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You will learn on the Romtos course

  • To understand the principles of Web3 marketplace thinking, users,
    finding and building successful products.

  • The sequence that will give you an understanding of the reality of your hypothesis and your place among your competitors in the marketplace.

  • How to build in order not to fall into the trap of passing off the desired creator as valid.

  • What to do to make everything work as the author intended and to ensure that the product was in demand among users.

  • Understand the Product Lifecycle and how it applies.

  • Understand the modern Product Development Process.
  • Know how to identify ideas worth pursuing and dedicating resources to.

  • Understand how to get at the root of customer pain points.

  • Understand and communicate customer pain by type and frequency.

  • Assess the core problem of a product.

  • Find and compare competitors and competing products.

  • Differentiate between Direct, Indirect, Substitute, and Potential competitors.

  • Understand the process of Customer Development and how it relates to being a Product Manager.

  • How to find potential interviewees for product interviews, user tests, and exploratory interviews.

  • How to structure and run a customer interview.

  • How to model interview questions correctly while avoiding bias.

  • Navigate the four different types of customer interviews.

  • Find potential interviewees both internally and externally.

  • Write emails that will get users and potential customers to respond.

  • Build user personas based on both qualitative and quantitative data.

  • Sketch out a wireframe with just a pen and paper.

  • Create specs for epics and user stories.

  • Run a variety of MVP experiments, such as pitch experiments, redirects, shadow buttons, and more.

  • Properly apply acceptance criteria.

  • Correctly evaluate which product metrics to track and which to ignore.

  • Track your metrics using a variety of software.

  • Create a product and feature roadmap.

  • Create a product backlog and properly prioritize features.

  • Calculate team velocity and build estimations for product delivery.

  • Communicate effectively with all the stakeholders of a product.

  • Communicate effectively with engineers in a way they will appreciate and understand.

  • Communicate effectively with designers by focusing on the things they care about most.

  • Communicate effectively with executives and higher-ups.

  • Understand how to obtain relevant experience to set up for a transition to Product Management.

  • How to self-brand online and build a following pre-hire.

  • What to look for in Product Management jobs and what to ignore.

  • Excel is used to calculate project economics.

Learn and build successful projects.
Gain the knowledge to land your dream job.