Become a Great Product Manager with Microsoft’s Senior Product Manager

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Original price was: $199.99.Current price is: $59.99.

Do you how to become a (better) Product Manager? Start here! Learn all about the position as well as how to land it. Resume review included!

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  • Over 10 hours of self-paced videos and over 20 exercises
  • Unlimited, lifetime access to he course
  • Content for aspiring and junior Product Managers
  • Free resume review at the end of the course over email or chat
  • Access to a community of over 3000 sitting and aspiring Product Managers
  • Learn all the most important skills and practices of a Great Product Manager
  • Learn practical and actionable lessons based on my own experience (Microsoft, OLX, Stepstone and others)
  • Learn how to find and land your Product Manager position
  • Get real experience by creating your own Product
  • Direct support from me, your instructor, over chat and email
  • 48-hour money-back guarantee if you change your mind!


About the course

Hi! I am Dr Bart Jaworski, Senior Product Manager. For many years, I have been dreaming – just like you – of becoming a highly successful Product Manager. However, one question lingered on me from the first day since I started:

“How to Become a Great Product Manager?”

I dedicated the last 5 years of my life to answering this question and it was all collected for you in this course! Everything you need to know to become a Great Product Manager, from how to craft the right resume, find the job, and then rock it, is all here!

Students of this course have left over 2000 5-star reviews and hundreds of them landed their new Product Manager positions after taking the course. Check out the written and recorded testimonials!

This course is intended for those who are yet to start a Product Management career and people with up to 2 years of experience in Product Management or similar. However, I’m sure you will find plenty of useful practices and techniques or simply different perspectives on some of the challenges you face even if you have more experience.

In any case, be sure to reach out to me or email me, I’m always happy to discuss and answer your questions!

My road to being a Senior Product Manager at Microsoft had been full of unexpected challenges, and I have been forced many times to search for additional resources to help me deal with them. Unfortunately, there had been some aspects of the position that no course or book could have prepared me for, and this is exactly where this course comes in.

Don’t get me wrong. My efforts have resulted in gaining great theoretical and basic knowledge. However, no one has ever told me how to deal with an ineffective team, how to find the right data to perform analyses, or even the basics – what character features and skill set make a great product manager.

Thus, I have this course with over 10 hours of materialsIn it, I will teach you about the position itself but also provide you with practical solutions on how to deal with different setbacks that I had to find out the hard way.

After completing this course, you will be well prepared to:

  • manage any IT product,
  • choose the best improvements for it, and make them a reality with your team,
  • envision the product’s growth for many years to come,
  • build a great product roadmap,
  • change your stale development team into a well-oiled, highly effective machine,
  • find great ideas for your product and support them with the right data,
  • excel in planning an A/B test for any product change and be able to understand its effects,
  • become a great spokesman,
  • conduct engaging meetings and make them highly effective,
  • complete any product management certification. This course provides a certificate as well upon completion!
  • and many more!


With my unique background of 9 years in creating IT products for recruiters and having made a difficult, long journey to a Product Manager, I am qualified to tell you exactly how to replicate this transition. With my recruitment-oriented chapter, I will take you through the whole process of planning your career, starting with building an ideal resume and a LinkedIn profile. I will guide you on how to perform at your best in your potential job interview and start a new product manager position with a BANG. I will also tell you how to successfully launch your own Product and gain first-hand experience in Product Management. This project will help you put all the skills I have given you into the right context and will highly enrich your resume – so that you can land your next dream job more easily!

The course is accompanied by a dedicated Discord channel where I am happy to take follow-up questions and feedback that I will attend to daily. I am also to your ongoing disposition on LinkedIn chat. Apart from this, I offer brand-new bonus classes on the YouTube channel Product’s Digest where I talk about best product management practices and review different product-related articles and stories so that you can easily tell a useful source from a waste of your time. A new video, meant as yet another bonus class, is posted each week!

You are ambitious and full of energy and dreams, but also in need of guidance. I have been there, too. This course is built in a way that will make your journey easier than mine was. By making use of my knowledge and best practices, I hope you will develop your career quicker than I do, and who knows, maybe one day we will meet in the halls of Microsoft’s office and shake hands.

The course also includes a chapter on how to successfully land a job and create your own Product as a side project – an effective way to improve your chances of landing a Product Manager position! If you need it, upon the course’s completion, I’m happy to provide a letter of recommendation that I’ll sign, scan and send to you. I am fondly looking forward to that! Finally – this course is my product. I curate it on an ongoing basis and with every week, every change I make and every feedback I receive, it simply becomes better and better!

Enrol Now!


Chapter 1: Product Manager – understanding the role

• Class 1-01: Who is a Product Manager?
• Exercise 1: Have you ever done any Product Management work?
• Class 1-02: Product Manager’s responsibilities
• Class 1-03: Why choose a Product Manager’s career?

