3 blood lessons that every Product Manager has to go through.

The position of Product Manager is the goal of many people, but when it becomes a Product Manager, "life is not like a dream". At times, Product Manager has to grimace and receive "bitterness" due to mischievous decisions or simply not having enough experience.

When we start to do something new, we all have to face this. However, "walking on the trail" of others is not wise at all. So why repeat those mistakes if they can be "learned first" easily?

Topdev Techtalk:   All about Product Management – Views from the bottom .

Hanoi: 19:00 – 21:00 on 08/26/2016

Location: 8th Floor, Hanoi Creative City Building, 1 Luong Yen, Bach Dang, Hai Ba Trung

Ho Chi Minh: 18:00 – 21:00 on 08/27/2016

Location: 9th Floor, Hoa Sen University, 08 Nguyen Van Trang, District 1.

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Lesson 1: Perseverance is not necessarily good, it is all right

"Perseverance" has been deeply rooted in our Asian culture, sometimes we are obsessed with what is good means to spend a lot of effort, must have a strong team to work hard. force day and night behind it. In fact, this is not entirely true.


In the first days of "princes" like Facebook, the number of original programmers was not a powerful team, but only a few. However, Facebook offers what users like and are most relevant to the market at the time. Facebook appears like a shower in the desert, isn't it too timely?

Lesson 2: There must be a harmonious working team


Your team is not always perfect, not always superheroes and not always "rushing" is an effective way. Creating a spirit of cooperation and openness in the team is very important.

In some big companies, the "what works" room still exists. The consequence of this is often a wealth of information about the product is misleading, leading to many incorrect features compared to the original idea. Even promising customers on one side, doing another can happen.

What if, all parts work with the same goal? Products will be right to the user, hit the potential market, the product promotion team will convey the most accurate and honest information to customers. What does a product require more than that?

Lesson 3: No optimization is dead

Optimization is often misunderstood with savings. In some big companies with strong financial capabilities, we often ignore this.

A good product, coming from a good Product Manager, must be a neatly built product with a high ROI (Return on Investment) . Want to achieve this only one solution: Optimize!


All company money must be used for the right and effective purpose. If it is a cost, it must be the most economical, if it is a human resource, it must be the most effective. All must bring the most with the least amount of budget loss possible.

Lesson No. 3+: Learn from practical experience

There is nothing more valuable than the actual experiences that are achieved during the process, there are countless variables that can appear that we cannot list in just one article.

Understanding that Topdev Techtalk respectfully brings new content to the developer community with the theme: All about Product Management – Views from the bottom . Come to Techtalk this term, attended by Mr. Nguyen Duy Anh – Product Manager with 3 years of experience at Rakuten.


Some big questions that Mr. Duy Anh set out to "unveil" about the content of TechTalk : "Why do big companies often fail to build new products? Why do talented engineers make products that nobody uses? ” .

If you want to become a Product Manager, or are hesitating about becoming a Product Manager. Do not hesitate to attend Techtalk to understand yourself and more work.



Time: 19:00 – 21:00 on 08/26/2016.

Location: 8th Floor, Hanoi Creative City Building, 1 Luong Yen, Bach Dang, Hai Ba Trung.

Ho Chi Minh

Time: 18:00 – 21:00 on 08/27/2016.

Location: 9th Floor, Hoa Sen University, 08 Nguyen Van Trang, District 1.


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