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  • Writer's pictureDeepankar Dey (aka Deep)

Who am I?

Updated: Apr 30

I am an accidental Product Manager and an ever-evolving Leader. This enables me to develop a vision, operationalize it, and incrementally drive towards it.

As a product leader, I've navigated triumphs and setbacks, gleaning invaluable wisdom from each. My aim is to distill these experiences into byte-sized blogs, offering practical insights that can empower other product managers and individuals. My specialization in developing enterprise business-to-business-to- [consumer/partner/employee] products and multi-product solutions lends a unique, practical perspective to my insights.

My career is a rich tapestry woven from a three-dimensional perspective. I've honed my skills in various product management roles, including product owner, product manager, product leader, and outbound product manager. This diverse experience equips me with a versatile skill set to build and launch best-of-breed products across their lifecycle and effectively communicate product/solution value to CXOs and architects.

Ratan Tata, the esteemed chairman of the TATA group, is a beacon of leadership, management, integrity, and humility. I strive to emulate his qualities in my work, particularly when driving change and leading teams towards a vision. My strengths lie in empowering teams, adapting to changes and feedback, and a relentless thirst for learning and evolution.

Last but not least. I have experience working in various industries, including Telecom, Utilities, Retail, Consumer Goods, Hi-Tech and Manufacturing. I have cross-pollinated product management best practices in each sector by identifying common challenges and solutions and adapting and applying them to unique industry-specific contexts. This breadth of experience allows me to offer a diverse range of insights that can be valuable across industries.

In my free time, I love spending time with my family, going for long walks, playing badminton, and messing out with my golf clubs, making bogies or double bogies (I thought you might see some improvement this year)!!

Thank you for your time. I look forward to your joining me on this journey and sharing your thoughts and feedback.

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