Chapter 2: Traits of a Great Product Manager

• Class 2-01: Communication
• Class 2-02: Data-drivenness
• Class 2-03: Goal-orientation
• Class 2-04: Leadership
• Class 2-05: Problem focus
• Class 2-06: Transparency
• Exercise 2: Rate yourself!

Chapter 3: Product’s big bang – chaos is born

• Class 3-01: Vision
• Exercise 3: Write a Product vision
• Class 3-02: Strategy
• Exercise 4: Write a Product Strategy
• Strategy examples
• Proposal: Consider jumping to Chapter 11
• Class 3-03: Values
• Exercise 5: Conduct a SWOT analysis!
• Class 3-05: SMART framework and OKRs
• Class 3-06: User personas
• Exercise 6: Create user personas!
• Class 3-04: SWOT analysis

Chapter 4: Organizing the work around the Product – Turning Chaos into order 

• Class 4-01: Kanban
• Class 4-02: Agile scrum
• Class 4-03: Product Owner in Agile Scrum
• Class 4-04: Waterfall
• Class 4-05: How to organize
• Exercise 7: Create your own Trello board!
• Exercise 8: Reserve time for your tasks!
• Class 4-06: Day of a Product Manager
• Class 4-07: Delegating
• Exercise 9: Start delegating!

Chapter 5: Communication – sharing the order with others 

• Class 5-01: Stakeholders
• Exercise 10: Map your stakeholders!
• Class 5-02: Managing expectations
• Complimentary reading: History of Cyberpunk 2077 development
• Class 5-03: Emails
• Class 5-04: Communicators
• Exercise 11: Review push notification settings on your phone
• Class 5-05: Meetings
• Class 5-06: Presentations
• Class 5-07: Motivating the team
• Exercise 12: Improve your team’s morale!
• Class 5-08: Resolving conflicts
• Class 5-09: Escalations

Chapter 6: Before the Product development – turning order into work 

• Class 6-01: Ideas
• Exercise 13: Generate 3 product change ideas!
• Class 6-02: Market analysis
• Exercise 14: Analyse the full-screen clock market!
• Class 6-03: Client interviews
• Exercise 15: Conduct a user interview!
• Class 6-04: Strategic thinking
• Class 6-05: Roadmap
• Class 6-06: Value and prioritization
• Exercise 16: Select a task worth pursuing
• Class 6-07: POC
• Exercise 16: Does your selected product change require a POC?
• Class 6-08: MVPs intro
• Complimentary reading: History of Zappos online shoe shop!
• Class 6-09: MVP types
• Exercise 17: Select an MVP type for your selected product change!

Chapter 7: Product development – turning work into product 

• Class 7-01: Backlog
• Example Task document (PRD)
• Exercise 18: Create a task document for your selected product change!
• Class 7-02: Task document (PRD)
• Class 7-03: Managing bugs
• Class 7-04: Technical debt
• Class 7-05: Design
• Exercise 19: Write design requirements for your selected product change!
• Class 7-06: QA and testing
• Exercise 20: Write a testing plan for your selected product change!
• Class 7-07: Analysis
• Class 7-08: Improving development speed
• Class 7-09: Return on investment
• Class 7-10: Product lifecycle
• Class 7-11: The development process

Chapter 8: Live product – finally getting the users to use it!

• Class 8-01: Increment (Basic)
• Exercise 21: Plan the release of your Product change (increment)!
• Class 8-02: Comments and product rating (Advanced)
• Class 8-03: Docs (Basic)

Chapter 9: Data – Understanding the impact of the Product change

• Class 9-01: Data
• Class 9-02: Metrics
• Exercise 22: Select your product and task metrics!
• Class 9-03: How to get the right data
• Exercise 23: Find evidence of the positive impact of gamification on a product!
• Class 9-04: User segmentation and cohorts
• Class 9-05: Presenting the data
• Exercise 24: Select key data and present them on a single slide!
• Class 9-06: Data vs feeling
• Class 9-07: A/B testing
• Class 9-08: Understanding users

Chapter 10: The Product Manager career path

• Class 10-01: Career paths (Advanced)
• Class 10-02: Student to Product Manager (Advanced)
• Class 10-03: Getting promoted to Product Manager (Advanced)
• Your perfect CV checklist
• Example CVs and reviewed version
• Great CV editor
• Exercise 25: Create your Product Manager’s CV!
• Would you like me to review your resume?
• Class 10-04: Your Optimal Product Manager CV
• LinkedIn – additional advice
• Exercise 26: Create your Product Manager’s LinkedIn profile!a
• Class 10-05: Your optimal Product Manager LinkedIn profile
• Job search strategy
• Exercise 27: Identify your job opportunities on the web!
• Class 10-06: How to find the dream job offer?
• Class 10-07: Job search strategies
• Appendix: Basic questions to prepare for before the interview.
• Exercise 28: Prepare your job interview answers!
• Class 10-08: Before the job interview
• After the job interview email template
• Class 10-09: Job interview
• Class 10-10: Typical job interview questions for Product Managers
• Class 10-11: After the job interview
• Class 10-12: The recruitment project
• Class 10-13: Your first week in a new position!
• Class 10-14: Your trial period
• Class 10-15: Before the job anniversary
• Class 10-16: Your first year
• Class 10-17: Annual review
• Class 10-18: Promotion
• Class 10-19: Changing jobs

Chapter 11: Putting your new skills together – Start your own product! 

