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Introduction to Product Management

Product Management One-Liners (credit to mentors) What is a product?

Why do we build Products?

Who do We Build Products for?

What drives a successful product effort?

Why customer obsession is crucial to product success?

What are the ingredients of customer obsession?

Who represents customer inside organization?

How do product managers defend customers interest?

How product managers gain a nuanced grasp of customers?

How is the role of a product Manager unique?

What is Day in the life of a product manager like?

What are the skills required of a Product Manager?


Product Management One-Liners (credit to mentors) What is a product?

Why do we build Products?

Who do We Build Products for?

What drives a successful product effort?

Why customer obsession is crucial to product success?

What are the ingredients of customer obsession?

Who represents customer inside organization?

How do product managers defend customers interest?

How product managers gain a nuanced grasp of customers?

How is the role of a product Manager unique?

What is Day in the life of a product manager like?

What are the skills required of a Product Manager?


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  1. 1. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Introduction to Product Management
  2. 2. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager mcoach Product Excellence. Simplified
  3. 3. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager About us At mcoach we are passionate about helping startups, enterprises build great SaaS products that make people’s lives easier. Winning Digital Products require the perfect blend of discovery, definition and delivery. Integrating customer obsession and continuous improvement requires an empathetic, agile and lean thinking. Converting ambiguity into a tangible plan requires a constant divergence and convergence. Conscious design thinking in every aspect of product development requires an well integrated cross functional team of designers, developers and business executives.
  4. 4. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Skills & expertise problem framing Human experience Problem Solving Product Design
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  6. 6. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Very few things unite us as global citizens. Unhappiness tops the list. We humans believe that the route to contentment, comfort, satiety, warmth, peace and happiness passes through right choices, decisions and experiences.
  7. 7. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager According to psychologists, Seeking new, making progress, getting recognized are self therapies we seek to overcome inabilities and discontentment. Are you wondering “Why are we talking psychology ?”
  8. 8. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager A product is a mechanism to transfer visionary efficiencies to other people and help them overcome constraints impeding progress. A product is a bundle of distinct experiences a customer would like to ideally have in a specific context as they go about with their lives.
  9. 9. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager A product is a tool to connect human beings and facilitate progress in their lives. It is an intermediary between the people who create it and the people who consume it.
  10. 10. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Full Playlist https://bit.ly/2V16cJp
  11. 11. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager A product represents different things to different groups of individuals. 1. As a user, you look at it as a bundle of change, 2. As a buyer you look at it as a bundle of value,
  12. 12. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 3. As a decider you look at it as a bundle of outcomes, 4. As a visionary you look at it as a bundle of opportunity, 5. As an technologist you look at it as innovative engineering, 6. As a Designer you look at it as an ideal solution,
  13. 13. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 7. As a marketer you look at it as a bundle of benefits, 8. As a investor, you look at it as a bundle of profits, Each of these stakeholders are looking to fulfill the objectives of their job
  14. 14. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 1. We build products to make each of these stakeholders progress in their Lives 2. We build products to broadbase capability and democratize outcomes. 3. We build products to maximize benefits and minimize errors. 4. We build products to fulfill the expectations of these stakeholders dependents.
  15. 15. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 5. We build products because the alternate is an untenable situation that deteriorates our quality of life. 6. We build products because we see a significant group of people are clueless in the face of a debilitating impediment.
  16. 16. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 7. We build products because we are able to anticipate something based on scientific insights and creative instincts. “Our job is to figure out what customers are going to want before they do.” - Steve Jobs.
  17. 17. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Full Playlist https://bit.ly/2Ueleyf
  18. 18. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager World is filled with only 2 kinds of people. Proactives and Reactives. Reactives are those who care because they need to. Proactives are those who care because they want to.
  19. 19. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager As a customer you are defined by the need. It’s ok to be reactive. As a creator you are defined by the want. Be Proactive.
  20. 20. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager We build products to satiate the needs of our customer’s (decider and user). We don’t build products to satisfy our stakeholders (investors, employees).
  21. 21. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Full Playlist https://bit.ly/2HIHWbZ
