Product management is the process of overseeing the development and lifecycle of a product. Product managers are responsible for defining the features, functionality, and design of a product, and for ensuring that the product meets the needs of the target market. Product managers work closely with designers, developers, and other stakeholders to ensure that the product is developed and delivered on time and on budget. Product management involves a wide range of activities, including market research, product planning, product development, and product launch. Product managers are typically responsible for setting the overall direction and strategy for a product, and for ensuring that the product delivers value to the end user.

Product management and UX (user experience) are closely related, as both disciplines are focused on delivering value to end users. In product management, the goal is to develop and deliver a product that meets the needs and preferences of the target market, while in UX, the goal is to create a positive and satisfying user experience. Both product managers and UX designers are concerned with understanding user needs and preferences, and with developing solutions that meet those needs. Product managers and UX designers often work together, with the product manager setting the overall direction and strategy for a product, and the UX designer focusing on the details of the user experience. By working together, product managers and UX designers can ensure that a product is developed and delivered in a way that meets the needs of the end user.