#29 Jackie Bavaro (Asana, Google) on having impact and cracking a PM career

#29 Jackie Bavaro (Asana, Google) on having impact and cracking a PM career

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Jackie Bavaro was most recently Head of Product Management for eight years at Asana, the well-loved work management software, where she joined pre-launch as the first PM. During her tenure, she grew the PM team to over twenty amazing people, helped Asana's go from $0 to more than $100 million in annual recurring revenue, and launched Asana's associate product manager program.

Jackie has since written two fantastic books on PM careers - 'Cracking the PM career' and 'Cracking the PM interview'.

In this episode we talk about Jackie's growth as a PM at Asana, defining impact in role, working with founders, navigating feedback and her 'Do, Try, Consider' framework which we've now implemented at Progression.

Links

Jackie on Twitter

Jackie on Amazon

Jackie's tweet referencing the framework we talk about in the podcast

Jackie's interview on Lenny's pod

Do, Try, Consider

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