• Class 11-01: Your own Product
• Class 11-02: Choose your Product
• Class 11-03: Work Scope
• Class 11-04: Goals
• Class 11-05: Vision and Strategy
• Consider creating user personas for your Product!
• Class 11-06: Plan your work
• Class 11-07: Launch and running the product
• Project template

Parting ways (?)

• Final words for the core course
• Course Certificate
• Now what?
• About your instructor
• Book recommendations
• Certification quiz

Additional Classes

• A-01: Project vs product
• A-02: Project Manager vs Product Manager
• A-03: IT vs real products
• A-04: OLX recruitment project – commentary and context
• Class 3-01: Collaboration
• Class 3-02: Confidence
• Class 3-03: Curiousness
• Class 3-04: Data analysis
• Class 3-05: Empathy
• Class 3-06: Learning
• Class 3-07: Listening
• Class 3-08: Passion
• Class 3-09: Prioritization
• Class 3-10: Proactivity
• Class 3-11: Storytelling
• Class 3-12: Technical skills
• Class 3-13: User empathy

Example Videos

Module 1, Class 1: Who is a Product Manager?

Module 2, Class 5: Problem focus

Module 9, class 7: A/B testing

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    Half way through and so far very helpful course and I see myself using this as a framework for my PM goals.

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    Amazing course, covering Product Management from A to Z. Everything has been explained really clearly and the course is easy to follow. Highly recommended to everyone who wants to break into the field.

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    A great way to start your career in PM. Lot’s of tips on how to manage the team and prepare yourself for the many challenges ahead. Great work!

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    Really good course, well structured and loved the chapter about creating a new product. I might just give a shot! Thank you.

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    This course definitely met my expectations. I am CEO of a healthcare startup and have been looking to recruit a Chief Product Officer. I decided to acquaint myself with Product Management discipline and related vocabulary to be able to interview prospect candidates and be able to vet their experience and candidature better. This course is an awesome start for anyone who wishes to transition into Product management career or wants to have product management as a value added skillset in their current profile.

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    It’s around 4-4.5 for the quality of the videos, but Bart compensates that in person by being there to answer all the questions, helping with the CV and making sure I have all I need for my upcoming job search. Kudos for the overall effort!

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    Sehr gut. Danke!

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    A really interesting course about Product Management. The Bonus material about Breaking Into Product Management is particularly useful!

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    This is a course which is very insightful and provide great knowledge about Product Management. Thanks to Mr. Bart for creating such a great content.

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    The course is amazing in terms of the content and how it is explained. It is also continually improved by Dr Bart. Not only that but he is also willing to help the students outside course wise! Thank you for the help and do keep improving and helping more students like me in the future!

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    Looks really good!

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    Incase you’ll are looking for platform to learn about Product Management, this the right place and course to take, the course touches every aspect and it’s well explained

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    Very good course! Was really impressed when a new chapter was added recently – I didn’t think Udemy instructor do that! Thank you so much!

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    Thank you! This is a great a course 🙂

  423. Tranashea Uzoh–

    Highly recommended :)! Lots of useful Product Management day to day tips.

  424. Laurens Slotboom

    Really enjoyed it and learnt a lot!

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    I’m glad I found this course. You will get much more from this if you start this course with some basics under your belt. Special Thanks to the Instructor. I definitely recommend it to my friends

  427. Kundan Kumar

    Well explained

  428. Srikanth

    Good course, covers everything promised in the description!

  429. Carmen Serna

    Solid course. Good introduction to Product Management. It does help to have more than basic knowledge and practical references. Thank you very much 🙂

  430. Angel Cuevas

    This course is a really great one on Product Management as the author is treating everything really basic for anyone to understand easily.

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  438. Gift Eje

  439. Karan Raj Mehta

    Liked the 1st chapter, looking forward to more!

  440. Stephanie Parson

  441. Arshdeep Kaur

    Lots of helpful tips and well structure PM knowledge.

  442. Theodore Siegel

  443. Haryo Edi Wahyupurboyo

  444. Sylwia Karagianni

  445. Tejinder Gill


  447. Pooja Sharma

  448. Krishnabhargav Vittala Subramanya

    You can see how this guy knows his stuff! Dr. Bart easily conveys all his teachings and it’s all easy to understand. Highly recommended!

