Extended Education

Agile Product Management Training

Organization

Pichler Consulting Limited

Trainer

  • Course

    Date: 21 June, 2013
    Location: London, United Kingdom

    Regular Price: £650 plus VAT

    Learn how to combine techniques from Lean Startup, Kanban and Scrum to create innovative products in this hands-on training course.

    "Roman's agile product management course was the most valuable professional training I have participated in for quite a while. Very insightful, practical, thought provoking, and relevant to becoming an effective product owner," says Wolfgang Hilpert, Senior VP and Head of Product Management at SAP AG.

    Entrepreneur Nick Cordrey comments: "On the next day after the course, I put the knowledge straight into practise on my startup. Over the weekend we produced our hypothesis, vision board and scope for the MVP1 prototype, which is now in development! The training really helped us to narrow the scope right down to something measurable."

    This course is also available for onsite delivery. For more details, please contact Pichler Consulting.

     

  • Details

    Date: 21 June, 2013
    Location: London, United Kingdom

    Venue:
    15Hatfields
    15 Hatfields
    London, SE1 8DJ United Kingdom
    http://www.15hatfields.com/

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    Regular Price: £650 plus VAT

    Notes

    Group discount: 10% off regular price for attendees from the same company

    The course starts at 9 am and finishes at 5.30 pm.

    You can pay the fee by wire transfer or cheque.

    The maximum number of attendees is 20.

     

    Prerequisites:

    The participants should have a working knowledge of product management and an agile method such as Scrum or Kanban.
    Reading the following book helps you get ready for the training: Agile Product Management with Scrum, Addison-Wesley 2010.

     

     

  • Agenda

    Entrepreneurship and Product Management

    • The role of product owners and product managers in innovation
    • Plan-driven vs. experimental approaches; Scrum vs. Kanban
    • Setting up a new product development project for success

     

    Experimentation and Learning

    • Inspect and adapt, and build—measure—learn
    • Build to learn: Prototypes, minimal viable products (MVP), and product increments
    • Taking action: Pivot or persevere?

     

    Vision, Product Strategy, and Business Model

    • Capturing the desired user experience with personas, scenarios, and sketches
    • Describing the business model using the business model canvas
    • Visualising the product strategy with the product vision board
    • Employing the product backlog to create falsifiable hypotheses and to drive product development

     

    Product Roadmap Planning

    • Using the product roadmap to align product features, company strategy, and investment decisions
    • Understanding the qualities of a lean product roadmap
    • Creating a steady innovation cadence
  • Who Should Attend

    Product managers, product owners of software products who want to learn more about using lean and agile techniques to create new products. The course is also suited for others interested in innovation including to senior managers, product marketers, entrepreneurs, creative directors, UX designers, and business analysts.