Product Management

part-time 4 Weeks

Weds 6:00 - 9:00 pm + Sat 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Start: September 6, 2017

End: September 30, 2017

Location: New York

295 Madison Ave., 35 FL

Product managers average the highest salary offers of any tech role*

In 2016, product managers saw a 5.9% increase in salary to an average of $138,000.  The Wall Street Journal called product management the “new dream job” for the “current crop of MBA students.”

Product managers are among the top 5 fastest growing jobs in technology according to LinkedIn.  Called “mini-CEOs” within an organization, a PMs combination of tech, marketing, management and leadership skills is needed across all industries.   Join us as we help you develop their skill-set.

What does it take to create a great product?
From idea to execution, this course covers the entire process of product development over four weeks (two 3-hour classes per week, totally 24 hours).

Topics include: Product discovery and conception, project scoping and planning, managing a software development project, risk management and crisis management, product deployment and measurement.

Students will complete a project over the course that defines and describes a product, including a project plan with a schedule and budget. At the end of the course, students will understand the product development life-cycle in its entirety.

Prerequisites + Prep: None.  Please bring a laptop.

Schedule and Course Dates
  • Wednesday 7/19 6pm – 9pm
  • Saturday 7/22 10am – 1pm
  • Wednesday 8/2 6pm – 9pm
  • Saturday 8/5 10am – 1pm
  • Wednesday 8/9 6pm – 9pm
  • Saturday 8/12 10am – 1pm
  • Wednesday 8/16 6pm – 9pm
  • Saturday 8/19 10am – 1pm

Tuition: $1490

About the Instructor
The course will be taught by Loren Davie.  A 20 year veteran of the web and software development industries, Loren is the CEO of int18, a startup bringing artificial intelligence to the job search and human skills management space. Formerly he was the Director of Technology at HUGE and Cake&Arrow (formerly Alexander Interactive).