12pm - 4.30pm EDT
How can we bring products to market that customers love in a way that is more expedient and more efficient?
This is the role of the product manager. In this course you will learn how to oversee the product lifecycle and create and advance the product strategy – carefully balancing concerns between market conditions, business strategy, and tactical delivery. In doing so you’ll learn how to embrace the needs of all three to add value to your organisation, your stakeholders, and most importantly, your customer.
Through this course, you will build an understanding of the product lifecycle and how to manage the product through its phases. You will learn how to bring the customer voice, competitive analysis, market trends and other knowledge into the organisation to drive better business decisions. You will gain new techniques for communicating your product vision and roadmap as well as a toolkit to deliver better products.
During this course you'll learn how to:
Product Managers, this may include roles such as Product Owners, Senior Product Owners, Director/VP of Product or Business Owner. Often, this role manages other product owners and helps them prioritise their backlogs towards a strategic vision of a whole product that responds to the needs of the customer.
This is an advanced agile course. To get the most out of this course you will need to have completed formal agile training and have some experience in agile delivery. It is recommended that you complete one of the following courses: Agile Fundamentals, Business Agility Foundations, Agile Product Ownership, Enterprise Product Ownership.
ICAgile accredited course: The ICAgile Certified Professional, Product Management is granted on the successful completion of this course. This certification is part of the ICAgile Operating With Agility Track along with our Business Agility Accelerator, Agile Marketing and Agile in HR courses.
This course will contribute 14 PMI® Professional Development Units (PDUs) towards your chosen certification (7 technical hours and 7 strategic hours).