An introduction to what product management is and how the role fits into the technical ecosystem.
An understanding of how to analyze product data to optimize decision-making.
Practice breaking down complex business problems into smaller, more manageable chunks.
Students will use real-world PM tools in class so that they can hit the ground running during internships and full-time jobs.
Participants will discuss product management topics with other attendees and their Cognitir instructor, as well engage in numerous use case exercises.
All Cognitir participants receive a certificate of completion, and instructions on how to add the course to their LinkedIn profiles.
This workshop is relevant for business and finance individuals who want to enter product-related roles in organizations. This class would also greatly benefit entrepreneurs, management consultants, and anyone who is interested in breaking into the technology industry.
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No, you do not need any prior product management experience for this course.Do I need experience with computer programming or data science to join this course?
No, you do not need any prior programming or data science experience for this course. That being said, if you do have such experiences, they will bring your analytics to next levels as you will be able to more deeply analyze the data for predictive potential.Will I be able to build my own MVP by the end of the course?
Yes! You will have the chance to think through, design, and build the cheapest and easiest MVP for your idea.
At Cognitir, Neal leads the company's sales, marketing, and strategy initiatives. He also coleads recruiting and coheads product development with his co-founder David.
Outside of Cognitir, Neal runs his own boutique consulting practice. As a consultant, Neal advises executive teams of both large corporations and small and medium enterprises on issues ranging from marketing to financial modeling.
Previously, Neal led training seminars for a top financial training provider and consistently received top reviews from attendees and created two training courses that were used in seminars worldwide. Before his consulting and training careers, Neal was a Teach For America Corps Member and taught high school mathematics in Saint Louis Public Schools (USA). In addition to his education and training careers, Neal was an investment banker at Lazard, JPMorgan, and Houlihan Lokey.
Neal received his MBA from London Business School (UK) and BBA in Finance from the University of Notre Dame (USA). He is also a CFA Charterholder and a Member of the CFA Institute Education Advisory Committee (EAC) Working Body where he helps shape CFA Program Content.