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Essentials of Product Management

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Essentials of Product Management

Slides from the 'Essentials of Product Management' workshop at General Assembly in London, June 2013

ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP

The first step in making an idea reality is to understand product management. There is a huge amount of work between the idea stage and the coding stage, and this Saturday workshop will help you understand what needs to be accomplished.

We will start the day off by learning what the product management role encompasses and what the managing process is like. We'll also cover a product's feasibility and the various stages of—and ways to approach—the product development process. Through group work and hands-on practice, we'll look at the MVP (Minimum Viable Product) philosophy to test and validate your plans, and move on to identify the other more technical tools needed to start and evaluate the building process.

TAKEAWAYS

Part 1: The Product Manager role & the Product Management Process
Part 2: The Customer and MVP

- Learn to break an idea into its primary parts to assess product feasibility
- Explain the purpose and process of building an MVP
- Identify various ways to build and learn from an MVP
- Evolve an MVP to reach product/market fit
- Determine if product/market fit has been achieved for a product

Some slide content courtesy of Simon Cast, John Eikenberry, and General Assembly

Slides from the 'Essentials of Product Management' workshop at General Assembly in London, June 2013

ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP

The first step in making an idea reality is to understand product management. There is a huge amount of work between the idea stage and the coding stage, and this Saturday workshop will help you understand what needs to be accomplished.

We will start the day off by learning what the product management role encompasses and what the managing process is like. We'll also cover a product's feasibility and the various stages of—and ways to approach—the product development process. Through group work and hands-on practice, we'll look at the MVP (Minimum Viable Product) philosophy to test and validate your plans, and move on to identify the other more technical tools needed to start and evaluate the building process.

TAKEAWAYS

Part 1: The Product Manager role & the Product Management Process
Part 2: The Customer and MVP

- Learn to break an idea into its primary parts to assess product feasibility
- Explain the purpose and process of building an MVP
- Identify various ways to build and learn from an MVP
- Evolve an MVP to reach product/market fit
- Determine if product/market fit has been achieved for a product

Some slide content courtesy of Simon Cast, John Eikenberry, and General Assembly

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  2. 2. the role of a product manager is to discover a product that is valuable, usable and feasible “ ” Marty Cagan, Inspired: How To Create Products Customers Love
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  44. 44. Fact : In the real world, most companies do too much development and spend too much money too early “ ” Fred Destin, Atlas Ventures
  45. 45. Most start ups fail because they didn’t develop their market - not because they didn’t develop their product “ ” Steve Blank, Author of Four Steps to the Epiphany
  46. 46. Products today – it’s not some product manager that has an epiphany. That’s not how it works. Product, design, engineering, [work] side by side. “ ” Marty Cagan, Silicon Valley Product Group
  47. 47. We own the process. The process doesn't own us. We call it Agile Jazz. “ ” Tom Loosemore, Gov.uk
  48. 48. Don’t fail fast. learn fast “ ” Tom Chi, Google X

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