12 things product managers should do in their first 30 days at a new company

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Ken Norton is a product partner at Google Ventures where he advises startups on product management and also helps organize workshops. Congratulations, a product has found its product manager. Perhaps you’re joining a small startup, or maybe you have a new project in a big company. How you approach your first 30 days will make a tremendous difference, setting you up for success or struggle. Here are some tips for how to approach that first month. Emphasize these three areas: People, Product, and Personal: People 1. Set clear expectations with the CEO or your manager You’ve been hired to fill...

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