Quick steps to crack Product Manager Interview?

  • How do you prioritize the user stories/features/bugs?
  • How do you identify a customer problem?
  • How do you validate if the problem you are working is the right problem to solve?
  • How do you translate requirements and make it more tangible for developers?
  • How do you work together with a designer?
  • How do you measure the success of your product?
  • What do you do when the product is launched?
  • How do you manage stakeholder expectations?
  • What is your favourite product? How and what would you improve?
  • How do you decide MVP (Minimal Viable Product)?
  • Design (Design an app for senior citizens to manage their medicine routine) and estimation (How many people are watching youtube now?) related questions. Mostly asked in big companies like FB, Amazon etc. or when you are getting hired for a more senior role.

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