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Sharad Mangalick

Product @ Microsoft AI, Product Advisor @ ex-Adobe, ex-Management Consultant
Over a decade of consumer product management experience building the top mobile and web apps
United States of America 5.0 (3 reviews) Active last week Usually responds in a few hours


$240 / month

This plan is best suited for folks trying to get into Product Management.

2 calls per month (30min/call)

Unlimited Q&A via chat

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As a long time management consultant, I made the switch into Product Management and I can help YOU get into PM as well.

With over 10 years of experience in product management and strategy, I founded a product advisory firm to help startups and established companies create amazing products and find product-market-fit. I love partnering closely with designers, engineers, and marketers, and 'm passionate about using data and analytics to drive product decisions and user outcomes.

I'm extremely passionate about mentoring and love mentoring my team. I've been in a wide variety of product and corporate situations, and I'm excited to use that experience to work and grow together!

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What mentees say



5 out of 5 stars

Standard Plan · 
2 months

Sharad is a phenomenal mentor who really dives deep into your background and experiences to shape the best feedback and approach for you as an candidate in PM roles. I highly recommend anyone looking for a deep dive and tailored mentor experience, from early professionals to mid-level to senior PM's, Sharad has great feedback for all! A fantastic experience!

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5 out of 5 stars



5 out of 5 stars

Standard Plan · 
1 month

I sought mentorship with Sharad in order to help craft a better resume to improve my response rates when applying. His background was somewhat similar to mine but he had more experience in product. He was able to provide some good tips on crafting a better resume as well as on mindset when doing applications. If I were to provide some constructive feedback, I think I would simply suggest (for all mentors) to have a practice of reviewing the previous meeting every time and going over action items and what if any was the blocker that prevented that from being completed. It's easy to give and receive advice often times, but much easier to not take action on it. So I think a big part of mentorship is keeping mentees accountable.

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