Be the Greatest Product Manager Ever (Second Edition)
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Get the product management (PM) career you deserve. In his new book, Be the Greatest Product Manager Ever, Lewis C. Lin reveals what you need to do to get there.
This book builds on Lewis' extensive product management expertise, which includes five best-selling product management books on Amazon.com. He shares wisdom, secrets, and tactics you need to execute to move up the PM career ladder including:
- How to Start Every New Job
- How to Figure Out What to Do
- How Stuff Gets Done: System 1 and 2
- How to Sound Authoritative Like a Professor
- How to Establish Your Value
- How to Get Others to Do What You Want
- How to Survive (or Play) Office Politics
- The One Interview Question You Need to Ask
- Explain Why Your New Direct Reports Will Struggle
- How to SCAMPER Your Way to a Moonshot Vision
- Why the Best Visionaries Get into Technical Details
Most anticipated is the introduction of Lewis' newest framework: the ESTEEM Method™. ESTEEM™ is a framework of six core skills that will help master the goal of moving up the PM ladder. It’s a memory aid and step-by-step guide on how to get to the top.
Career opportunities are precious. Don't miss your chance. Let Lewis and his expertise show the way.
Electronic Book Format
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April 24, 2019
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About the Author
Lewis is the best selling author of several interview preparation books, including Decode and Conquer: Answers to Product Management Interviews.
Serving clients since 2008, Lewis has helped clients around the world secure jobs at some of the most prestigious companies, including Google, Amazon, and Microsoft. Lewis has been featured in international press including CNN, ABC, CBS, The New Yorker, and The Atlantic.
Lewis has over 13 years of high-tech experience. Most recently, he was the Director of Product Management at Microsoft. Prior to Microsoft, Lewis worked at Google, where he was responsible for launching new AdWords products.