  449. Ceslovas Beinoravicius

  450. Chrisoula Paraskeua

  451. Hymadpasha Sk


  453. Abhinav Chauhan

    i have some experience in Pm but i have found useful information for me. I recommend this course for juniors pms or even with experiences in Product Management

  454. Sergii Diachuk

  455. Fred Lazio

  456. Stephen McMillan

  457. Aditya Patil

  458. Abdoulie Ndoye

  459. Morty Banks

  460. Syed Muhammad Mazahir Gardezi


  461. Royi Nahum

  462. Fer Díaz Gestal

  463. Zumrud Ahmadova

  464. Rahul Singh

  465. Chidambaram Kandasamy

  466. Bruno Berlin

  467. Ujwal

  468. Stephen Shapiro

  469. Morgan Pottruff

  470. Marcovitch Anat

  471. Asif Bhatti

  472. Zoran

  473. Eshaa Aggarwal

    Bart does a great job reviewing who a product manager is, the role of a PM and how to make it as a PM in the real world. Highly recommend!

  474. Samuel Kamau

  475. Hritika Mehta

  476. Rodrigo Bruner Moda

  477. Naresh NARESH

  478. Joanne Jane

  479. Chiradeep Banerjee

  480. Hari Narayanan S

  481. Jian Lee

    Informative so far. I am a product manager and have a terrible fear of public speaking. Luckily there hasn’t been too much of that as this stage,but I expect that will happen.

  482. Sarah Yock

  483. Yong Jun Pak

  484. Marissa Nicole Ream

  485. Woo-Hoo

  486. Quimcy Dsouza

  487. Harleen Kaur

  488. Jakob Dan


  490. Igor Freidin


  491. Dexter Morgun

    Really good course!

  492. Vitaly Charushin

  493. George Freeman

  494. Rafiat Babayode

  495. Arunasg

  496. Francisco Jr Santos


  497. Paweł Kamiński

  498. Sajeev Roselet

    Clear and simple so far

  499. Pradosh das

  500. Nihan Yazgan

  501. Olga Popova

    So far everything as promised in the course description 🙂

  502. David Otowski

    Very general course. Gives a nice helicopter view on PMing. Knowledge is very practical. Seems a good course to give a sneak peak for someone who want to be a PM or is already working as junior one. Unfortunately course does not give an practical example of the tools and does not dives into one’s at all. EG- mention user personas but does not say anything how to do one or what is important in that tool. As I wrote before. Good sneak peak.

  503. Monica Biden

  504. Tushar Chaudhari


  505. Isabella Belluci


  506. Bob Blocher

    so good so far:)

  507. Funny

  508. Paramita Lahiri

  509. Muhammad Sani Yusuf

  510. Sofya Gyulambaryan

  511. Michael Buscemi

    Dr Bart Jaworski is a highly-engaging speaker, and he breaks down every topic into understandable bites and then builds it all back again to deliver a concept.

  512. Swati Jadhav-Aher


  513. Terrisahe

  514. Venkataraman P

    Really enjoying it 🙂

  515. Marcus Diaz

  516. Ashis Rath

  517. Azeem Imtiaz

  518. Deepak Gupta

  519. Sergey B

  520. Nathan Vidal

  521. Keziah Zhou

  522. Bart

    Yes. It is good match for my current responsibilities.

  523. Ranga Bonthu

  524. Diego de Oliveira Trujillo Geronimo

  525. Kate Burton

  526. Feifei Ding

  527. Bart

    The course got better than I expected, deserving 5 stars

  528. Muhammad Irtaza

  529. Geoffrey Coppin

  530. Gayathri Chandrakumaran

  531. Odufa Joan Aigbokhalia

  532. Mark Best

  533. Sam Kappagantula

  534. Mor Asaf

  535. Rock Lee

  536. Robert Spice

  537. Ivan Ivantsov


  538. D T Kaushik

  539. Chris Kowalsky

  540. Sandor Kovacs

  541. Demetris Demetriou

  542. Maria Camila Velez

  543. Pankaj Jadhav

    It seems to be very good, but so far, 4 videos and only one concept, little bit slow.

  544. Alejandro Perez

  545. Veera Jyothula

  546. Bartosz Woch

  547. Sathyen Govindarajan

    Product Management simplified

  548. Kartikaya Joshi

  549. Harun Ur Rashid

  550. Thileepan Sivanantham

  551. Vaness Marques Figueiredo Molloy

  552. Lizabeth Crall

  553. Urbishnu Sanyal

  554. Rafael Carlos Cerutti de Oliveira

  555. Martyna Franciszka

  556. Andrii Tymchuk

    This course is amazing, I have no experience in PM and this course makes me curious about PM Careers. It’s a very recommended course!

  557. Zen Fanny Parulian Pardosi

    Good so far, practical examples given and easy to understand, looking forward to Core PM Skills in upcoming chapters

  558. Vijaya Varala

  559. Ashish Salvi

  560. Davit Matevosyan

  561. Poulomi Mazumder

  562. Kimberlee Malone

  563. Justice Brown

  564. Johann Ried

  565. Muhammad Moaz AYUB

    The instructor is passionate and knowledgeable about the subject. This is a great course that inspires me to keep on learning.

