PRODUCT MANAGEMENT FOUNDATION
GRASP THE PRACTICE OF PRODUCT MANAGEMENT AS A CRITICAL TECHNO-MANAGERIAL FUNCTION
Understand the keys to successfully navigating the roles and responsibilities of being a product manager to champion change with internal and external collaborators and influencers.
Product management is one of the fastest growing and most lucrative jobs available today. Companies have awoken to the desperate need for product managers to create products that customers love, that integrate design, functionality, and business solutions. In our course, we define the fundamentals of product management and why this role is so coveted as a launch pad for future CEOs and startup founders.
To be effective, product managers need a clear understanding of their jobs and duties. They also need a clear understanding of the required skills and competencies. An appreciation of these roles, responsibilities, skills, and capabilities is also beneficial for stakeholders and team members who collaborate with product managers.
This course investigates the framework for success in product management by defining the product manager’s position in an organization and the key responsibilities. We will examine the skills and competencies most critical to carrying out those responsibilities. To further improve your understanding of product management, we will discuss how product managers engage with the product team and stakeholders to create and manage successful products.
Product managers must also know how to establish, organize, and lead a team.
What will you Learn?
Get a sound introduction to the world of products
Understand value and the value management journey that is critical to the life-cycle of all products
Understand the Adaptive Productizing Process, a leading framework for product innovation
Learn the nuances and career track of the Product Manager role
Top skills you will learn
Understanding of the discipline of product management (PM)
Understand the role of Product Manager
Product Management framework
Project Managers, Program Managers, Q/A Managers, Managers, Solutions Architect, Software Developers, Marketing Professionals, Sales Professionals, UI-UX designers, Business Analysts, Consultants, Entrepreneurs.