Jun 25, 2018
I enjoyed this course very much! This course helped me ground myself in some of the core principles of product management and I'm confident that I will take what I've learned and put it into practice.
Dec 24, 2018
This course covers all the necessary and much required fundamentals about the product management. The course structure is very well balanced and covers all the aspects of product management. Thanks
por parija p•
Feb 28, 2018
Really helpful,well explained.More useful for people with work experience as a product manager
por Mahesh G•
Jan 20, 2018
por Himanshu G•
Mar 15, 2018
Course is good but taking an example of an existing known product could have been more effective
por Shibu J•
May 28, 2017
Nicely structured , good insights in interviews
Dec 02, 2017
Very informative for Digital Product and Data Managers
Apr 25, 2019
It's a great overview and stepping stone into Product development. Although online videos are a one-way street, the instructor, Alex, is really engaging.
por Jenn C•
May 07, 2019
Alex has a great delivery and I like the real world interviews.
por Christoph G•
May 19, 2019
Great course with a lot of fresh ideas and smart approaches. 2 areas to improve from my personal point of view:
1)Pay some more attention to Week 2's structure of the content. W2 was PACKED with too many approaches and ideas (design thinking, agile, HOOK, Lean Startup, prototyping and more) which became a bit messy. More structure hear would have helped.
2) Make Quizzed more relevant by letting us students USE the tools we just learned. For example we answere what a BMC is good for, but we did not fill out one in any quiz although this would have been possible with one of the example companies included.
por Alexander L•
Jun 13, 2019
Weeks 2-4 were great; week 1 was more tedious (I found). The class does provide useful tools throughout the weeks and also equips the learner with appropriate terminology tp use with management.
por Yosun G•
Jun 03, 2019
Really nice information about Product Management but a little bit rote learning not so much room for generating opinions or making tricky prioritizations.
por Shivani C•
Jun 04, 2019
Pros: It is great course to take before starting out your journey as product managers. It touches upon all most all important topics and terminologies used by PMs. I personally can feel the difference between how I articulate my problem now having taken this course vs how I used to do it earlier. Alex is a great professor and speaks in a manner that is easy to understand and comprehend for every learer type. Cons: Some topics i think deserves more attention, like actinable analytics. Eventhough I work for an analytics solution firm, I found it hard and little bit confusing. The matter may either need restructuring or more content to understand the what, why and how.
All in all it was great course, I look forward to taking more such courses on Coursera.
por Kanwar.d S•
Jun 04, 2019
This course was super helpful and I learned a lot of new techniques for new product development and adding features to existing products from a product manager's perspective. I will be trying to apply these in my job incrementally and I hope to achieve a lot of value out of these.
por Anindita M P•
Jun 10, 2019
Could have been much better if the contents were organized in a more structured way. It was great to know a lot of thing for a product manager. but a Structured diagrams sometimes acts like a memory refresher to implement these into real life
por ANDREA R•
Jun 24, 2019
Solid introduction to Product Management and how to use an agile approach to product development.
por Tinny N•
Jul 03, 2019
por Alessandro C•
Jul 07, 2019
Could use more slides
por Alison A•
Jul 11, 2019
Great theoretical knowledge that provides an overview to necessary methodology and processes. Would have enjoyed more practical exercises with other classmates as someone new to this field.
por Huang y•
Aug 20, 2019
por Shikhar J•
Nov 07, 2018
While I like the course, i feel it doesn't go deep into anything. I would have liked it better if we went deeper to sections like analytics, product planning, market analysis etc.
por Olivia K•
Oct 22, 2018
This is a pretty high level overview for anyone curious about product management.
por Anurag M•
Mar 20, 2018
The course exposed me to various frameworks available to help product managers organize themselves in their work and keep focused on the right things. Would have wished if it went deeper and showed how some concepts can be really applied. I did not get time to internalize the tools. I did understand them as I went along the course and did the quizzes.
Also, the Professor was MIA on the discussion forums. I found little meaningful discussion going on there. The experience with the Design Thinking course was better.
por Siji G•
Mar 05, 2018
This is definitely a good course for a newbie, however as I was parallel looking at other content I see that this course may need a refresher and more practice sessions to make it better
por Francisco C•
Jul 30, 2019
Great course overall. I felt the last week have a drop in the content and it was light in what I consider important topics were as the first two weeks were very heavy in content. Balancing the content by extending some important topics at the end of the course will help to improve my opinion on the course. Also, the questions on the quizzes are written in a very tricky way, I don't think it is a helpful way to test knowledge by trying to trick the person in how the questions are being asked, a better way will be to directly test the knowledge of that subject by proving comparisons.
por Giuseppe B•
Aug 15, 2019
I would have been appreciate more practical examples. For instance was a good idea to start from the week 1 to the week 4 to show about to manage a product from scratch in all the steps
por Ralph M•
Nov 20, 2017
I understand that this is a multiple choice type assessment course, however many of the questions were created based on the professor's definitions, and quite often they used trickery around what is very grey lines between the choices. I felt in many cases many of the answers were highly subjective and could depend on multiple variables, that were left out. A better course would be like the Gamification one I did, wherein I explained my rationale given scenarios. I feel overall this would be a more reinforcing method of learning these theories.