• Communication Skills for Product Managers

  • The Communication Skills that Product Managers Need to Know How to Use in Order to Have a Successful Product
  • By: Jim Anderson
  • Narrated by: Jim Anderson
  • Length: 48 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 12-09-13
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Blue Elephant Consulting
  • 2.8 (5 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Do product managers have super powers? Probably not, but there are some product managers who seem to be more successful than others. These "super" product managers seem to be able to make things happen almost effortlessly. What's their secret? What You'll Find Inside:


Got a minute? The power of meeting minutes.
Brainstorming: How to do it the right way!
How quickly do product managers need to react to bad press about their product?
#1 Secret weapon of a successful product manager.

More often than not, when you take a look at how super product managers go about doing their job, you'll quickly discover that they are great communicators. This means that they are able to express their thoughts clearly and get others to quickly understand what they need to have done. The rest of us can learn a lot from these super product managers. What we need to learn is how to improve our communication skills. Oh sure, we already have communication skills; however, we could always use a little help in making them better.
©2013 Jim Anderson (P)2013 Jim Anderson
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