Introduction to Agile Product Management
Introduction to Agile Product Management focuses on the techniques product managers use to guide a team through the agile management process. Learners examine the role the product manager plays in an organization and how to apply agile concepts to balance build time, cost, quality, and team morale.
max. 8 weeks
Estimated time per week
What will I learn?
Identify the role of a product manager within the overall organization
Describe the techniques that product managers use to effectively lead a team
Determine feature prioritization and how to organize a team
Identify how to react to unexpected change and guide the team
Develop a plan to manage a design sprint
Create a product vision on an existing product team or for a new product
Evaluate the use of engagement metrics and KPIs
How will I learn?
What support will I receive?
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