Product Management Level 2

Experience

with
David Wang
A product manager's job is to discover opportunities and prioritise the use of company resources. In PM Level 2, you will continue to learn how to design and deliver amazing products. You will learn how to do documentation and learn the fundamentals of design and create your own wireframes. You will learn how to set goals and metrics for your products, creating a stellar product strategy and a product roadmap. Finally, you will learn how to launch a product to market, what metrics to track and finish the program with guidance on learning tech and agile. PM Level 1 is not a prerequisite for this learning experience. However, we build upon the concepts taught and the work students do there for this experience.
Note: a laptop or computer is required for this program - some assignments are difficult to complete on mobile or tablet.
Class Starts
15 Feb 2023
All content is done at your own time
Class Duration
6 weeks
Expect 5-10 hours a week
Program Price
$99 USD
Built for beginners
Recommended knowledge
None
Built for beginners
Class Starts
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Start date is TBA
All content is done at your own time
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Why join our Experience?

Work with a cohort of up to 30 peers

Ask questions, share ideas and worth together on this course.

Earn badges & special skills for your certificate

We’ve gamified the experience so you can earn different soft skills by completing different tasks.

Walk out with a portfolio you can show off

Don't have experience? Let's show you can do the job either way.

Work with a cohort of up to 30 peers

Ask questions, share ideas and work together on this course.

Earn badges & special skills for your certificate

We’ve gamified the experience so you can earn different soft skills by completing different tasks.

Walk out with a portfolio you can show off

Don't have experience? Let's show you can do the job either way.

Learn from World Class Mentors

David Wang

Group Product Manager at Linktree
David is a Product Management leader with 15 years of hands-on experience, specializing in technology products, marketplaces, product growth, and greenfield projects. From crafting start-ups to working with international companies, he advocates customer-centric solutions to build lean businesses that achieve financial results. David has taught over 3,000 students globally, 170+ classes at General Assembly, and coached online for Harvard Innovation Labs, evangelizing the art of product management to the next generations of product managers.
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Curriculum & Schedule

Module 1: Discovery to Delivery

We start with a short recap of PM Level 1 and discuss the transition from the discovery to the delivery phase. We also learn how to create PRDs.

Module 2: Design for Product Managers

Design knowledge is beneficial for all product managers. We discuss the basics of a good design, the iterative design process and learn how to create a wireframe for your product.

Module 3: Metrics and Goals

In the end, it’s all a numbers game. We’ll learn what makes good metrics and set goals for our product and features.

Module 4: Product Strategy

If the strategy is not set, the team won’t know what they’re working on. It’s time to move on to the high level stuff and set a killer product strategy.

Module 5: Product Roadmap

A roadmap helps visualise the product's progress over time. We’ll learn how to create a product roadmap and the different ways of displaying it.

Module 6: Launching Your Product

It’s launch time. We will discuss the steps to launch your product and how to monitor performance once it’s in the market.

Module 7: Growing your career as a PM

There’s still more to learn as a PM. We’ll share tips and resources to learn agile and technology and how to start becoming a leader in your role.

Create a portfolio to impress recruiters

Our students work at...

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The experience at EntryLevel cemented my grasp on Product Management processes, and was an experience I used in depth during my interview. Since I didn't have any direct product management experience, the EntryLevel experience strengthened my profile in the eyes of the hiring managers.

Firas Salman
@fsalman
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@fsalman

Ayomide has received three job offers since completing the program, from Ventures Platform Nigeria, M-KOPA and Wild Fusion. Ayomide is currently working as a Financial Data Analyst at Wild Fusion. While searching for a full time role, he found that he had tangible examples of his work through EntryLevel.

Ayomide
@ayomide-fadeyi
Ayomide Enoch Fadeyi
@ayomide-fadeyi

I successfully got a job at LoftyInc Capital Management as a Venture Analyst. It was very useful, I won't lie. From deal sourcing to deal diligence, there was a lot I didn't know and I’m still learning. I still have the Notion link bookmarked to refer back to it.

Chikamso Nwani
@kamsonwani
Chikamso Nwani
@kamsonwani

I received an offer for a Sales Engineer role. The process engineering knowledge I obtained during the program stood out to my employers, as water treatment is one of the industries in which they work.

Kevin Chen
@kevin-w-chen

When I did the EntryLevel program, I was playing a dual role of Product Owner and Quality Assurance on a team. Two weeks ago I was offered a full Product Owner role (no Quality Assurance) at the same company for a different team.  I learned a lot and gained a lot of insight from the coursework through the program so, I'll forever be grateful for that! I’ve finally made the transition!

Jayshree Bhakta
@jayshree-bhakta

I started off the blockchain experience without knowing what a smart contract was. I do have programming experience but the 30-day intensive experience helped me get there quickly with the accountability of a team environment. The EntryLevel team introduced me to Drift post graduation and I was in the team a few weeks later.

George Lake
@george--lake

The experience at EntryLevel cemented my grasp on Product Management processes, and was an experience I used in depth during my interview. Since I didn't have any direct product management experience, the EntryLevel experience strengthened my profile in the eyes of the hiring managers.

Firas Salman
@fsalman
Firas Salman
@fsalman

Ayomide has received three job offers since completing the program, from Ventures Platform Nigeria, M-KOPA and Wild Fusion. Ayomide is currently working as a Financial Data Analyst at Wild Fusion. While searching for a full time role, he found that he had tangible examples of his work through EntryLevel.

Ayomide
@ayomide-fadeyi
Ayomide Enoch Fadeyi
@ayomide-fadeyi

I successfully got a job at LoftyInc Capital Management as a Venture Analyst. It was very useful, I won't lie. From deal sourcing to deal diligence, there was a lot I didn't know and I’m still learning. I still have the Notion link bookmarked to refer back to it.

Chikamso Nwani
@kamsonwani
Chikamso Nwani
@kamsonwani

I received an offer for a Sales Engineer role. The process engineering knowledge I obtained during the program stood out to my employers, as water treatment is one of the industries in which they work.

Kevin Chen
@kevin-w-chen

When I did the EntryLevel program, I was playing a dual role of Product Owner and Quality Assurance on a team. Two weeks ago I was offered a full Product Owner role (no Quality Assurance) at the same company for a different team.  I learned a lot and gained a lot of insight from the coursework through the program so, I'll forever be grateful for that! I’ve finally made the transition!

Jayshree Bhakta
@jayshree-bhakta

I started off the blockchain experience without knowing what a smart contract was. I do have programming experience but the 30-day intensive experience helped me get there quickly with the accountability of a team environment. The EntryLevel team introduced me to Drift post graduation and I was in the team a few weeks later.

George Lake
@george--lake
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