What will you learn?
Introduction to product management
Launch & iteration
Excelling in product management
Benefits and structure
The aim is to provide a theoretical framework for participants to build practical skills by proposing changes to existing products, creating solution wireframes, testing designs, and making decisions in high-uncertainty situations. Every participant will leave this course with their product portfolio in hands that can serve as a valuable example of product skill set for the future career opportunities.
The course will equip participants with Product Sense & Execution, not only Product Manager skills, so they could take their performance to the next level in any role by estimating and clearly communicating opportunities, ruthlessly prioritizing, and pursuing the best user experience in every decision-making step.
Is this course for me?
The Product Management course is a great choice for:
● professionals with working experience aiming to become Product Managers;
● Junior Product Managers aiming to strengthen their PM foundations;
● people aiming to incorporate better product management practices into their company, whether it is a startup or an established company.
Experienced product management devotees from top Lithuanian startups.
Lukas works as a Product Manager at Vinted, where he strives to understand what does great shipping experience for users means and how to...
Dominyka studied international business in Rotterdam, then started her career in the Netherlands. After trying several different areas of marketing, she became interested in...
Having once tried to be a UX designer, Justas eventually found himself in the role of product manager. First at Trafi, then at TransferGo,...
A long-time Product Manager at Vinted who has grown with and helped grow a group of Product Leaders who successfully build Vinted and beyond....
For more than 10 years, Gediminas has been working in the field of conversion optimization and product development, helping representatives of various industries to...
Arnas is a Product Manager at Vinted, one of the most successful startups in the country. His driving forces are monetisation, strategy and growth.
Miglė started her career as a business consultant-analyst. Then she took this experience to other companies where she worked on process optimization and business...
Rytis started working with product design five years ago. The user experience specialist started his career at the mobility startup Trafi. There, he still...
Mindaugas is a seasoned professional with a unique journey. With an educational background in physics and business management, his career started in IT project...
After a master’s degree in communications, Antanas started his product management career. The majority of his experience comes from building B2B products in international...
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During the course, we got a broad overview of the product manager role from a variety of experiences. The enthusiasm of the course leaders to share both their experience and to talk about their product and the problem it solves was particularly noticeable. What I liked most were the teachers who shared their personal, very specific experiences and product (failure) stories. All the presented theoretical material is well summarized and arranged in slides, which will be used and opened when I want to delve into one or another topic when a similar situation occurs in practice. Overall, the course was a good set, where the lessons flowed from each other. In summary, I would rate it as suitable for both those completely new to the product journey and a great refresher for those already experienced. The main takeaway I took away from the course is that the purpose of the product manager role is to identify the most important problems to be solved for your audience and to put together a winning strategy.
Since my school days, I have dreamed of establishing a community that would have a positive impact on the world around me. While working as a programmer in a product team, I saw that product managers are a part of the community that controls the levers of influence, which made me want to try this position myself. I was pleasantly surprised that I didn’t have to look far for opportunities, as The Atomic Garden was just recruiting for its first class of people who wanted to become Product Managers. What I expected from the course was a demystification of the producer role, heated discussions with teachers, and feedback-dominated mentoring. Expectations met. I know the difference between a Project and a Product Manager, I managed to pit teachers against each other, and I don’t even know where to put the amount of feedback I received from mentors and teachers. As someone with a fairly high quality standard, I was pleased with the competence of the teachers and the level of knowledge of their craft. The most important thing is that they did not lack empathy, which is especially important in the training of new knowledge and skills. During the course, we went through the product cycle, taking away 3 practical works that you can put in your portfolio. The teachers kept sharing different career stories with us. It was very useful in forming a multifaceted perspective of working in product companies.
Build a solid product management foundation - from indicating a problem and determining opportunity size to conceiving, developing, testing, and scaling a solution.
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