Products are to be built the right way – they should be definable, they should be repeatable and scalable, and they should be profitable! Unfortunately, for many companies, this is an afterthought and they end up leaving money on the table.
The discipline of Product Management makes it possible to define products clearly, make them repeatable and enables companies to recreate many of them. But to get into this discipline needs proper training.
“Product Management Club” is a place to bring together the companies who need help with building this discipline and also the people who want to contribute to this process as Product Managers.
Don’t forget to test your Product Mgmt knowledge by taking our quiz in your mailbox. It is available on the top right-hand-side on this page.
On one hand, we train companies’ various organizations to understand what is Product Management while on the other, we also train individuals to make transition into the Product Management discipline.
At Product Management Club, we have helped several like you to learn about the Product Management area. People from technical background (ex. engineers) as well as non-technical background (ex. HR, Project Management) have benefited from our easy-to-understand training material.
We have coached at Fortune 500 companies, Universities and privately (1:1 with students).
The systematic way to learn Product Management is about thinking a Product across three phases – Conceiving a product idea, Building a Product, Taking the Product out to market. For each phase, our system has a lot of relevant tools, frameworks, real-world practical examples and of course theoretical material , brought to you in an easy-to-digest manner.
We welcome you to this site. Here are some references from a few of our students!
“I transitioned to IoT Product Mgmt in 2018. Your guidance helped me address some challenging questions during my interview”
Bibin Raveendran, Product Mgr.
“I visited your website and the blog and it’s very valuable. I have already gained some product insight from your website/blog”
“Rahul helped me with specific guidance on becoming a Product Manager. He taught me how to leverage my background as a Project Manager to become a Product Manager. He spent time on making my resume more effective. He told me about various ways to find a Product job and how to go about them. He taught me the importance of strategy to a Product Management role, frameworks for prioritizing requirements. I feel much more comfortable with my background also confident about my search.”
Sylvia Kao, Aspiring Product Manager