The term product has become ubiquitous with tech. And with the rise of product comes a rise in opportunities for product-related roles. The Product Manager being central to this movement.

The tech keeps evolving, and so does the art of Product Management. Just as we had become more familiar with web and mobile technologies, product must now keep pace with emerging developments across IoT, AI and more.

Product Management has traditionally been hard to define. It connects to each of the user experience, business and technical functions of a company. This creates a multi-faceted discipline that attracts a range of skill sets, and a little bit of confusion as to what it precisely involves.

With this in mind, coupled with the emerging technology trends, we thought it was a good time to ask the question: what is product management? Followed by a follow-up question: what will it look like in the future?

The best way to find the answers to these questions is to ask the people that are in the trenches of product management each and every day.

See our SlideShare presentation below to find out what we discovered:

About Luke Ryan

Luke leads Marketing at Mokriya and writes about people, culture and projects. Native Australian. Currently residing in Stockholm, Sweden.