  566. Zachary Purcer

  567. Ogunro Oriyomi

  568. Aarti Choudhary

  569. Honza Szpalacha

  570. Spyboy

  571. Raghu Kartha

  572. Mike Cave

  573. William Nadella

  574. Parth Gupta

    Good points and honest effort to get PM role understanding and give overview of life of a PM too long .. I lost patience

  575. Guille Songel

  576. Demetrius J. Parker

  577. Bonnie Tailor

  578. Zakaria Moufakkir

  579. Swarnim Sharma

  580. Said Abdurrahman

  581. Victor Frank

  582. Tim.Apple

  583. Anonymized User

  584. Alfred Dafoe

    very useful course, and Bart is very helpful, Thank you

  585. Arthur Lotanna

  586. Dika Ahmad Rojikin

  587. Chime Nelson Chidubem

  588. John Bucks

  589. Ihuoma Kalu

  590. Daniel Manfrim Antonio

  591. Malone Gibson

  592. Rob Sanchez

  593. Marcus Ee

  594. Juan Antonio Novelo Trejo

  595. Mounir Elogbani

  596. Maksym Boitsun

  597. Anonymized User

    This amazing course is curated for those who wants to know the HOW of Product management. So interacting and productive. I would highly recommend this to those who want to get into Product verse.

  598. Aman Kumar

    Thank you Bart so much for this awesome course, it’s very informative and helpful. A big combination of theory and practice with interesting examples and also golden tips on how to solve issues. I really recommend this course to everyone.

  599. Ahmad Mu’azzam

  600. Laszlo Pinter

  601. Ashish Girish

  602. Konstantinos Xeras

  603. James Otter

  604. Simran Koul

  605. Chukwuemeka Ejoh

    It is very engaging. It can help any manager even if he/she is not a product” manager !??”

  606. Malav Joshi

  607. Anonymized User

  608. Beatriz Paredes

  609. Rupam Chatterjee (42610)

  610. Nestor Balce

  611. Joao Víctor de Melo Ferreira de Queiroz

  612. Anonymized User

  613. Rajesh GSN

  614. Anonymized User

  615. Buse Beytekin

  616. Rolanda Alston

  617. Pratik Wankhede

  618. Nishu Choudhary

  619. Rahul Bhingardive

  620. Ahmed Elzemrany

    The instructor sounds like a friend. Thank you for the great job!

  621. Helen Gerasymenko

  622. Amrisha Rajkhowa

  623. Daniel Costa de Oliveira

  624. John Corton

    Bart compiled a great course. Moreover, he created robust Discord environment that can be extremely helpful supplement for students. He explained all details in thorough and professional manner

  625. Volodymyr Reznichenko

  626. Giacomo

  627. Oluwatoni Wole-Fasanya

  628. Isabel Wyrzykowska

  629. Chris Requena

    This course is awesome, very easy to understand and I can’t wait to become an IT PM already. Thanks Bart, this is really beautiful.??

  630. Adeboye Adeyemi Timileyin

  631. Deepali Bajaj

  632. Dan Balmos

  633. Ashmita Chetri

  634. Nikhila Rao

  635. Ashita Roy

  636. Lee Bonzo

  637. Maura Nicholson

  638. Samson Animashaun

  639. Anonymized User

  640. Vinudeep Ramegowda

  641. Megan Dog

  642. Arijit Mondal

  643. Neil

    I am really satisfied with the content and form of these lectures. Well-covered topics related to the PM role. I learned a lot of new things that were missing in other courses.

  644. Dariusz Gruca

  645. Bob Rhino

  646. Abhinav Jain

  647. Wolfgang Reis

  648. Dilay

  649. Victor Saban

    Good answers in Q&A. patience in explaining and great knowledge.

  650. Ali Qolipour

  651. Louis Bobcat

  652. Philip L Arnold

  653. Maryna Kabachenko

    I’m currently working as a Product Owner and this is providing good up-skilling to move up to Product Manager

  654. John Stevenson

  655. Priyam Agrawal

  656. Tarif-Ul-Haque

  657. Charles Down

  658. Xian Shen

  659. Eric Virdeam

  660. Chukwuyenum Jude Adeshina

  661. Dian Ferdinan Tampubolon

  662. Sunny Arora

  663. Anonymized User

  664. Ajay Singh

  665. Raden Fikri Ihza Dwi Nanda

  666. Jared Honda

    Just to appreciate the course , it has been very useful for me , I would like to highlight the dynamic of the sessions , very active , interesting , well organized , and great experience to share

  667. Ossama Mokhtar

    It was good introduction, But what I felt got missed in definition is Product life cycle part.

  668. ritesh srivastava

  669. Maneesha Asundi

  670. Anna Sargsyan

    This is absolutely Great Course and is beginner friendly as well. Just Go for it!

  671. Vitrag Vasa

    The course covers important subjects related with PM and it is a very good reminder of important concepts that needs to put in practice to improve the PM skills.

