The rise of expert networks starting in the 'aughts give the promise of using some of your experience and domain knowledge to help others. Alas, my experience is that the asks were for confidential information.
Revolving door of executive leadership and the chaos it brings to organizations.
2020 was awful, from the pandemic to remote work, but the Dude persevered and now awaits the Covid vaccine.
Product management jobs increasingly require computer science degrees, but product managers should focus on user needs, not just technology.
Work-Life Balance: Why Sacrificing Everything for Your Job Doesn't Guarantee Success.
Product managers need leaders who understand their role and provide the necessary support and protection, rather than those who lack experience or treat product management as a secondary function.
Product Managers with Imposter Syndrome can learn that being responsive and delivering even bad news can make them valuable and trusted resources.