The Product Management 101 workshop will explore the important role a Product Manager plays in a team. What does the role entail? What is a typical day in the life of a Product Manager? What do you to know or do to be be a successful Product Manager?
The workshop will include best practice examples, practical tips and career advice.
Amit Patel is a freelance Product Manager/Designer working with a number of clients here (most recently Crossrail 2) in London. He’s the instructor of our 10 week Product Design course while growing Experience Haus. He was formerly the lead instructor on General Assembly’s full-time immersive and part-time UX courses in London.
He recently spent a year working as the Product Manager at Adio.fm, a startup, cloud-based platform designed to re-invigorate the way we curate and view audio and video via mobile and the web. Previously he spent five years working on the Crossrail project (Europe’s biggest construction project) working on business process/analysis, and project management.
This workshop takes place in our studio in Shoreditch, London.
Unit 4 – Galaxy House
32 Leonard Street
The course is perfect for anyone who is looking to add product development and creative thinking skills to their existing skillset.
Previous students include account managers, front-end developers, graphic designers and brand consultants.
Although there are no pre-requisites to take the course, having a keen interest in creativity and design definitely helps. There is no need to have any knowledge of particular software either as you will be taught everything along the way.
Experience Haus provides applied learning and hands-on courses for organisations and individuals covering an abundance of different digital expertise. They offer practitioner taught skills training across design and innovation, marketing and growth and personal and professional development.
Crucially, the company goes above and beyond the purely technical and hopes to uncover the black holes in business. The company’s offering of events, part-time courses (pairing students with start-ups), hands-on workshops and bespoke programming intends to bridge the gap between economical and accessible learning for the curious.