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Building a killer product team: How great managers lead their team to success

Building a killer product team: How great managers lead their team to success

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One of the most import roles as a product owner is building the right product team. In part two of this two-part mini-series, we take a look at what high performing product managers and product leaders are doing inside of their organizations to manage and lead a high-performing product team.


In this episode, we dive into the strategies that managers use to lead their teams successfully. It's not easy and we're not all Steve Jobs (although most of us think we are from time to time) so what do high performing managers from Facebook and Box do?  That's the question we answer in this episode. 


Featuring Alison Go, PM at Facebook, Austin Bales, Director of Product Design at Facebook, Sam Goertler PM at Kickstarter, Ty Ahmad-Taylor, VP of Product Marketing at Facebook, Jeetu Patel, Chief Product Officer & Chief Strategy Officer at Box, & Sebastian Speier, Director of Design at Nike.


http://rocketship.fm/interviews/jeetu_patel_of_box_on_leadership_and_strategy_in_the_new_age_of_enterprise_product/


http://rocketship.fm/interviews/alison_go_of_facebook_on_product_mistakes_and_the_disciplines_that_make_up_strong_product_teams/


http://rocketship.fm/interviews/sam_goertler_of_kickstarter_on_leading_product_teams_navigating_redesigns_and_building_teams_from_scratch/


http://rocketship.fm/interviews/ty_ahmad_taylor_of_facebook_on_lessons_from_the_vp_of_product_marketing_at_facebook/

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Building a killer product team: How great managers lead their team to success

Building a killer product team: How great managers lead their team to success

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