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Apr 28, 2021
1h 50m
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Scrutinizing existing products to determine where to improve next can be a challenge, even harder yet is finding product-market fit with a new product. In this course, Exploring Delivering and Evolving Product Foundations, you’ll learn the essential steps must take to deliver a product that meets product-market fit. First, you’ll explore measuring existing product performance. Next, you’ll discover how to assess opportunities to iterative or innovate new product features. Finally, you’ll learn how to partner with Technical leads to successfully build a product with your ideal requirements. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge needed to evolve and deliver product to market.

About the author
About the author

Jeff has over 10 years experience working in video production and product management.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hi everyone. My name is Jeff Hurd, and welcome to my course, Exploring Delivering and Evolving Product Foundations. Working in product involves wearing many hats at once and juggling constant input from individual stakeholders, cross‑team collaboration, and customers, but the payoff can be so well worth it if you successfully launch your new digital product or feature using best practices. In this course, we're going to go through tips and tricks of how to both iterate existing products, increasing key performance metrics, as well as innovate new product experiences. Some of the major topics that we'll cover include collaborating and communicating with engineering. We'll cover how to learn the basics of your engineering team so you can speak the same language and empathize with your engineers, as well as team up with your tech lead. Measure product performance. Whether you're iterating an existing product or breaking into a new market, you'll need data, and I'll show you how to best organize and gather critical product data. Assess evidence‑based opportunities. Being in product means you'll have nearly limitless ideas to choose from on what to build next. How you narrow down and pick the best option doesn't just have to be by chance. We'll go through processes to maximize your chances of success. Product development lifecycle. We'll also go through the entire lifecycle from product discovery, definition, through development. By the end of this course, you'll be prepared to successfully iterate or innovate new product experiences. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn product management foundations with the Exploring Delivering and Evolving product foundations course, at Pluralsight.