Product Management

ENGIN 183D · 3 Units

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Product Managers play an increasingly critical role in modern technology companies. They are charged with ensuring an organization is laser focused on creating valuable and highly usable products and services, to address pain-points and unmet-needs for their target customers. In this course, students will learn essential Product Management skills by putting theory into practice, on a product or idea of your choosing. You will learn techniques to accelerate product success and avoid common mistakes. You will work in a team comprising of students from engineering, design, business and other backgrounds. This will simulate real-world cross-functional environments where people with different skills collaborate to build a successful product.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Experience a live development of a product within the context of a product development process
  • Learn common methods used in product management
  • Gain experience needed to work as product managers in real life environments

Instructor

derek-chan

Derek S. Chan values learning from and empowering each other through education, technology innovation, and theater arts. His Artificial Intelligence (AI) teams and products have helped companies reach their highest-ever customer satisfaction and/or revenue growth, plus #1 AP Automation 2020-21 and the IT World Award 2018. He was AI Product Director at Bill.com and now explores greater personal challenge and meaning through his own startup. Derek recently co-taught SCET courses—Product Management and Data-X—and is an alum of UC Berkeley’s Master of Information and Data Science program, co-receiving the Hal R. Varian Award followed by an informal Google partnership.

Course Media

Building Innovative Products

SCET Faculty Ken Sandy on what it's like to build innovative products with interdisciplinary teams.

Spring 2022 Top Project

See the pitch above from Team SolTix that wants to empower people to do more with their tickets.

Project Example

Google Maps Trips

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