Great Product Manager: Product Management by a Big Tech’s PM
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12 reviews for Great Product Manager: Product Management by a Big Tech’s PM
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Opeyemi Lawal –
The class was very clear whereby u ll understand d lesson being taught nd be able to make use of it
Rajat Srivastava –
I saw a few bad reviews on this and was sceptical about joining. However, I took a leap of faith and am more than satisfied with it.
I do have a few suggestions if you want to take a look:
1. The course title seems a little vague to me. I understand I can look into the contents and gather an idea but again most of the PM courses have had similar content headings/sections. I really found the practical approach to being a PM in an organisation insightful during the course.
2. Another point I’d like to make is that it would be really helpful if you could add solved exercises after each module. I see you have a course-long activity where we can build a product from scratch and keep applying the knowledge as and when we learn those topics but for a beginner like me, I feel lost when you ask me to “write a testing plan for your selected product” 😀
The quizzes in my opinion validate my understanding (blame it on the education system but I feel confident when I’m right). I understand your ways to help us build a product but maybe keep both solved and unsolved exercises ?
3. Finally, for the love of god, please do something about the intro/outro music. 😀 It’s a tiny bit annoying to hear them each time.
All in all, it is worth the time and effort. Looking forward to sharing with you my job announcement for an APM/JPM role as soon as I get one.
Khadijah . –
I did not expect to take away so much from a single course. And I am quite ecstatic to apply all that I have learned in my new role. The instructor goes above and beyond to deliver the lectures effectively and the resources and exercises, when done, will help you put all you’ve learned together.
I will write a more detailed review in the article I’m working on as my project. All in all, thank you Dr. Bart.
PS: if you encounter difficulty in any of the chapters, the resources provided in it are invaluable (books and links to articles). I went down a rabbit hole doing research on specific aspects for more in-depth knowledge and I am happy I chose the PM path.
Tekla Kiss –
I liked how we were able to see the big picture through the first step to thinking about becoming a product manager to actually becoming one. Also we could understand what would be our task and what should not bother our time. Thank you for your videos, it was a good way of learning.
Andres Moya –
I was expecting much more detail on the Product Manager daily work. Find good tips and good ways of managing a product during the life cycle
A great course and towards the end he show’s different routes to PM which I also found useful. Lots of useful content and excellent value.
Nicky van Uden –
The most well-rounded course I’ve found on being a Product Manager. To the point, well thought out and practical. You can use this directly in your day to day work as a product manager, this give me a lot of tips and tools to do my job better.
Utsav Bhatt –
As I’m a Graduate student , this course provided me with lot of new concepts and was good overall.
Milda Vyštartienė –
Watched a few other courses about product management, but this one was very thorough and informative. Lecturer shared very good insights from his own experience and explained everything in a very simple way. Worth every $
Mert Karademir –
I like how the instructor approaches to the subjects. I do not know if this course would be valuable for an experienced PM, but I am sure that is great for a beginner PM like me. Thanks for everything!
Offers a really good intro into product management with a good definition of what it is and what it does. I also like the focus on how to break into it since it isn’t always clear how to (particularly chapter 17 with the radar plots was a nice visualisation of it).
A lot of it comes down to communication skills and leadership. Perhaps if there isn’t a topic in the course, resources and books recommended might be helpful? There’s a lot out there on those topics but any guidance is good
Nastassia Ramanchuk –
good course, but it would be great if it could be a little bit shorter and more concentrated. It was not easy sometimes to hold the attention.