5 things that Scott Cook looks in a Product Manager

The Power of Product Experiments - insights from Scott Cook, Intuit Founder

Scott Cook in the session

23rd October, 2013 will be a date I will remember for a long time to come. I was among lucky few to be invited by Intuit Bangalore to participate in “The Power of Product Experiments – insights” session conducted by none other than Scott Cook, the founder of Intuit.

While there was tons of learning and insights shared by the champion on product experiment, there was something in particular for product management professionals that I wish to share with you all. Answering to one of the questions from audience on “What traits does he look in a product manager?”, he said:

  1. Passion
  2. Problem solver
  3. Learner (absorb all like sponge)
  4. Someone who gets things done
  5. Subject Matter Expert on something and is willing to learn more

cross posted on : http://successmanagers.blogspot.in/

@mathurabhay

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About Abhay

Abhay has over 15 years of experience in shaping ideas into products that brings profit to business and delight to it's users. He has been instrumental in driving ideas to launches in various capacities and domains. This includes over half a dozen ideas that are today making profit and few that could not survive the tough terrain of product life cycle. Abhay brings in rich experience in building teams, developing products and putting right process in place. Abhay express and share on; https://twitter.com/#!/mathurabhay http://successmanagers.blogspot.com https://productmantra.wordpress.com/

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