Continuous Product Discovery
Develop the habits and critical skills of a high-performing continuous discovery product team.
★★★★★ 4.7 · 1,236 students · 2 hours · Intermediate
📈 87 people started this course last week
Who is this course for?
who want to build a solid foundation in Product Management.
who want to switch to a career in Product Management.
who want to hit the ground running & intentionally craft their career.
who transitioned to PM roles with little to no formal training
"A thorough introduction to Product Discovery. I like the animations included in each lecture and the Miro templates"
Eric Cuellar, Sr. Product Manager
What will you learn?
✔︎ Approaches for connecting discovery activities with your product roadmap
What are the course requirements?
The course assumes a basic knowledge of Agile development practices
Welcome to "Continuous Product Discovery".
Successful Agile Product teams have moved toward a truly cross-functional product team model where the teams that develop the product are the ones responsible for doing their own discovery. They do their own user research, conduct their own experiments, and synthesize what they are learning week-over-week to support their daily product decisions.
But Product Discovery is still widely misunderstood and incorrectly applied at many companies.
I created this course and packed it with practical, real-world experiences that I’ve gained working with Product teams around the world. All theory is paired with practical templates you can use to gain value immediately.
What you’ll get from this course.
In this course, you’ll learn:
1. How to develop the habits necessary to create a continuous feedback loop between your product development ideas and your customers.
2. How to build a Product Roadmap that supports Product Discovery.
3. A simple way to interpret and implement the "Double Diamond" framework.
4. Which discovery methodology to use and when?
Also, I'll supply you with 16 MIRO Product Discovery Templates covering the most popular discovery methodologies. You'll be able to copy them and quickly get started applying what you've learned at your own workplace.
Why learn Modern Product Discovery?
The demand for the "strategic" Product Manager is growing rapidly. In fact, LinkedIn ranks "Product Manager" as one of the most promising jobs, with 29% year-over-year growth. More and more companies are finally figuring out how important this discipline and this role are to their success.
But Product Management practices are also widely misunderstood, with most product initiatives failing to launch. And of those that do launch, only a fraction delivers value to the intended customers. In a field where so many teams follow counter-productive practices, copying others won't work.
Don't Imitate. Understand.
This course will teach you proven discovery techniques used by top product teams. And the practical portion will give you real-world skills that you can apply immediately. If you're a Product Manager looking to level up your product discovery skills or are trying to transition into a new career, this course will help prepare you for success. And if you work in a related role (Business Analyst, Project Manager, Developer, etc), you’re also in the right place.
What if I have questions? I offer full support, answering any questions you have 7 days a week (whereas many instructors answer just once per week, or not at all). This means you’ll never find yourself stuck on one lesson for days. With my hand-holding guidance, you’ll progress smoothly through this course without any major roadblocks.
So Let’s Do This! Enroll now and sharpen your product discovery skills. See you on the inside!
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