What does good product management look like?
Ready to make better decisions, faster and more consistently? Coaching is the way to do it.
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I’m a great coach for…
- You’ve broken into the field of product management, and now that you are here, you find you don’t know how you know you are doing a good job?
- You’ve gotten into the senior level of product, and you are wondering – whoa, where did all these conflicts come from, and wait, I’m just expected to solve them (yep)
- You’ve been asked to work on product strategy and you have a big ? over your head .
- Product managers who want to improve storytelling to management and the c-suite
I don’t help PM’s who…
- Work with product sense. There are plenty of people who can tell you how to sense things…allegedly
- Need to be hired – I am the absolute worst when it comes to follow standard PM hiring practices. PS. They are horrible.
- See this as a stepping stone to being a VC. Yuck. I am sure there are folks who will help you put on that patagonia with pride.
- Aspire to just break into MANGA FAANG or whatever they are calling it this week, I’m here to help product managers, not people who want a stacked resume.
Kind words from Product Folks
These are people I’ve managed or coached before. They are available for reference!
I’ve been fortunate to be mentored by Adam for some time now, and his guidance has unequivocally upgraded my skills as a product manager. He’s improved my ability to set and create product strategies and ability to measure success for large-scale software products. When it came to bridging the gap from thinking from the perspective of a middle-level product manager to a genuine product leader, Adam was essential in making that leap.
Dave JulesHead of Product
A walking Product Management encyclopaedia is the phrase that comes to mind when I think about Adam. I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Adam for one year with a few months of that time having Adam as my line manager. I was impressed with his ability to think progressively about his working style, for example, his approach to asynchronous team management was a refreshing change and more suited to an age of multi-country remote working teams. Adam’s most valuable skill is his ability to be a Product coach and help other PMs look at the problems they face and know which theory, canvas or principle can help them get unstuck.
Martyn BurgeSr. Product Manager
Adam is as great at managing people as he is at managing products. Under his mentorship, I grew significantly as a product professional and I witnessed the same growth in my teammates as well. His expertise and guidance allowed us to build out the product function and processes within Informed and institute a culture change within the company that will definitely be remembered for years to come.
Chrissi BernadoProduct Manager
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