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Transition

Product Leaders in Transition

Hosted by Steve Johnson

Join product professionals in transition with tips, techniques, and mutual support.

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Next Meeting

March 4, 2024 at 8:00:00 PM

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Need a certification?

Assess your knowledge of critical product management concepts. Leverage your lifetime of experience to obtain the Quartz Professional Certification for only $95.

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When the Product is You (free ebook)

Employers do not hire you because you need a job; employers hire you to solve their problems.

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40+ Interview Questions

Are you ready when the interview gets to the part when you get to ask questions?

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Common interview questions

Glassdoor sifted through tens of thousands of interview reviews to find out some of the most common interview questions candidates get asked during recent interviews.

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Is product management right for you?

After a frustrating job, some wonder if they have what it takes to be a product manager. Use this spreadsheet to profile your skills, education, and interest in 30 key activities for product managers.

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NAILED IT! 10 Keys to Crushing the Interview

Nailed It! is the playbook for interviewing. Consider this: you will be asked about your weaknesses. Before your interviews, profile your weaknesses—we all have them. Then during the interview, choose from your mental inventory of weaknesses to identify the one or two that are least damaging for this position. Also interesting: most people simply do not prepare for their interviews. Nailed It gives you the playbook—step 1, 2, 3. Despite the annoyance of typos and grammar errors, the book is easy to read and apply.

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Quit your company today by Steve Johnson

Reconsider your relationship to your company. Become a free agent. Actually, you already are a free agent. Your company can fire you at any time. And you have the ability to look elsewhere any time.

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