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What Are the Basics of a Product Manager Role by Google PM

Product Management event in San Francisco about the basics of a product manager role.

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Ankit walked through an intro to the Product Manager role, the skills needed, and how the role differs between small and large companies. He wrapped up with some advice that has helped him in his Product Manager interviews over the years.

Ankit Prasad has been a Product Manager since 2010 across a range of companies: large and small. He is currently a Product Manager at Google where he works in the consumer payments space. Prior to this, he worked at Earnest (a start-up, recently acquired by Navient), Yammer (a Microsoft acquisition), and Microsoft (on the PowerPoint team). He holds degrees in Electrical & Computer Engineering and Economics from Duke University as well as an MBA from Harvard.

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