How to Become a Product Manager

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BSB61015Monarch InstituteAdvanced Diploma of Leadership and Management

Accelerate your career as a manager with this online Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management (BSB61015).

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 La Trobe UniversityAssociate Degree of Applied Business

An Associate Degree of Applied Business is the perfect course for those who want to kickstart their career in the business world with just two years of study.

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 La Trobe UniversityAssociate Degree of Applied Business (Management Major)

The Associate Degree of Applied Business (Management Major) is an ideal course for anyone wishing to become a successful management professional within the business environment.

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 La Trobe UniversityAssociate Degree of Applied Business (Marketing Major)

An Associate Degree of Applied Business (Marketing Major) will give you a solid foundation of skills and knowledge to set you up for a successful career as a marketing professional.

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 La Trobe UniversityBachelor of Applied Business

The Bachelor of Applied Business is a comprehensive online course, providing a solid foundation of business knowledge and skills suitable for a wide range of careers.

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 La Trobe UniversityBachelor of Applied Business (Management Major)

The Bachelor of Applied Business (Management Major) is a comprehensive online course that equips students with the knowledge and skills needed for careers in business management.

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 La Trobe UniversityBachelor of Applied Business (Marketing Major)

The Bachelor of Applied Business (Marketing Major) is a comprehensive online course that equips students with the essential business knowledge and fundamental marketing skills needed for a range of careers.

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 DūcereBachelor of Applied Business (Marketing)

Delivered by Ducere Global Business School in partnership with the University of Canberra, the Bachelor of Applied Business (Marketing) connects marketing creativity with the innovation skills of the 21st century. If you want to harness your creative skills towards professional success, then this is the degree for you!

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 Deakin UniversityBachelor of Business

The Bachelor of Business equips students with the skills and knowledge they need to pursue careers in business and management.

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 Swinburne OnlineBachelor of Business With a Major in Marketing

In this online Bachelor of Business With a Major in Marketing course you will develop the complete set of marketing skills, from analysing consumer trends through to developing your own strategies to build a consumer base.

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 La Trobe UniversityDiploma of Applied Business

Completing a Diploma of Applied Business is the fastest way to gain a respected qualification and start a successful business career.

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 La Trobe UniversityDiploma of Applied Business (Management Major)

With a Diploma of Applied Business (Management Major), you can gain the skills, knowledge and qualification you need to kickstart a management career by studying full-time for just one year.

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 La Trobe UniversityDiploma of Applied Business (Marketing Major)

The Diploma of Applied Business (Marketing Major) helps you get ahead in your career by providing key marketing skills and knowledge over the course of one full-time year.

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BSB52415UpskilledDiploma of Marketing and Communication

Study this online Diploma of Marketing and Communication (BSB52415) course to gain a comprehensive grounding in the principles of marketing research, evaluation and management.

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 Academy XiProduct Management Course

Academy Xi's Product Management course equips students with a thorough understanding of how to launch, test and build successful and financially viable products.

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 General AssemblyProduct Management Part-Time

This Product Management Part-Time course provides students with the knowledge, tools, strategies and skills they need to pursue a career as a product manager.

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 Academy XiService Design: Accelerated Course (1 Week)

This Service Design accelerated course packs essential service design tools and techniques, as well as real-world problem-solving experience, into one week.

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Definition of Product Manager

A Product Manager holds overall responsibility for conceiving, researching and developing new merchandise, software and other goods aimed at increasing a company’s profits and market presence. They are typically thought of as the intersection between technology, business and user experience; creating strategies, determining the value and defining the purpose of a product.



Product Managers evaluate market trends, identify intended demographics and monitor competition. Considering factors such as the company’s business model and consumer opinion, the Product Manager determines what features are needed to ensure that the final product meets the needs of the end-user.



Once they have created a blueprint and strategy, the Product Manager must communicate their product vision and value to everyone from executives and senior management to the development and marketing teams. They ensure cohesion across all aspects of product strategy and execution, from research and engineering to sales and marketing.

What are the responsibilities of a Product Manager ?

  • Conceptualising and developing new products in order to improve market share and maximise profits.
  • Defining the purpose, value and target market of new merchandise, software and other goods.
  • Outlining and maintaining product development strategies, timelines and budgets.
  • Monitoring and researching market trends to identify customer needs.
  • Assessing and comparing competitor products in order to create differentiation.
  • Conducting market research to determine competitive pricing and promotional plans.
  • Supervising recruitment and training of product management staff.
  • Liaising with other departments such as engineering, sales and marketing to ensure a cohesive product vision.
  • Generating and presenting reports, sales forecasts and market analyses for management and executives.

Career Outlook for Product Manager

The average age of people working as is 43 with 61.10% of them being male. 90.70% of are employed full-time and they typically work around 42.3 hours per week.

 

Unemployment is below average and, with A Bachelor Degree or higher, the average Community Worker can earn around $1,669 per week Before Tax. In 2015 there were 12,600 working and the future growth of the profession is predicted to be very strong, with numbers around 14,800 in 2020.