This is a short introduction to Product Management. In this course, you’ll learn what Product…
What separates decent product managers from the elite special operators that always get the job done swiftly and effectively? It often comes down to the tools they bring on their mission to use during the ideation, solutioning, design, prototyping, user testing, development, launch, and iteration phases of the product lifecycle. This course will teach you when and how to use the tools and techniques that will level up your product management game. If used right, they’ll give you an unfair tactical advantage in the trenches with your engineers and confidence-inspiring strategic persuasiveness in the boardroom with your leaders.
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Teacher: Rich Headley
“This course offers a great collection of lessons each product manager should know by heart.”
“I like the tool selection and the guidelines for their application.”
“Excellent explanations with examples to back up understanding. I got that this was intended for tech product management, but seems to be applicable to physical product designs also.”
Lesson 1. The Value Proposition Canvas
Lesson 2. The Value Hypothesis
Lesson 3. The Kano Model
Lesson 4. The Hook Model
Lesson 5. The RICE Method
Lesson 6. Design Sprints
Lesson 7. Prototyping and User Testing
Lesson 8. Data Analytics
Lesson 9. User Story Structure
Lesson 10. Review
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