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Learner Reviews & Feedback for The Business of Product Management II by Advancing Women in Tech

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About the Course

Sponsored by AMAZON WEB SERVICES (AWS). Learn real-world product management lessons from Amazon, Tesla, Uber, WeWork, Zoom, the United States Armed Forces, Facebook, Google, Alphabet, Poshmark, Slack, Twitter, Headspace, Walmart Labs, Humana, Schwab, Allianz, Amex, Grohe, Amazon, Costco, Progressive, Activision, Yelp, H&M, Basecamp, Microsoft, and more! Featuring: * NANCY WANG, Head of Data Protection Services, Amazon Web Services; Founder and CEO, Advancing Women in Product * VERONICA PINCHIN, Director of Product Management, Sidewalk Labs * KATE ZHANG, Product Manager, Instagram * BARKHA SAXENA, Chief Data Officer, Poshmark This is the second of four courses in the ACE Recommended Real-World Product Management Specialization. When you complete all four courses, you can earn up to 6 college credits....

Top reviews


Oct 10, 2021

The course was very practical and real. Although the peer-graded assignments and review can be difficult for beginners. Some of the concepts are hard to grasp for people who have no finance knowledge


Oct 23, 2022

Excellent course! Love how Nancy teaches actual scenarios and allows you to get a glimpse of being a product management. She is so engaging :) Really happy to have discovered this certification.

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By Peace A

Mar 31, 2023

it was great and really helpful

By Yoshika L

Jul 6, 2023

Need a senior instructional designer. The quiz questions often asked questions that were not clearly explained in the lessons. The lessons really need better structure- it was very confusing to understand what EBITDA was, the explanations of most of the financials were not clearly laid out. Google does an excellent job of designing their Coursera courses and their course materials. I'm sure she is a very knowledgeable, but being knowledgeable and being able to design instruction are not the same. It was hard to get through this, because it lacked clearly defined objectives which should have then systematically detailed in the lessons. There should have been some type of hand outs or cheat sheets that allowed the learner to have the learning encapsulated. There were not enough examples (CLEARLY laying out how to do the thing Nancy had just covered), there were no worksheets or other items that a learner could use to reinforce their learning. I have no artifacts from the two parts of this PM certification, so nothing tangible to refer to or to reinforce my learnings. I had tons of artifacts after I finished my last Coursera Google certification. Disappointing.

By Ri

Jun 9, 2022

less information compared to the first one. not covering much depth and definetly not useful if this is your first time with these concepts.

as a note, there is also a whole lesson about 'addicting your users' which while i understand the business idea behind it should really be thought through again. If not removed, at least present a counter idea beyond 'it is morally gray'. it is not gray. it is dark.