  22. 22. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager “We start with a customer need and work backwards” - said Jeff Bezos of Amazon. Successful products are made by integrated teams with a sole mission to please particular types of people with same needs.
  23. 23. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager To fulfill their needs in exclusion of everything else. Ultra successful companies like Amazon call it as customer obsession, Customer Obsession is the Science and Art of being proactive with your customer. Anticipating their needs and innovating on their behalf.
  24. 24. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Customer obsession is about tireless listening to their verbal and non verbal feedback. Customer obsession is about grasping their unpredictable behavior.
  25. 25. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Customer obsession is about identifying outlier patterns within populations. Customer obsession is about anticipating and eradicating friction in their process, tasks, activities.
  26. 26. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Full Playlist https://bit.ly/2utTyal
  27. 27. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager There are many ways for an organization to flourish. You can be very successful company by being product obsessed, competitor obsessed, technology obsessed, business model obsessed and market obsessed.
  28. 28. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Any of the above methods can help you achieve your business goals. Customer Obsession empowers you to reach market leadership in a healthier way.
  29. 29. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Customer Obsession Prepares you to adapt against constantly changing needs, wants and expectations. Customer Obsession propagates the attitude, structure and processes to invent and pioneer on behalf of the customer.
  30. 30. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager “Get closer than ever to your customers. So close that you tell them what they need well before they realize it themselves.” - Steve Jobs, All companies claim to be customer obsessed. Reality is different. Aspiration is good. Sustained customer centric action is the only way to a higher share of revenues.
  31. 31. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Full Playlist https://bit.ly/2HV3od7
  32. 32. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager A mindset that is attuned to always deliver deliver disproportionate value to the customer An attitude that goes beyond the obvious, anticipates expectations and sets customer delight as the pursuit.
  33. 33. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager A leadership that measures performance based on strengths of relationships as indicated by customer engagement, customer retention, customer advocacy and customer churn. A culture of leveraging persistent user research and user feedback to gather insights and develop new ideas for the customer.
  34. 34. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager A knowledge base that accumulates the minutest of customer details into customer maps so as to grasp the full customer journey. A process that is instituted to pursue sustained Listening, ruthless Experimentation, rigorous Invention and Continuous Validation.
  35. 35. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager A team that is comfortable with change, nimble in its structure and is organized to adapt to customer evolution. An Operation that is capable of collecting full spectrum customer interaction data, armed with tools to analyze strategic and tactical perspectives and a decision making pipeline that prioritizes these insights across the organization.
  36. 36. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Full Playlist https://bit.ly/2Wsimv5
  37. 37. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Addressing real buyer pain points, is the only way to develop products customers love. This is possible only when we can infuse customer voice at every step of the product development process.
  38. 38. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager In fact, companies like amazon go to the extent of having an empty chair reserved for customers in meetings as they seek to imbibe customer consciousness among product leaders. A Product Manager holds forte as the voice of the customer.
  39. 39. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Unbiased advocate of the customer needs based on different types of User Research. Leverages insights from Qualitative, Quantitative and Behavioral methods to grasp customer context. Combines inquiry with observation to unearth the underlying pain.
  40. 40. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Full Playlist https://bit.ly/2Wsiz1l
  41. 41. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Getting to know your users is a never ending task. It is the only activity that lasts the whole cycle of discovery, definition, development and Delivery.
  42. 42. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Structuring a mechanism to collect, organize and act on feedback. Ability to distinguish signal from noise is a key skill for Product Managers. Product Managers rely on insights from design research studies like contextual inquiry, market research like surveys, customer feedback through support centers,
  43. 43. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager customer engagement through web analytics and embedded software usage analytics from the product to inform product management decisions. Uses these information to Identify and Validate the strategic priority of needs.
  44. 44. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Categorizes them tactically along unworkable, unavoidable, urgent and underserved buckets so as to figure out the desirability. Funnel that knowledge to remove status quo and establish a new normal by building a new product or improving an existing product.
  45. 45. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Full Playlist https://bit.ly/2OvC5aL
