In today’s dynamic product environment, AI takes the center stage when it comes to biting through the competition and building a rewarding product.  We organized an exclusive session with our founder Talvinder Singh where he answered all your questions about the course as well as everything under the sky that you can relate to Artificial Intelligence for Product Managers. We started the session with understanding the basics of AI. Talvinder says It’s very important to
Talvinder Singh is a committed and highly focused entrepreneur and product manager with 10+ years of experience in building and shipping complex products. He has carefully crafted the course building in his learning’s from humble beginnings to developing the product process for start-ups from scratch. In this exclusive Ask Me Anything session we discussed the holistic learning experience at Pragmatic Leaders with Talvinder Singh- Founder at Pragmatic Leaders. Talvinder Singh started the session with a
Sherika Wynter was someone you call a chance Product Manager. She graduated with a masters degree in Industrial Design and dreamt of making it big in automobile design. In her journey to becoming a product manager, she converted various ideas into successful businesses working with startups and large corporations such as Impurture and General Assembly. She now boasts 11+ years as a Product Manager and Entrepreneur & is currently working as a Senior Product Manager
Ujjaini spent a good part of her career advertising for big brands and managing clients like Unilever. The second half is when it actually gets exciting and she makes an unexpected transition to designing some very exciting UX designs for startups as well as large firms. She took a deep dive into her passion and after a few good, sometimes even bad years, currently works as a senior UX designer with Ernst and Young. She
To understand what makes a product succeed, one needs to understand what makes a product fail. Once you pre-identify your points of failure, you can build a product strategy that manages the risks around these fail points and increase the probability of the product success.   Four reasons why a product fails: Market Alignment– It is important to know that customers want what you are selling, that there is an actual demand for it. Products
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