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Beyond “Cheaper, Faster, Better”?—?Vertical Integration for Startups

The Product Coalition

Vertical Integration for Startups In the past couple of years, I have worked with multiple startups in an advisory capacity and this has provided an opportunity to think about strategy in innovative ways. I apply this lens to a startup that develops solutions in the health-tech market. Beyond “Cheaper, Faster, Better”?—?Vertical

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From Startup to Enterprise Product Manager: Is Bigger Always Better?

Mind the Product

Observations of a B2C startup product manager working in enterprise. A startup, finding its feet and learning how to stand, should by certain logic be less wise, less capable and less developed than its older, wiser counterparts. I once heard an anecdote about a very young child being told a story about a very old man.

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Product Professional, What to do?

The Product Guy

Product development roles and “product” as a discipline are rapidly evolving within technology companies. At startups or growth stage companies, a “Product Manager” is responsible for identifying what needs to be built and then executing on building the product. Product Management at scale has also evolved but at a slower pace.

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The Versatile Product Manager

Ask Benny

While these requirements are not bad by themselves, it is much more important to have a competent product manager than that product manager having the exact market or technology pre-experience. It is not necessarily bad to have product managers that already know the market. The same goes for product managers themselves.

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15 Common Technical Product Manager Interview Questions

The Product HQ

From larger tech companies like Google , Amazon , and Apple, to small Silicon Valley startups, technical product managers are growing in demand everywhere. This will tell the interviewer a lot about the candidates’ understanding of what’s behind good product development and about their passion for the field.

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The Versatile Product Manager

Ask Benny

While these requirements are not bad by themselves, it is much more important to have a competent product manager than that product manager having the exact market or technology pre-experience. It is not necessarily bad to have product managers that already know the market. The same goes for product managers themselves.

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The Versatile Product Manager

Ask Benny

While these requirements are not bad by themselves, it is much more important to have a competent product manager than that product manager having the exact market or technology pre-experience. Jump Markets It is not necessarily bad to have product managers that already know the market. The same goes for product managers themselves.