  672. Nuno Dias

  673. Ronak Gordon

  674. Victoria Echo

  675. Utsav

  676. Ajit Vikram Bhargava

  677. Hemanth K V

  678. Alok

    Thanks so much for the course! So detailed and useful. And thanks for the real examples and life-stories. Recommend!

  679. Deniza Drapchuk

    I’m not yet in really, but i hope i will be fine soon per the explanations going on so far Thank you

  680. Odoi Jim Etornam

  681. Harshit Agarwal

  682. Mary Johnson

  683. Anonymized User

  684. Prabir Kumar

  685. Eric Gilles Isidore SAGNA

  686. Ivan Duke

  687. Billy Adiyatma Putra

  688. David Martínez

    The teacher gave me great insights on how to approach this career!

  689. Michael Kowal

  690. Ivan Lukyanov

  691. Mary Parker

    Great so far, easily understandable.

  692. Sunny Amirize

  693. Veronica Friday

  694. Carolina Dias

  695. Uzor Anne Nwaduba

  696. Jessa Mills

  697. Ankit Tiwari

  698. Abhiranjan

  699. Erol Flynt

  700. Pramod Rajendra

  701. Vikas kapoor

  702. Yashwanthi

    Yes it was good matcg

  703. Pradeep Hiregouder

  704. Nana Yaw Butah

  705. Chirag Sharma

  706. Jandhyala Kadambari Dhanusha

  707. Kamera Nuthan Kumar

  708. Pamela Kevin

  709. Abhijit Mahanta

  710. Linda Hsu

  711. George Vasquese

  712. Tony Banner

  713. Priyanka Jha

  714. Don Daven Christoffer De Chavez Trapal

  715. Prerna Makthal

  716. Hein Kaars Sijpesteijn

    It is going good

  717. Bubathi Muruganantham

  718. Saparja Dey

  719. Mika Hansen

  720. Sachin Sharma

    This course does an excellent job covering the relevant fundamentals of what a product manager is, provides practical advice, and examples to help you conceptualize what you’ve learned and understand it in terms of real-world situations. It is enjoyable to go through and is divided into manageable sections that anyone should be able to make time to cover. Additionally, Bart is incredibly involved and dedicated to your learning and success. I highly recommend it.

  721. Sharon Stevens

  722. Madiraju Raghava Praneeth

  723. Olarinmoye Oluwatobi John

  724. Yücel Şanli

  725. Robert Wolf

  726. Juliusz Małysz

  727. Anchal Sahai

    The course was really engaging with all the elements needed to know about Product Management. I personally learned a lot from the course. Thanks Bart!

  728. William Auclair

  729. Ben Jolie

  730. Arul

  731. Asja Dillet

  732. Seth Gordon

  733. Mani Deep

  734. Mina Guold

  735. Bipasha

  736. Tibebwaila Rwegasira

  737. Elmira Akhatova

  738. Julia Stern

  739. Bruce Grant

    Clean and neat

  740. David Smith

  741. Rahul Singh

  742. Avanthik a

    Bart is a great instructor! He explain every subject in detail. I will recommend this course to some one who doesn’t have any experience in the Product. Course more introductory to the product.

  743. Danny Middle

  744. Alexander Mabrich

  745. Andrea Beaumont

  746. Ramanan Subramanian

  747. Sritam Das

  748. Joao Pedro Guerra Pereira Pedregal

  749. Dorothy Blank

  750. Fangming Dong

  751. Victoria Tran

  752. Rachel Blue

  753. Galya Arami

  754. Dian Charlo Valentine

  755. Arkady Solevov

    It has an amazing experience.

  756. Callistus Ezenwaka

    Thorough definition of PM and what is expected in the role. I, also, especially appreciate the ending regarding to make sure you love PM since it is a very demanding position.

  757. Celine Eden Belete

  758. Tay Wei Cong Shawn

  759. Rachel Garwood

    Become a Great Product Manager by a Great Man!Thank you Bart for this wonderful course!!

  760. Armin Saadati

  761. Prasanna M

    Quite an interesting and informative way of explaining concepts.

