The polls are open! Go to their announcement to take the annual Product Management and Marketing Survey!
Here are the results from previous years surveys, compiled by Pragmatic Marketing.
- 2000 Survey Results.
- 2001 Survey Results.
- 2002 Survey Results.
- 2003 Survey Results.
- 2004 Survey Results.
- 2005 Survey Results.
- 2006 Survey Results.
Detailed 2006 Analysis
We did some more detailed analyses of the 2006 data.
Pragmatic Marketing runs an annual survey of product managers. We looked at 440 results from the 2006 Product Manager Survey to uncover the trends in how different product manager roles are defined. The survey involved questions breaking down the allocation of time to different activities. In this article we look at how those activities varied for product managers, product marketing managers, segment / market managers, and technical product managers.
Pragmatic Marketing released their 2006 product manager survey results. At first glance, there appears to be a huge disparity in compensation between male and female product managers. When we look in more detail, the evidence does not support that conclusion.
One of our readers is working on determining product manager staffing levels for her company. While every company is different, it always helps to understand where our peers are. We do some in-depth analysis of the 2006 Pragmatic Marketing product management and marketing survey to see how other companies set their staffing levels.
Trying to unearth more trends in the 2006 salary data from the Pragmatic Marketing annual product management and marketing survey. In this article, we look at total compensation relative to the revenue of the managed products, the company size, and the company age. More fun with numbers.