This is the first class in a four part Intro To Product Management course. Each class stands on its own, so there is no issue with taking individual sessions.
When you’re ready to turn an idea into something more concrete, there are many important things to consider before you start coding. This session will teach students how to break down an idea into its primary parts and assumptions, and critically assess the viability of those parts.
We will discuss tools for testing those assumptions and gathering supporting data. Additionally, we will discuss general rules around what works and what doesn’t.
Founder of Matchbook
Jason Schwartz is the founder of Matchbook, a location-based app for saving those must-remember places. It has been repeatedly featured by Apple, so you are in good hands. After 10 years in tech, including 5 startups, he created the foremost course on Startup Product Management. He has taught ... view full bio