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The Project Manager Vs. Product Manager - What Are the Differences & Relations?

Despite the similar names, there are some big differences between project manager and product manager. They are often used interchangeably, but are different disciplines requiring quite different skills. In a nutshell,

* The product manager is to do the right thing and make sure the product be line with the market demand, giving the company profits the highest priority.

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