Product Managers are the hub of ideation, creation, and execution. From one scenario to another, the roles and responsibilities of the PM range from that of honorary CEO to temporary Maintenance Manager. For a seasoned PM, the daily responsibility of ‘herding cats’ is raised to an art form.
The Product Manager Leadership Program is about technical proficiency, leadership development and career growth. Co-created by SNP from Silicon Valley and freiheit.com technologies from Hamburg, the PMLP is dedicated to bringing excellence to product management. The PMLP helps develop a point of view, attitude, and practical skills that can be implemented immediately, including creating Product Development Ops plans, wrangling disparate team meetings, thinking like engineers and perfecting the art of influencing without power. Sign up below to receive more information about the Product Manager Leadership Program.
SNP and freiheit.com have extensive experience in product management; SNP building leadership teams and helping Google create its renowned product management training program, and freiheit.com’s technical expertise building world-class applications for premier European companies like Metro AG and Enfore. Both SNP and freiheit.com have spent twenty-five years in their respective fields. Now, they’ve joined forces, offering a training program unparalleled in the art of product management.
“Working with SNP was energizing because they share our values in what we look for and strive for in product leadership. SNP was committed to making the APM program a world-class training ground that nurtures articulate, mature, and thoughtful leadership.”
Diana Ly, former APM Program Manager and PM Staffing Lead at Google
Back in 2013, Asana was still a young company and some of their managers were experiencing leadership roles for the first time. So they needed to learn how to be, well, leaders. Like how to be more influential, directive, confident, and how to deal with conflict. Because if they could flourish then Asana could start to scale even faster (and without so many growing pains).
We started with just one 1:1 coaching relationship. But the good word spread fast. Soon enough more people from Asana’s management team were seeking our unique third party perspective, skill-based approach, and communications expertise to build their personal brand, strengthen their careers, and achieve more. (And did we mention the coaching program was a perk that attracted new talent? We didn’t? Well…) Eight years later and Asana is still scaling. And we’re still by their side helping them do it.