This course will teach you to maintain an iterative product plan with scoping the main product efforts along with knowing who the stakeholders are and what are their expectations; making software flow well defined and efficient by lean practices.
There are many different methods to produce products. In this course, Exploring Product Operations, you’ll learn to create and maintain an iterative product plan with scoping the main product efforts along with technical stakeholder management skills, as well as making software development flows well defined and efficient.
First, you’ll explore how to define a mission, vision, and values by going through strategy key points and shaping them around the project plan and their main details by facilitating technical and non-technical stakeholders.
Next, you'll learn how to apply lean and design thinking practices on the product development level and making them efficient by applying best lean flow practices in detail.
Finally, you’ll discover how to build and improve a skateboard plan by scoping product discovery, design, development, deployment, and processing data feedbacks on the double diamond methodology example.
When you're finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of exploring product operations end-to-end, needed to manage and optimize the operational processes in the software product development.
Sarper is a product geek with developer background who has experience in the playground for more than a decade. He loves being a product geek, learning new things every day by sharing his knowledge with everyone interested in visuals.
Course Overview Hi, I'm Sarper Horata, and welcome to my course, Exploring Product Operations. I'm a computer scientist, an ex software developer, and currently working as a product management author and consultant. Product management is an essential concept to provide maximum value to the users with products, and their operations are one of the most tricky parts. In this course, I will walk you through the details of the product management operations. While talking about stakeholders, we will cover technical and nontechnical ones in detail and how to make facilitations using the FELSH rule. In the second module, we will kick off with the core lean values, going one in one in detail. Then we will cover about flow resources, inefficiency signs, how to calculate the inflow efficiency. The prerequisites of this course are basic software product management and software development lifecycle knowledge. By the end of this course, you will have a solid foundation on software product management operations from an organizational level, ideation, until release and iteration of the products using lean and design thinking practices. I hope you will join me on this journey at Pluralsight.