The first response when you ask a product manager (PM) in a tech company to describe a typical day at work is, most likely, “There is no typical day; every day is different.” You may think, “How helpful!” But that’s what it is. There is really no typical day.
Product management involves not only creating products and brands, but also ensuring their success and longevity (A day in the life of a product manager).
The MBA curriculum with a specialization in product management familiarizes the students with the various roles in the life-cycle of a product.
Vibhav Agarwal, who wrote this article on Career Change from Software IT to Product Management after MBA, is back with another article. This time he goes back to the basic question that many aspiring product managers have, about the relevance and necessity of an MBA degree in a product management and marketing career.