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For product leaders, creating new new products and improving existing products are imperatives for success. Maturing technologies and aging product portfolios are requiring companies to discover, develop, and deliver products that customers love. This course is focused on the first step of this journey, identifying and evaluating new product opportunities. This course is primarily aimed at professionals who are inspired, or tasked, to develop and lead products. This include aspiring and active product managers, product designers, product developers, and others in the product arena. This course is also valuable to anyone interested in how to developing innovative ideas for new products. We will focus on four important areas to develop and enhance your capabilities as a product leader: • Introducing the skills for identifying and analyzing entrepreneurial ideas for new or improved products; • Examining entrepreneurial thinking within yourself and your colleagues with an awareness of entrepreneurial mindset, entrepreneurial motivations, and entrepreneurial behaviors; • Cultivating seeing entrepreneurially within yourself and your colleagues with attention to industry conditions, industry status, macroeconomic change, and competition; and • Championing acting entrepreneurially within the corporate environment with an understanding of value innovation and opportunity identification....
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par Keilys B

14 sept. 2021

Muy bueno, se entiende y los cuestionaron son sencillos pero con preguntas claves acerca de cada conocimiento impartido

par Daniel W

30 août 2021

Useful course to get insights into businesses and startups. However, the course has multiple technical issues: referencing content that doesn't exist, databases that learners are supposed to have access to but do not, audio issues, and references a text book that you have to buy.