  762. Guru Saran Mishra

  763. Jessica Vutto

  764. Abhishek Kumar

  765. Hitakshi Arora

  766. Mandy Jackson

  767. Mersal

  768. Martina Shmidt

  769. Anonymized User

  770. Jean-Luc Puarro

  771. Justyna Rafalska

  772. Maczer

  773. Olatunji Kehinde

  774. Jane London


  775. Fabian Bernhard

  776. Emanuele Calista Caliente

  777. Andrei Wilkinson

  778. Alexa Szabó

  779. Georgios Uzomakis

  780. Wei Suon

  781. Maison Quattromani

  782. Harish marisetty

  783. Jordan Powers

  784. Mario Neapoles

  785. Hina Patel

  786. Anita Cherry

  787. Lucian

  788. Bart

  789. Adedayo Adegoke

  790. Mateusz Radomsky

  791. Anonymized User

  792. Tomas Nemeth

  793. Dan Balmosh

  794. Rick Diaz


  796. Victor River

  797. Jacques Lucy

  798. Nguyen Thanh Nguyet

  799. Emmanuel Eyo

  800. Tracy R Wood

  801. Maurice Uvanda

  802. Anna Bologne

  803. Miles Corkaile

  804. Vlad Kievsky

  805. Jakob Lamarr

  806. Roland Peebo

  807. John Calms

  808. Anonymized User

  809. Andrew Doyle

  810. Ynon Yerusalmi

  811. Ernst Jönsson

  812. Remus Moldovanu

  813. Davis Sebastian

  814. Higo Rudzitis

  815. Moly Parker

  816. Simone Jones

  817. Wang Shunwe

  818. Kosyo Vasilov Tonchev

  819. Neo Metelko

  820. Xu shenwai

  821. Hans Munich

  822. Latshezar Spasov Vasev

  823. Monika Fetingyte

  824. Zita Lakatos

  825. Spiros Foteas

  826. Don Shepard

  827. Villads Winther

  828. Levi Menger

  829. Sandy Priyatna

  830. Marco Sacchetti

  831. Zakiyeh Mousavi

  832. Bart

  833. Dibyendu Bera

  834. Frankie McDonald

  835. Uzumaki Nakamata

  836. Charles O’Mulligan

  837. Harry Bear

  838. Benjaminš Zarinš

  839. Metoda Vidovie

  840. Adriana Tesárová

    I would recommend this course to any PM who would like to reorganize their process. Certainly, you’ll have very interactive support from Bart as he absolutely made this course to provide value for future and current PMs. Above all, after Bart’s support to revise my CV, I got contacted by 3 recruiters for a PM role on LinkedIn, and now I feel that I got the chance to choose the right job for me instead of chasing one blindly. What this course did basically, is that it helped to spotlight and revisit my strength and weaknesses as a PM, and it was so good and relieving to hear an experienced PM sharing his experience in a transparent way. As a result, I was able to reflect on my journey and have more confidence forward. Thank you for this journey, and I wish everyone all the best with their endeavors.

  841. Mouhamad Chamandour


  843. Victor Bach

  844. Marianne Aadland

  845. Olena Kozenko

  846. Anonymized User

  847. Stavroula Matea

  848. Kaja Kuusik

  849. Ezenwa Chinenye

  850. laxminarayan Sanjeev

  851. Mateja Macan

  852. Jan H.

  853. Kalyani V

  854. Cécile Helminger

  855. Milan Shukla

  856. Mitra Ghorbani

  857. Onur Demir

  858. Mona Delvita

  859. Jordana Mendonça

  860. Rita Rossmann

  861. Jasper DeShields

  862. Vasudha Avadhani

  863. Angélica Fonseca

  864. Sopio Basilia

  865. Hwa-Young

  866. Adeola Nti-Azuka

  867. Anika Havek

    so far its good

  868. Ibukun Oyewo

  869. Paromita Mitra

  870. Christoph Marschall

  871. Sonia Kamble

  872. Gunel Vural

    I purchased this course last year since I had just started my PM stint, this course has helped in numerous ways to tackle various aspects of the PM role like product decisions, handling teams etc. Would recommend this to anyone who’s curious about the PM role and has a passion for products.

  873. Kevin Anthony

  874. Daria Grul

  875. Vikas R Agarwal

  876. Matt Purple

    an amazing and well detailed course, I learned a lot from it.

  877. Vaibhav Vats

  878. Tea Salinović

  879. Hak Jung-Yoon

  880. Adriana Lasher

  881. Pelaiah Mpande

  882. Margarita Batura

  883. Angelina Krasteva Kostova

  884. Raksha Rao N

  885. Berit Boyum

  886. Bart

  887. Elle Bude

  888. Manoj Kumar Yadav

  889. Abhinandan Punj

  890. Valentine Eke

  891. Danuta Kowalczyk

  892. Joseph Egbe

  893. Zoe Petraki

    Its amazing course, which have demystified the Product Management in and out to me.

  894. Arun Dhwaj

  895. Matilda Fritag

  896. Allen Frimpong

  897. Susanna Jaakkola

  898. Mélissa Piaget

  899. Pritam Karar

  900. Vinay Aditya

  901. Shan Xhao

  902. Liana Manasaryan

  903. Molnár Laura

    Thank you Dr Bart. I have really learnt so much. recommend this course to every P.M as well as every aspiring P.M

  904. Queen Omotehinse

  905. Eliza Hunter

  906. Elroyd BLAKE

  907. Angela Plohl

  908. Mika Jansonen

  909. Moses Ndimele

  910. Vibin Abraham

  911. Sosi Zohrabyan

    Amazing quality and insightful remarks!

  912. Mateusz

  913. Ivana Grgurev

  914. Le Minh

  915. Rob Jackson

  916. Sabine Deichgräber

  917. Oksana Frunza

  918. Julie Apidopoulos

    Very well explained!

