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Want to be an Entrepreneur – Try product Management first / Stanford’s Entrepreneurship Corner December 8, 2009

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If you can be a product manager, you can acquire the experience of acting as a CEO. The skills gained in product roadmapping, prioritizing tasks, interoffice communications, customer understanding, and product marketing are absolute necessities for being an effective enterprise lead. So says Mark Pincus, CEO and Founder of Zynga, who suggests this necessary on-the-job training for aspiring entrepreneurs. Be strategic. Take your times. Build yourself at world class companies before stretching your own ideas to task.

//There is a short video explaining the reasoning. So to all Product Managers out there: Go for it!  😉

via Stanford’s Entrepreneurship Corner: Mark Pincus, Zynga – Bing Gordon, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers – Product Management as CEO Training.

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