Time Spent on Social Media a Week?<br />Source: 2010-2011 Pragmatic Marketing Annual Survey<br />
What Do You Want to Know More About?<br />“My customers and their customers”<br />“Motivating sales reps”<br />“Finance (yuck!)”<br /> “how to measure marketing success”<br />“My competition”<br />“market research techniques”<br />Source: 2010-2011 Pragmatic Marketing Annual Survey<br />
1<br />What are your strengths?<br />2<br />Where do you want to go?<br />3<br />What’s your plan?<br />
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How many of you are familiar with this framework?
These are the areas of the framework for strategic, technical, and marketing activities.
Start with a self-assessment using the Framework3 things for each activity:1. How important is this to your career (high, medium, low)?2. How well do you do it (high, medium, low)?3. What is your proof?Out of the items where there is a gap between importance and assessment, choose the top 3.For the top 3:What are the barriers to success?How will you overcome the barriers?What specific actions will you take?DURING AN INTERVIEW; pull it out. Use it to find out whether THEY understand the strategic role of product management. “Where do you see this job?” Demo boy? Demo girl? Run!Use it to highlight what you’ve done.What’s the proof of your successes?If you’re lucky, she will pull out the same framework. Ha! The secret handshake… If she doesn’t, leave one for her. She’ll appreciate it.But be prepared. The people interviewing you might use it to figure out what your qualifications are. Don’t get caught offguard!