Product Management is the practice of strategically guiding the development, improvement, and support of a product through its lifecycle. A thorough understanding and application of product management principles, strategies, frameworks, tools, and techniques; helps deliver the perfect product experience at every stage of the user journey in alignment with strategic business goals.
A product manager is pivotal to the success of an organisation and is among the most sought after globally. According to TeamLease Digital, besides the niche tech industry, there is a significant demand for product managers across BFSI, automobile, retail, pharmaceutical, entertainment, FMCG, logistics, and supply chain industries. It has led to a huge demand for professionals in this domain with industry leading salary packages.
What are the Key Learning Outcomes of IIT Delhi’s Executive Programme for Advanced Product Management?
- Learn to innovate new products from a value-driven and a customer-centric approach
- Learn from the best-in-practice industry experts
- Gain successful process-oriented product building capabilities
- Be skilled in digital product/service/platform building
- Develop a strong foundation in product deployment strategies
- Build a strong foundation for Product Management roles
The IIT Delhi’s Executive Programme for Advanced Product Management curriculum includes?
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- Introduction to Product Management
- Product Strategy
- Product Development
- Product Design and Discovery
- Product Line Decisions
- Product Engineering
- Product Marketing and Launch
- Product Growth and Scaling
- Product Monetisation
- Product Leadership
Who should attend the programme?
The IIT Delhi’s Executive Programme for Advanced Product Management is ideal for working professionals or aspiring for a role in Product Management. Fresh graduates or final year students with Internship or Project experience, seeking a career in this growing industry can also apply.
- Graduates willing to get into Product Management roles
- Entrepreneurs Interested to launch Product/Service/Platform based Start-ups
- Early Career Product and Marketing Professionals
- Managers keen on building a robust product management capability in their organization.
- Current Product Management industry professionals seeking to upgrade their technical skills and enhance their management and leadership competencies.
- Professionals who are seeking high-demand job roles in a fast-growing and much-needed sector.
- Candidates who score at least 60 per cent marks overall and have minimum attendance of 60 per cent will receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’ from IIT Delhi CEP.
- Other than the above, rest all the candidates will receive a ‘Certificate of Participation’ from IIT Delhi CEP.
Starts on: August 20, 2022
Programmee Fee: 1,25,000 + (GST)
Application Deadline: 30th June 2022
Programme Coordinators Profile
Department of Management Studies
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
To learn more about the programme and apply, click here.
About IIT Delhi
The Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi) is one of the 5 initial IITs established for training, research and development in science, engineering, and technology in India. Established as College of Engineering in 1961, the Institute was later declared as an Institution of National Importance under the “Institutes of Technology (Amendment) Act, 1963” and was renamed as “Indian Institute of Technology Delhi”. It was then accorded the status of a Deemed University with powers to decide its own academic policy, conduct its own examinations, and award its own degrees.
Since its inception, over 48,000 students have graduated from IIT Delhi in various disciplines including Engineering, Physical Sciences, Management, and Humanities & Social Sciences. Of these, nearly 5,070 received PhD degrees. The rest obtained a Master’s Degree in Engineering, Science, and Business Administration. These alumni today work as scientists, technologists, business managers, and entrepreneurs. There are several alumni who have moved away from their original disciplines and have taken to administrative services, active politics or are with NGOs. In doing so, they have contributed significantly to the building of this nation and to industrialisation around the world.