Pay as you go
- Maximum flexibility to learn at your own pace.
- Cancel anytime.
Get access to classroom immediately on enrollment
No Experience Required.
Understand what Product Management involves, describe why Product Management is important, and understand the history and evolution of Product Management.
Understand the purpose of the Product Manager role in an organization and identify key cross-functional partners and customize communications based on understanding of their key priorities. Describe various customer discovery techniques for gathering requirements and learn how to complete each component of a product requirements document (PRD), including documenting requirements.
Learn how to identify problems that are worthwhile to solve and understand the market through qualitative and quantitative research methods. Identify your target user and build user personas based on synthesis of research. Calculate the total addressable market (TAM) for your product and the return on investment (ROI) for solving a problem.
Define and craft a compelling vision for a new product and identify strategic areas to invest in based on organizational goals and competitive analysis. Build a Business Model Canvas for a product opportunity, understand the importance of defining a minimum viable product (MVP), and define key performance indicators (KPIs) that align product strategy to organizational goals.
Understand the importance and various methods to practice active listening and learn how to craft and deliver compelling stories. Apply persuasion and negotiation when communicating to business stakeholders and learn how to structure and deliver strong presentations.
In this project, you will choose to act as a product manager for one of four top technology companies and develop a compelling pitch for the development of a new product. You’ll be provided a business scenario relevant to each of the four companies and based on the provided business scenario of the company you choose, you will perform primary and secondary market research to identify target users and size the market opportunity for a new product.
Pay as you go