Having been a part of the Products That Count community and witnessed what SC Moatti has done with it, I’m excited to see this next evolution with the Strategic Product Management Course: From Good to Great. There’s a wealth of knowledge from top product leaders packed into this course.

Samsung NEXT | Thomas Daly

What makes this course unique?

The Strategic Product Management Course: From Good to Great produced by Products That Count, one of the largest networks of product managers in the world, is a unique way to learn and master the art of product management based on the best practices shared by hundreds of C/VP-level executives from Amazon, Zoom, Slack and more. This training takes a more strategic approach with a focus on the key questions Product Managers should answer. Follow along in a helpful workbook as the training takes you through three classes, each containing three modules, which are followed by key takeaways and a quiz. You’ll walk away knowing what makes a great product, what makes a great product manager, the insights you need for leading teams and products, and a certificate of completion to prove it. Plus, participate in AMA sessions with Facebook fmr product exec, lecturer on product at Stanford and Columbia b-schools, and Products That Count founder, SC Moatti, to stay current once you’ve completed the training!

Download the syllabus to learn more.

STRATEGY vs. Tactic.

Strategic Product Management Course: From Good to Great Focuses on the core principles that drive product excellence. 

RELEVANCE to your work today.

Includes a monthly “ask me anything” session with a product leader.

DIVERSITY of perspective.

Contains a best practices library of consistently refreshed podcasts, articles, videos, etc.

Course Syllabus

Class 1: What Makes a Great Product
This lesson covers why product/market fit is a myth, why thinking outside the funnel matters, what the product formula is and how to apply it, and the key takeaways to what makes a great product.
Class 2: What Makes a Great Product Manager
This lesson covers what the PM superpowers are and when you should use them, what products PMs need to use, how to manage a portfolio of products and key takeaways.
Class 3:Leading Teams & Products
This lesson covers how to get internal alignment, how to build a high-performance team, how to stay sharp on product, and the key takeaways on leading teams.

This course provides an excellent foundation and allows us to tap into SC's vast PM experience. She shares valuable insights from her experience as a PM as well as experiences from other members of the product council. It also aims to arm prospective or existing product managers with tools, strategies, and frameworks to succeed and thrive. Overall I am happy I took this course as it helped me fill gaps in my understanding of my role as well as it gave some strategies that I am going to experiment within the next 3 - 6 months.

March 2020 | Product Manager

About the instructor:

SC Moatti is the managing partner of Mighty Capital, a Silicon Valley venture capital firm, and Products That Count, one of the largest networks of product managers, leaders and entrepreneurs in the world. Previously, she built products that billions of people use at Facebook, Nokia and Electronic Arts. She also serves on boards of both public and private companies, including mobile technology giant Opera Software (OPERA:Oslo). A16Z general partner Andrew Chen called SC “a genius at making mobile products people love.”

The course also draws on the expertise of product leaders on the Course Advisory Board. These product leaders are dedicated to uncovering what makes a great product, and what makes a great product manager. In addition to the content of the course, you’ll gain access to a year’s worth of exclusive content from the Course Advisory Board and monthly AMA sessions.

Interested in the Strategic Product Management Course for your team?

Leading organizations have up-leveled their teams by teaching them core competencies:

  • What makes a great product
  • What makes a great product manager
  • Leading teams and products