Can Product Managers Bring A Product Back From The Dead?

The Accidental Product Manager

A Brief History Lesson On Wireless Data. Can we talk about wireless data? However, as we collectively started using more and more data, the wireless carriers cried foul. A lot has changed in the market since unlimited wireless plans went away.

Bar Code Scanner Product Managers Find A Way To Grow Their Market

The Accidental Product Manager

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Prioritizing product ideas in a portfolio

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And also products that complement them, which explains the Apple Watch, Apple Pencil, iPad keyboard, AirPods (wireless ear pods), and so on. “People think focus means saying yes to the thing you've got to focus on. But that's not what it means at all.

Sprint Product Managers Try To Take On AT&T And Verizon

The Accidental Product Manager

Being a product manager who works in the highly competitive wireless market has got to be a struggle every day. The battles between the large wireless carriers in the U.S. wireless market, each of the major players has had to change its strategy.

Do product managers need to be technical?

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Some bright folks—product managers and designers—walked through the various scenarios for wireless car keys—the key fob used to start today’s cars. I’ve been hearing about job postings for product managers that require computer science degrees.

Do product managers need to be technical?

Under10 Playbook

Some bright folks—product managers and designers—walked through the various scenarios for wireless car keys—the key fob used to start today’s cars. I’ve been hearing about job postings for product managers that require computer science degrees.

Moving from Technology to Product Management to increase business skills

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Bikram Gupta has been been in Product Management for over 3 years he has worked in various markets and technologies such as: Telecom/Wireless, Data Networking, and Security domains.