Job Hunting Is Product Management

When the company Pierre-Marc Diennet founded and spent four years building simply evaporated, he found himself with no income, no savings, a baby at home and no job. It was the start of a brutal journey—from failed startup founder to gainfully employed product manager. Out of instinct, he resorted to the kind of product thinking he had spent four years practicing: He treated his job hunt as an exercise in finding product/market fit. Instead of thinking too much about the daunting task ahead of him, he put his head down, got out his spreadsheets and started tracking the metrics.

Pierre-Marc writes about his hard-won findings in the current issue of Pragmatic Marketer.

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