*Course Updated: December 2017*
When I first heard about product management, I wasted months trying to learn more about the field. Despite all of my efforts, I was completely lost and felt like I couldn't break into a product role because:
After years of going through multiple rounds of product management interviews, landing multiple product management job offers, and coaching dozens of candidates on how to break into product management, I wanted to make sure that no one else had to go through the painful experience that I went through to land my first product job.
Since launch, One Week PM has helped hundreds of students around the world learn the most important fundamentals of product management and the insider strategies towards dominating interviews to land a product manager job.
"I've compiled everything that I've learned into this course to help put you on the fast track towards learning about product management, creating your own side project, and landing your first product management job."
"This is hands-down the best course that I've ever taken on the fundamentals of product management and landing a product manager job." - 5/5 stars
- Kevin C., One Week PM Student
The One Week PM course will arm you with everything you need to know from: learning the essential fundamentals of product management, creating your own PM project, and dominating your product management interviews.
Day 1: Learn about the role of a PM, the ideal skill-sets to develop, the process of working with cross-functional teams, the product lifecycle and development cycle, popular development methodologies and product ideation
Day 2: Structuring and conducting proper user interviews and the key components of creating user personas
Day 3: Key components of writing a comprehensive product spec and how to estimate feature development timelines
Day 4: The process of wireframing, prototyping, and conducting usability tests
Day 5: Managing a product backlog and creating a product roadmap
Day 6: The fundamentals of marketing and core technology concepts for PMs
Day 7: The most important frameworks and methods for answering the most popular PM interview questions and the insider tips to standing out as a candidate. Walkthroughs of real case studies used to land product management job offers.
Bonus Content: Free resources and exclusive Q&A Interviews with industry product managers
Unlike other courses that just throw information at you, this course is highly interactive and every day, you'll apply the fundamentals that you've learned to your own PM project so that at the end of the course week, you'll have your own project to talk about during your PM interviews. After the course, you'll also receive access to join the world's largest Product Manager community on Slack where you can meet, chat with, and learn from thousands of PMs from all over the world.
"I normally have a hard time completing most courses due to my erratic work schedule but I loved the way this course was structured with daily lessons that I could complete over the course of a week. It was the perfect length and I felt like I learned really practical PM skills." - 5/5 stars
- Nikunj M., Finance Manager / One Week PM Student
Hundreds of students with diverse backgrounds in social enterprises, law, finance, accounting, IT, consulting, engineering, design, and undergrad / MBA programs have already enrolled in the course from all around the world.
Our students come from companies like Google, Facebook, Apple, Airbnb, Amazon, IDEO, NBA (National Basketball Association), Spotify, WhatsApp, Atlassian, Headspace, Udemy, Hubspot, Microsoft, Adobe, Salesforce, eBay, Intuit, Paypal, Lyft, Fitbit, Pearson Education, Rakuten, Expedia, NerdWallet, Code for America, McKinsey & Company, Bain & Company, J.P. Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Workday, Collective Health, Ticketmaster, etc...
One Week PM has gotten dozens of raving 5-star reviews from past students saying things like:
Kevin Lee is the founder of Product Manager HQ, the web's leading resource for helping thousands of people around the world learn how to break into product management. Product Manager HQ has been featured across the web in Forbes, Huffington Post, Product Hunt, Medium, Mattermark, Drift, UXPin, and many others. Sponsors have included companies like Facebook, Hired, Amplitude, UserVoice, ProductPlan, Notion, TechCrunch, SaaStr, Hack Reactor, etc... Product Manager HQ has also been listed as a 2015 / 2016 Top Influencer in Product Management (www.pmyearinreview.com).
Kevin has previously worked in Product at AltSchool (backed by Andreessen Horowitz, Founders Fund, First Round Capital, Mark Zuckerberg, John Doerr and other exceptional investors). Previously, he was a Senior Product Manager at Kabam, where he worked on products through all lifecycles in San Francisco, Vancouver, and Beijing and helped grow one of the company's products to become the third largest revenue generating product in the company portfolio. In a former life, he worked in Technology Investment Banking at Merrill Lynch. He is also the author / co-author on 10+ gaming patents.
His teaching experience spans lecturing at UC Berkeley, mentoring / coaching visiting entrepreneurs at the Haas School of Business, and teaching at Product School, a 10 week product management course for software engineers. He has also advised startups at FactoryX, run by GoogleX co-founder Tom Chi. His writing has been featured in Inc. and he is the co-author of an Amazon best-selling book about Quora (Featured as #1 on Product Hunt Books). In his spare time, he has previously been involved in the non-profit space, as a Director of Business Development at Bayes Impact (a Y-Combinator backed non-profit deploying data science teams to work on social/civic issues) and on the Board of Directors of the SF Creative Arts Charter School and early literacy non-profit, Tandem.
"As a designer interested in breaking into product management, I learn by doing and I really enjoyed the process of applying each day's lessons to my own PM project. I was also really impressed with the frameworks that the instructor provided for answering product manager interview questions and I learned a lot from the real case study examples. This course has definitely been the most useful resource throughout my entire recruiting process." - 5/5 stars
- Josie B., Designer / One Week PM Student
Product Management is one of the most in-demand roles in the market right now with thousands of job listings worldwide. The average Product Manager salary is $104,000 and Product Management jobs are estimated to grow at a rate of 10-15% over the next decade.
Don't make the same mistakes I did when I started out because the opportunity cost of wasting time is way too high! The price of this course WILL INCREASE once more content is added but if you enroll in the course today, you'll get FREE LIFETIME ACCESS to all of the current and future content.
Making this investment to take this course now will be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars over the course of your career. If you aren't comfortable with the value you are getting, we always offer a 30-day 100% money back guarantee.