DON'T BE THAT PRODUCT MANAGER OR ENTREPRENEUR FROM THE PAST.
Learn the must-have skills of today. Advance your career in tech and stand out.
ASPIRING & NEW PRODUCT MANAGERS | PRODUCT LEADERS | SIDE HUSTLERS | BUILDERS
We want to remove barriers, complexity and overwhelm for those looking to pivot their career in Tech (either a career in product or building your side hustle). We believe that access to learning and practical skills should be open, equal and accessible irrespective of where one lives or their situation.
Our goal is to democratize entrepreneurship. We want to help launch 1M products that solve real problems in the market
Jeana diNatale, Aspiring Product Manager
I joined the PMDojo community last month and have already grown immensely. I worked on an idea to help simplify how community members find & collaborate on product ideas. Through this experience, I have become more confident in my abilities to take a fuzzy idea and work to develop something tangible and launch a product.
Bosky’s guidance has been invaluable and I appreciate being a part of the community that she has created. Looking forward to learning more about product management and continuing to grow these skills in 2021!
WANT TO ADVANCE YOUR CAREER IN TECH? THEN THINK DIFFERENTLY
THEORY & REAL-WORLD ARE DIFFERENT
Frameworks alone don't make you good in your role
Solving problems in a constraint-free world is easy
Real-world is more about managing tricky team dynamics
Aspiring & Early Stage Product Managers are frustrated that their existing learning solutions do not reflect real-world scenarios
PRODUCTS DO NOT GET BUILT ALONE
It is very easy to agree with your self in solo projects
Learning to work as a team & with stakeholders is not easy
Managing different opinions and feedback is messy BUT key
Hiring Managers believe that being good at PM interviews is not the same as being a good Product Manager
RESUMES ALONE DO NOT CUT IT
Resumes don't show your product aptitude
Resumes start looking similar after some time
Standing out starts becoming more challenging
Aspiring & Early Stage Product Managers find it hard to get warm referrals and intros
Kaegan Donnelly, Product Manager, Lumen5
As a new product manager at a new, fast-growing company, there are lots of unknowns. Bosky's guidance has been helpful in identifying blind spots and planning for rapid change and growth. I would highly recommend Bosky to anyone needing to rapidly scale a product organization.
Nibeer Dewan, Product Consultant, Cambria Solutions
As someone venturing into tech and product management for the first time in my career, Bosky ensured that she was available to coach me as I learnt the ropes of software development and product management. Moreover, she placed faith in me when she hired me knowing this would be my first role in product. This is something that is core to who Bosky is, as a leader.
Julia Panopoulos, Sr Product Manager, AdRoll
Bosky has helped me think critically about my career and future during a time filled with change at my company. Thank you Bosky!