About the podcast
The path to product manager is rarely the same for each person, and the work in each role is distinct. We think it’s important to discover what makes the product experience unique through the words of real PMs—and to share this knowledge with the community. We ask leaders in the industry to share negotiation and career building techniques, insights on workplace dynamics, and tips to help people find their fit as a PM.
This podcast was started to give women product managers a voice so they can speak up and speak to each other about the reality of work as a woman or non-binary identifying product manager.
You will hear from PMs across industries, at various points in their careers and from different backgrounds. These community conversations touch on helpful resources, solutions to common difficulties, and help you become a better PM.
Looking for more #23WIP Conference content? Hear clips from our keynote speakers and be inspired about your next steps in product. Listen to the stories of how our speakers grew their careers in the face of external and internal challenges. Learn tips about how you can #BuildWhatsNextPM.
Jori Bell, Director of Product Management at Audible, shares her tips and tricks to developing your network and utilizing your connections to grow your career. Listen as she shares with Senior Event Manager, Arianna Black her experience with the Women In Product Peer Coaching Circle and how mentorship has been a significant part of her success.
Get an insider, honest perspective from Nupur Srivastava as she shares how she went from being a Senior Product Manager to Chief Product Officer all in one organization. Learn how you can use confidence, empathy, and flexibility to be successful in your career and to have an impact wherever you work.Public-Transcript-Nupur-Srivastava
Director of Product, Rashmi Ramesh, talks with Chief Product Officer, Anneka Gupta, about her #PathtoCPO, the importance of building connections, the art of asking for help and the most important lessons she’s learned as a people leader.
Elizabeth Ames, CEO of Women In Product, talks with podcast series co-collaborator and Director of Product, Rashmi Ramesh, about what inspired the creation behind #ThePathtoCPO series, the value and power of persistence, and some of the key learnings that came out of the interviews she hosted.
Shruti Sheorey interviews Marty Cagan, author of “Empowered.” Marty shares more about why coaching and hiring are such key parts of what product leaders should be doing, how product leaders can give more strategic context to their teams, and why OKRs are often failures at companies.Episode-35-Public-Transcript
Data shows that the demands of professional work put an unrealistic burden on women. We spend this episode with Sally Thornton, digging into common causes of burnout for women in the workforce and the burdens they carry. Sally urges us to be our own Behavioral Scientists and to track what sparks joy in our lives, then prioritizing this work.Episode-33-Public-Transcript