I have already answered this question on the thread-Post #88 and have nothing more to add. For your convenience find below my earlier response -
"Product management as you know involves both product development and marketing. Marketing at Simon is very quantitative and you will be very well prepared for forecasting, planning and strategy by the end of the program. But the product development skills would to a great extent depend on your prior work exp and the industry you catered too.
Product management is not one of the typical profiles that students opt for after MBA but I know couple of seniors of mine who made it to GE and Web 2.0 start ups at SFO. Simon will provide you the network but you might have to put in more effort than the rest."
Sorry for missing out the last post. Thanks a lot for the update. I am extreamly impressed with Simon's curriculum. I am only worried about the placements. I know they have revised the Career Management Center now. So, hows the situation now. How good are the job opportunities.???