  919. Nira Hamutal

  920. Rakshit grover

  921. Maia MacQuilly

  922. Eya Satouri

  923. Victor Seller

  924. Nakagawa Mika

  925. Magde Armonaite

  926. Farhana Nazneen

  927. Kamna Maheshwari

  928. Jacara Jackson

  929. Akram Mihyar

  930. Blanca Esparraguera

    This cource is very interesting and understandable even for beginner

  931. ?????? ??????

  932. Thomas Lipski

  933. Mauricio Geraud Mercado

  934. Harish Karunakaran

  935. Venkata Ramana Garlapati

  936. Sorine Voinea

  937. Diana Padar

    i love the teaching its very explanatory and easy to understand

  938. Olabiyi Saamuel

  939. Lea Weber

  940. Oskar Puchner

    Bart rocks!

  941. Alexander Amadeo

  942. Francisco Nogueira Amorim

  943. Baron Jesus Alexander Tarazona

  944. Margita Čiliaková

  945. Giovanni Michael Lombardo

  946. Katona Szimonetta

    Very elaborate and insightful in taking you through the PM position. I am a current PM and this has helped to shed more light on a few areas that we don’t necessarily follow within our company.

  947. Alexandra Adhiambo Omolo

  948. Elizabeth Pelton

  949. Lina Soom

    Lots of energy by the instructor, makes me to traverse through the course.

  950. Hari Kishan Doki

  951. Shifa Davis

  952. Jazmín Espinar

  953. Elisabeth Nosbusch

  954. Evelina Morro

  955. Sheeba Stanislas

  956. Gora Živković

  957. Preet Sarang Shailesh

  958. akash singh

  959. Priscilla De Roock

  960. Neeraj Khandelwal

  961. Bart

  962. Mariann Cappelen

    Very easy to follow and understand

  963. Abiodun Omotosho

    Great course.

  964. Mehmet Emin

    I have completed most of best courses in a market from my experience I can say its best product management course in the market its cover all concept just because not having placement opportunities and details assignment and working on live project is missing at end of course its 2nd best course in the world . My soul always feels unsatisfied that something is missing you don’t have good enough knowledge now its finally rest in peace . You cover everything in just 12 hours short course it can be more than 40 hours for practical training include using tools . Your course is very satisfactory sir and its un-valuable everything you teach us I am very thankful from my bottom of ?

  965. Laura Gallo

  966. Maya Eyal

  967. Vinete Niedra

  968. Liang Wu

  969. Subhojit Goswami

  970. Lilit Suqiasyan

  971. Lokesh Arya

  972. Sanjitsil

  973. Lejla Martinović

  974. Rachelle Azéma

    Great course! Bart has clear communication and it was easy to follow. Great insights and practical examples

  975. Kanuj Chaudhary

  976. Anonymized User

    This course is excellent. It provides practical, day-to-day guidance on Product Management, end-to-end. The course material is kept up-to-date. The instructor has even added new sections to enrich this course. Furthermore, this course covers materials not provided in the other PM courses on PM. I know because I have all the others too :-). Section 10 Data – Understanding the impact on the Product change” is one of the key highlights of this course. I recommend this course highly.”

  977. Carlos cardoso

  978. Priyanka Gokhale Bapat

  979. Irisman12

  980. Mugullore Poda

  981. Zachary Anderson

  982. Serapina Deleckiene

  983. Szekeres Fruzsina

    Only saw 2 videos so far so it is early to rate it just yet

  984. Silvana Mangion

  985. Jasna Koren

    Thank you Dr. Bart for a great course, it was very informative, looking forward to your new courses !

  986. Sevim Okur

    The course was subtle and highlighted the keys areas of PM. I look forward to using the same in my career ahead 🙂

  987. Rohit Bhushan Kumar

  988. Olivia Constantinescu

  989. Capucine Aubert

  990. Zuzana Jánošíkov

  991. Sergey Gulyaev

  992. NA NA

  993. Ekaterina Zlatareva

    Good Derivation of Deifinition

  994. Vinod Kumar Chunduru

  995. Anonymized User

  996. Luis Alberto Cano Moreno

  997. Nick Lichtenberg

  998. Andrea Sanvitto

  999. Naomi Heilig

  1000. Szűts Bianka

  1001. Abhinav Kumar singh

  1002. Donna Swanson Smith

  1003. Wei Pang

  1004. Omoreghae osayuki Samuel

  1005. Julia Armengoua

  1006. Florence Vallotton

  1007. Sukanya Bharati

  1008. Shruthi Repally

  1009. Foca La Monica

  1010. Bui Hung Linh ?

    new to PM so all is new for me, good so far

  1011. Aurimas

  1012. Gianluca Guarnieri

    This course is indeed an eye opener for me., Thank you very much.

  1013. Maria José Bustillo Alvarado

  1014. Marie-Hélene Cellier

  1015. Adi

  1016. Nikita Prigozhev