  46. 46. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Product Manager are keen to get to detailed analysis of the decision making process. They break down the customer monolith into its constituent parts. They are sensitive to the idea of Decision Making Unit of customers.
  47. 47. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager They grasp various customer roles of Influencer, Decider, Buyers and Users to gain a better perspective. Product managers ask a lot of questions wherein they seek to narrow down the common denominator of shared interest with customer DMU’s.
  48. 48. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager What ratio of effort should go into researching the different types? What point in the development process should i focus on knowing users?
  49. 49. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager What changes do we require in order to accommodate new need groups? what are our core customer segments? What pain points each segment have?
  50. 50. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager What features would alleviate pain points? Is the feature desirable to the customer team? What changes do we require in order to accommodate new need groups?
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  52. 52. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager A Product Manager is a key role in a company. Some industry leaders also refer to them as the CEO of the product. They are accountable for building the right product and delivering the product right. For both effectiveness and efficiency.
  53. 53. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager In the process they are also responsible for the vision, strategy, roadmap, and feature definition of the product or portfolio. Depending on size of the company, stage of its growth, maturity of the product, business model and organizational structure the roles and responsibilities of PM vary dramatically
  54. 54. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager A Product Manager is the hub of a wheel that holds the internal organization together. A People Person. He is obsessed with assembling best teams, evangelizing their needs and empowering them with resources to excel in their spheres.
  55. 55. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Every organization is structured differently. Functional, program oriented, and Skill driven teams are typical examples. Irrespective of how they are organized, each individual operates with personal and professional goals tied to their context.
  56. 56. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Brimming with ideas, suggestions, requests and complaints, they seek to and need to have a say in how products are built. A product manager gets to interact with legal, sales, marketing, industry analysts, business development, technology, CXO’s, data analysts, user researchers,
  57. 57. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager user experience designers, security experts, customer success, customer support and finance on various disciplines that will impact the product launch. A product manager compiles, consolidates and cross pollinates ideas from all disciplines of the organization.
  58. 58. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager As a master facilitator, product manager brings together ideas from various stakeholders and disciplines. possess the capability to 1. Bring together customers, partners to pursue a shared objective 2. Works backwards from impact to the product epics, stories and features
  59. 59. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 3. review technical and marketing content for relevance to the audience. 4. Acquires competitive intelligence leveraging all types of research 5. Gathers, assembles and presents information to support business case
  60. 60. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager As a general manager of the product, he is expected to assemble the right team and empower them with frameworks, models, process, tools and techniques. 1. Being thoughtful about the purpose to change. 2. Selecting the type of environment (startup, enterprise, remote) you wish to operate
  61. 61. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 3. Being conscious of the unique perspective you bring to the role in a b2b or b2c 4. Acquiring the skills needed, tapping into the larger network of experts and mentors. 5. Demonstrating curiosity to learn different work needs 6. Being articulate about your opinions and sharing best practices.
  62. 62. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager As a Problem Solver, you are expected to spend time thinking through the problem and then convert them into a problem hypothesis statement that resonates with the wider organization. 1. People are driven by instincts, insights, prospects or competitors in the identification of solutions.
  63. 63. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager First case we call visionaries, the second case we call innovators, the third case we call purposeful and the fourth we call imitators. 2. Real solutions to customers problems happen when a product manager brings together all the traits and apply them in a unique composition to the specific scenario at hand.
  64. 64. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 3. Blended thought process is the source of effective problem definition. This is possible only when product managers can overcome their years of learning and training in structured problem solving. 4. Being comfortable solving ill structured problems that have little or no precedence is the hallmark of great product managers.
  65. 65. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 5. For most of the time, a product manager is in a constant state of uncertainty listening to evolving customer needs, stakeholder expectations, competitor moves and generating options. Irrespective of what you do on a day to day basis, The Heart Of Product Management Is Finding and Solving Problems.
  66. 66. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Full Playlist https://bit.ly/2HSjFQ9
