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Envision and execute the development of industry-defining products, and learn how to successfully bring them to market.

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r/Udacity • comment
2 points • kicketic

No, I'm referring to the Product Manager Nanodegree:

Growth PM ND is a different one.

There are three Product Manager Nanodegree programs at the time of writing this: Product Manager, Growth Product Manager, and AI Product Manager.

r/projectmanagement • comment
1 points • bugbugladybug

I don't know if this would be helpful, it's a Udacity product manager nanodegree course:

I've found udacity courses to be excellent

r/ProductManagement • comment
1 points • Aritisto

APIs, REST and a good understand of JSON (and JS) is something I have on my list, will definitely go through them!

Is this the udacity product cert you're referring to? Less pricey than the Pragmatic or Product School one, but still an ouchie :( I can afford it, would definitely go for it if employers would see value in it.

I am currently also undergoing this Udemy course.

Thank you for your help :)

r/ProductManagement • comment
1 points • The-Other-User

Mmmm, seems like the maths haven´t been done around how much costs to build the wrong feature or have a high-performing team waiting for work.

PM is a broader discipline, there are some resources but I wouldn´t expect too much progress if they are under high pressure and are not receiving feedback on a daily basis from a more experienced peer.

  • Udacity just opened their content for 30 days, check this course. This one starts from strategy, which should help them to connect the big picture with the details.
  • The one that I liked the most is this.
  • User stories applied
  • If I worked there, I would make sure that I know very well the product quickly, what I do is to perform exploratory testing and test fixed defects.

I'd love to know how the story plays out.