Product managers are responsible for supervising the development or improvement of a product. The product manager may also manage the team working on the product. These managers define a product's specificity - what, why, when - and execute them as needed.
While leading their teams, product managers also have to communicate their vision to the necessary individuals. Their jobs may include marketing, problem-solving, forecasting, and running profit and loss analysis.
Assistant product managers perform all these tasks and more, as directed by the product managers. An assistant product manager's duties include creating a product strategy, working with engineers to build the designed products, and managing the relevant variables.
To become a product manager, you need a background in business, technology, and management. Product development is a multifaceted field, and you'll need a diverse educational background. Employers also favor experience when filling this role.