  67. 67. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Day in the life of a Product Manager entails many things depending on the growth of organization. You might be managing existing product or portfolio, You might be working to improve revenue via an optimal pricing strategy.
  68. 68. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager You might be tasked to Provide realistic customer acquisition forecast. You might be working with design and business teams to create presentations & data sheets. Some of the common day to day activities are 1. Catch up on Team, Stakeholder and Customer Communication via all channels.
  69. 69. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 2. Setup calls with existing customers to understand their experience and find ways to improve it. 3. Orient yourself to learn about market knowledge, insights and thought leadership.
  70. 70. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 4. Evaluate product against market needs and explore new themes for enhancing customer delight. 5. Provide inputs to construct an ideal customer profile and persona
  71. 71. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 6. Keep oneself organized to attend to cross functional meetings requests 7. Respond to support team requests for validating customer problems or review escalations
  72. 72. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 8. Updating Fellow PM’s about what’s happening in your team and take counsel on improvement 9. Preparing for Product Review meetings with stakeholders to discuss performance.
  73. 73. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 10. Keeping tab of Project Management Deliverables via Task Tracking Software 11. Testing internal releases of product for edge test cases and user experience flaws.
  74. 74. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 12. Joining Stand up meetings with cross functional stakeholders to grasp asks and mitigate blocks 13. Working with usability testing teams to review new prototypes or product features.
  75. 75. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 14. Organizing scrum stand up meetings for agile delivery teams with Product Owners. 15. Managing Product Backlogs and Prioritizing features that accelerate customer impact
  76. 76. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 16. Working with legal teams to mitigate any risk of lawsuits with product launch. 17. Developing Product Requirements documents detailing the various constraints of feature operation
  77. 77. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 18. Develop or Review Content collaterals to communicate product benefits. 19. Reviewing and Enhancing Press Release to support feature launches
  78. 78. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 20. Identify opportunities, Validate necessity, align stakeholders and convince decision makers to invest in the opportunity. 21. Inspire, motivate, influence and coach cross functional peers to make decisions in the best interests of the customers.
  79. 79. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 22. Take ownership of a lot of dirty work so that everyone in the team is unblocked to perform his job. 23. Use the product like an expert user to grasp the friction and work with engineering to proactively resolve it
  80. 80. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 24. Set expectations and establish workflow with teams for delegation and decision making 25. Attends learning and networking events with the single purpose to improve customers lives by grasping their reality, constraints and experiences
  81. 81. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 26. Offers continuous customer orientation trainings for design, technology and business functions to propagate and assimilate customer insights. 27. Brings together key members of the team, facilitates in depth conversations, identifies decision alternatives that have most positive impact on stakeholders.
  82. 82. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 28. Works with marketing and sales teams to improve win ratios by optimizing qualification and conversion metrics based on evolving grasp of customer persona. 29. Keeps a tab on product operational metrics includings financial results on a regular basis to quantify the output and outcomes
  83. 83. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 30. employ the right analytics tools to access relevant data and enlist the support of data scientists for deeper analytics 31. snap screenshots and sketch wireframes for feature ideas that I had talked about with a designer
  84. 84. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Full Playlist https://bit.ly/2UcVF0K
  85. 85. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager What are the skills required of a Product Manager ? 1. Listening 2. Communication
  86. 86. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 3. Influence 4. Presentation 5. Organization 6. Data analysis
  87. 87. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 7. Strategic thinking 8. Persuasion 9. Innovation 10. Creativity
  88. 88. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 11. Product insight 12. Estimation 13. Market Knowledge 14. Emotional intelligence
  89. 89. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 15. Empathy 16. Active listening 17. Critical thinking 18. Structured thinking
  90. 90. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 19. Design thinking 20. Problem finding 21. Problem solving 22. Experimentation
  91. 91. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager 23. Collaboration 24. Communication 25. Decision making 26. Business acumen.
  92. 92. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Product Manager channels Instagram Prodiva.us Facebook mcoach.in Youtube mcoach
  93. 93. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Personalized Product Mentoring Transition into Rockstar PM
  94. 94. B2B - Enterprise - Integrated Product Design - Product Management Course - Digital SaaS - Introduction - Manager Contact mcoach mohammed@mcoach,in www.mcoach.in

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