a substash by Ben Kan. Created on Sep 06, 2016.
Hiring the right product managers or developers.
added by Ben Kan on Oct 06, 2016
As your product team grows, you’ll inevitably bring junior product managers into the mix. Here’s 12 ways you can set them up for success.
added by Ben Kan on Sep 12, 2016
The classic post about the role of product management.
added by Ben Kan on Jan 18, 2017
The question remains: “how do you find the right product manager for your organisation and its specific challenges?” These are some of the things that I’ve learnt so far.
added by Ben Kan on Dec 07, 2016
This article is to give prospective candidates their best shot at showing off their thinking and creativity during a PM interview.
added by Ben Kan on Nov 15, 2016
In my coaching work, I end up talking to lots of product development teams about data, KPIs, running experiments, and “measuring the team”. Here is my backup list of questions I use when doing interviews and gathering “data” on an organization before making any recommendations.
added by Ben Kan on Sep 09, 2016
Prepping for PM Interviews, or 16n hours of your life, where n=number of companies you interview with.
added by Ben Kan on Sep 15, 2016
re:Work - Making the right hire is one of the best things you can do for your organization. Learn how to make better hiring decisions through job descriptions, structured interviewing, hiring committees, and more.
added by Ben Kan on Aug 02, 2016
My #1 hiring criterion for (senior) product management roles is previous product management experience. Responding to a Medium post by David Cancel, here's some of my thinking.
added by Ben Kan on Sep 06, 2016
I try to never hire someone who has been a product manager before. This might seem counterintuitive — especially considering that hiring is one of the hardest parts of a startup, but stick with me. Here’s why.