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In this course you’ll learn how to make UX a key component of your product skill set. We’ll show you how to effectively collaborate with UX designers, and how to run the show solo if need be. You’ll learn how to identify areas of opportunity, validate solutions with users, and communicate designs with development.
Our celebrated origins course, created by working product managers to help you approach problems and collaborate with team members like a truly great PM. Expect short, fun videos and worksheets, free of unnecessary jargon or 101 basics.
Learn how to size your market, research what your competitors are doing, identify the major trends in your market, and pull this information together to make a compelling business case.
Have you ever been overwhelmed by developer jargon? Or felt the pain of balancing priority with feasibility? This course will teach you the basics of common technology patterns and how to work with developers.
We’re tackling Product Strategy and Roadmaps in one super-sized course. Getting to a Product Strategy requires a synthesis of lots of information, including market research, user research, internal data and metrics, and financials. We’ll show you how to craft a strong product strategy to help you achieve your company’s vision and strategic intents. Then, find out how to effectively construct outcome-oriented roadmaps for your product, and build company-wide roadmaps to establish organizational alignment.
Validate your qualitative data and dig deeper into the “why” behind your quantitative metrics. Learn to deliver evidence-based insights to inform the direction of your product and answer the question, “What do I do next?”
As a product manager good metrics are key to improving your decision making. Discover how to effectively use metrics to monitor product health, guide product direction, and communicate your product’s status within your company.