology, and business.
INDIGO Tech Recruiters have prepared answers to common questions about Product Managers. If you have any questions that aren't already on the list, we’ll be happy to answer them personally.
1. What is the difference between the Product Manager and Project Manager positions?
2. What is the difference between Product Manager and Product Owner positions?
3. Why do I need a product manager ?
4. What skills and knowledge should a good product manager have?