7 Ways Learning Code Helps Product Managers Be Great [Infographic]
Career Path, Coding

7 Ways Learning Code Helps Product Managers Be Great [Infographic]

As teachers in product management, we get a lot of questions from aspiring and even current product managers. One of the questions we get the most is, “Should a Product Manager know how to code?” There are multiple ways and variations to answer this question from what languages are highly relevant to a PM, to how technical you should actually be. The short answer: coding helps.  There are many ways learning code helps product managers.

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The First Coding Course for Managers
Coding, Course

The First Coding Course for Managers

We are thrilled to announce we are now offering 8-week part-time Coding courses for Managers in our San Francisco and New York campuses. This is the very first coding course, specifically designed to give product managers the foundational knowledge of code they need to increase their skills and take their career to the next level.

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4 Ways Product Managers Use CRM to Maximize Feature Development
Skills, Strategic Thinking

4 Ways Product Managers Use CRM to Maximize Feature Development

Nowadays, almost every business is running successful campaigns using a customized CRM solution. Customer relationship management systems have been paramount in helping to manage customer information, work sales funnels and organize by timeframes, projects, or features. While mainly used by the sales department, product managers are also relying on the data to build better products. How does this tie into the role of a product manager and how do they use the available features?  

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How to Work with Developers
Skills, Team Management

How to Work with Developers

The success of a product depends on how well you work with your development team. Especially since these are the guys that turn your ideas and designs into actual products and features. Even though they need to be more technically skilled than the PM, they still rely heavily on the Product manager to get their job done. This relationship is built on trust, communication, and clarity and it needs to thrive. Here are some points to help:

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