Product management is already a fairly ambiguous job that requires multiple skills: strategy, communication, influencing, execution, growth, data analysis to name a few.
There is one skill that is not discussed enough in product management and it is critical for all product managers to recognize early: use of AI.
Every company today uses some form of AI in their business stack as one of the following: (1) Growth Layer (2) Product Differentiator (3) AI-first product.
You might be starting your entrepreneurship journey or you might be on the way to a hefty Series B investment or you might be a founder who shut down their startup recently.
If you are a founder of a startup, you want to read this.
Because we all know that 9 out of 10 startups fail.
And even if you end up being the “1” that did not, running a startup will take a mental toll on you that no one else can understand.
Not your friends, not your family, not your team members, not your investors…
My mom wanted to be a doctor. It was this ambition that brought her and my dad together back when they attended college. They both had a passion for medicine, and would study for countless hours in order to be accepted into medical school.
Fast forward several years and my dad is a surgeon, while my mom has put aside her medical ambitions to be a homemaker. Life takes over, just as it has for generations of women in the years preceding my mother’s story. …