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Some familiarity with software development and product management is helpful, but not required.

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Approx. 18 heures pour terminer

Recommandé : 4 weeks of study, 3-4 hours/week...
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Ce que vous allez apprendre

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    How to create the actionable focus to successfully manage your product

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    How to focus your work using modern product management methods

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    How to manage new products and explore new product ideas

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    How to manage and amplify existing products

Compétences que vous acquerrez

Product/Market FitProduct ManagementDesign ThinkingInnovation PipelineLean Startup
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Dates limites flexibles

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Niveau débutant

Niveau débutant

Some familiarity with software development and product management is helpful, but not required.

Heures pour terminer

Approx. 18 heures pour terminer

Recommandé : 4 weeks of study, 3-4 hours/week...
Langues disponibles

Anglais

Sous-titres : Anglais

Programme du cours : ce que vous apprendrez dans ce cours

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Achieving Focus and #Winning

As a product manager, you and your team will always have more ideas and more requests than you can possibly manage. Making matters still more complicated, part of your job is to develop and then ‘sell’ a particular view of what should happen with your product to diverse stakeholders (engineering, marketing, etc.). How do you do it? Success requires an actionable, testable focus. The successful product manager identifies vivid, testable customer outcomes and creates focus around them. This week we’ll show you how to interface effectively with all your stakeholders to create that actionable focus....
Reading
19 videos (Total 95 min), 1 lecture, 3 quiz
Video19 vidéos
You, the Product Manager5 min
Why Is a Product Never a Product?6 min
You and Your Customer4 min
You and Your Design Team4 min
You and Your Development Team4 min
Product Manager vs. Product Owner8 min
Greg Cohen on PM vs. PO?8 min
What Is Data Science?3 min
You and Your Data Science Team6 min
Meet Enable Quiz, Our Startup Company Example3 min
You and Your Consulting and/or Support Team5 min
Focal Tool: The Customer Journey4 min
Nastia Root on Creating a Strong Interface with Support4 min
You and Your Sales and Marketing Team7 min
You and Your Finance/Accounting and Legal Teams4 min
You and Your Project Manager3 min
You and Your Management Team4 min
Week 1 Takeaways1 min
Reading1 lecture
Course Overview & Requirements10 min
Quiz3 exercices pour s'entraîner
Practice Quiz on the #Winning PM9 min
Practice Quiz on Many Areas, One Focus21 min
Week 1 Final Quiz30 min
Semaine
2
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3 heures pour terminer

Using Today's Product Management Methods

You’ve probably heard that the days of ‘build it and they will come’ are over. But what exactly should you be doing instead? There’s no shortage of material out there on how to be innovative--but you only have so much time. This week we’ll step through the method’s today’s most successful product managers are using and give you tips to “sell” those methods to your stakeholders. We’ll also show you how to analyze growth, engagement and monetization using qualitative and quantitative methods. You’ll finish the week with an understanding of which methods to apply when and hear from practitioners who are using these methods to make breakthrough products. ...
Reading
20 videos (Total 113 min), 4 quiz
Video20 vidéos
What Kind of PM Are You?3 min
Methods and PMs8 min
Agile and Product Management7 min
Design Thinking and the Product Manager6 min
Lean Startup and the Product Manager9 min
Managing Habits: Trigger and Action5 min
Managing Habits: Variable Reward and Investment5 min
Nir Eyal on Managing Habits6 min
User Story Mapping for Product Managers7 min
Prototyping for Product Managers5 min
Usability Testing for Product Managers4 min
Collaborating with Enterprise Customers--Tips 1-48 min
Collaborating with Enterprise Customers--Tips 5-93 min
David Bland on Avoiding the Product Death Cycle2 min
Shaping Your Funnel Part 14 min
Shaping Your Funnel Part 26 min
Managing a Product with Hardware5 min
Making Time to Do Things Right3 min
Week 2 Takeaways4 min
Quiz4 exercices pour s'entraîner
Practice Quiz on Solving the Right Problem12 min
Practice Quiz on Creating the Right Solution6 min
Practice Quiz on Applications in Product Management12 min
Week 2 Final Quiz20 min
Semaine
3
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2 heures pour terminer

Exploring a New Product Idea

Something on the order of 9 out of 10 new products fail. Those sound like daunting odds, but through disciplined exploration an effective PM knows how to make even the improbable probable. This week we’ll show you how to apply your understanding of modern PM methods to exploring new product ideas. We’ll step through customer discovery, idea testing/validation, early development, and business model design. By the end you’ll have a durable process you can both execute and communicate to your team. ...
Reading
13 videos (Total 73 min), 4 quiz
Video13 vidéos
Learning vs. Scaling7 min
The Importance of Good Enough: "Cooped Up" MVPs8 min
The Importance of Good Enough: "Greener Air" MVPs7 min
Non-Titular Product Managers min
David Chait on Non-Titular PMs5 min
Horizons of Growth5 min
Corporate Innovation Pipeline5 min
Creating a Healthy Innovation Pipeline6 min
David Bland on New Ventures Inside the Corporation8 min
Business Model Design I: Proposition Design5 min
Business Model Design II: Customer Journeys6 min
Week 3 Takeaways2 min
Quiz4 exercices pour s'entraîner
Practice Quiz on Learning vs. Scaling18 min
Practice Quiz on Innovating in the Corporation6 min
Practice Quiz: From Proposition to Business Model6 min
Week 3 Final Quiz: Exploring a New Product Idea30 min
Semaine
4
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3 heures pour terminer

Amplifying an Existing Product

If you want a product that does more than make a big splash, you’ll need to apply what you’ve learned here every week, every sprint to keep that product fresh and relevant. It’s not hard to let a great product get sidetracked and become irrelevant to its users--this happens all the time. Some figures show the portion of features on successful products that are regularly used to be well under 50%. Yikes! In this week, we’ll look at how successful product managers keep their products fresh and focused on valuable outcomes for their users. You’ll learn how to put a focused, sustainable, program in place to keep your product competitive. ...
Reading
19 videos (Total 105 min), 3 quiz
Video19 vidéos
Identifying Business Model Types5 min
Business Model Design III: Delivery and Execution6 min
Tamara Carleton on Strategic Foresight6 min
The Trouble with New Features3 min
The Importance of Good Enough: Seedling Features5 min
Actionable Analytics5 min
Eric Qi Dong on Disciplined Analytics for the Product Manager7 min
Kiran Kadambi on Structuring Problems in Product Management13 min
Applying Data Science5 min
Andrew Kritzer on Data Science for the MBA6 min
Jim Rose on Continuous Integration and Delivery7 min
Jim Rose on Monolithic Architectures and Microservices4 min
Managing a Channel or Modality1 min
Nastia Root on Being a Growth PM5 min
It's Not a Meeting l5 min
It's Not a Meeting II7 min
Roadmap?6 min
Course and week close: Let's Not Make This Good-Bye min
Quiz3 exercices pour s'entraîner
Practice Quiz: Focused Tuning and Testing15 min
Practice Quiz: Driving Growth through Focus15 min
Week 4 Final Quiz30 min

Enseignant

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Alex Cowan

Faculty & Batten Fellow
Darden School of Business

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