Nonprofits today aren’t just technology users; they also build and deploy technical products. The product management discipline has existed for years in the tech sector, but only sparingly among nonprofits. Consequently, there is much nonprofits can do to ensure their technology works for their staff, donors, and the communities they serve. By understanding the suite of responsibilities that product managers traditionally manage, nonprofit decision-makers can better lead their teams to be effective at delivering against their mission and having a positive impact.
This course will:
This is one of two new courses focusing on product management. Thanks to a funder, scholarships are available for both courses. Learn about Product management strategies for nonprofits and apply for scholarships for both courses.
Members $125/Non-members $250
NTEN professional certificate
Certified Fund Raising Executive
Certified Association Executive
Understand the product management role and corresponding responsibilities.
Apply product management principles to nonprofit work.
Learn how to hire, develop, and manage a product manager.
"Nonprofit are building and managing products everyday, even if we don't often use the term product. Understanding the product manager role will help you build stronger, more effective teams, even if you don't have a "product manager."- Drew Pizzolato
Senior Program & Product Manager
Director of Engineering, Public Interest Technology
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