What to Expect From This Course

So you just became a Product Manager. Congratulations!

Perhaps you were a developer who wanted to move into Product Management, perhaps you were an analyst frustrated with only being able to recommend opportunities and not pursue them, or perhaps you were just really good at getting shit done.

The truth is, it really doesn’t matter how you got here, it matters what you do with this amazing opportunity. Product Management is one of the fastest-growing and most exciting jobs in our economy today — okay, maybe I’m a bit biased on that last piece :)

Why is it such a great role? Because by working with your developers and the other teams at your company you have the power to create something from nothing. It’s pure magic.

You now have the power to hear customer feedback, observe actions, and do something about it! You have the power to change the world (one sprint at a time!).

But before we think big, we'll think a little bit smaller.

Let’s think about how you can start most effectively in your new role as a Product Manager.

What are the things you should (and shouldn’t) do in your first 90 days?

Over the past 7 years, I’ve started in many different Product roles at 3 different companies and I’ve seen countless other Product colleagues begin as well.

I’ve seen many strategies work (and even more not work) for getting your feet on the ground, building momentum, and making a major positive impact.

In this course, I'll prepare you to succeed in your new product role with the tactical and problem solving skills you'll need.