Find out how we built our Introduction to Product Management course online remotely, and how it performed.
Communities of practice
In this post Myles Jarvis, a Delivery Manager at the Department for Education, takes you behind the scenes of the creation of the Delivery Management learning list, a useful resource for delivery managers, with the support of the cross-government delivery management community.
The Introduction to Product Management course is aimed at non-product managers who want to understand the role in more detail and learn techniques they can apply in their own roles. Find out more about the course and how we've developed it with help from the Product Management community.
People working in product management roles often have a very broad set of responsibilities, and the role can vary greatly between departments and teams. This makes product management a difficult discipline to learn without doing. Find out more about the skills you need to be a successful product leader.
Being a product manager involves working with teams to define a problem, what the solution is, and how the product is going to deliver that solution. Building consensus around a vision makes it much more powerful.
Cross-government communities of practice are growing across the Digital, Data and Technology (DDaT) Profession. Find out about how the groups support their members, help career progression and increase DDaT capability across organisations.
As heads of product in government, we believe that product management is best ‘learnt by doing’.
How the cross government community is developing a career path for their technical architects.
How we are building the data science capability across government.
Lorena Sutherland, Head of Content Design at BEIS, explains who the heads of profession (called ‘heads of community’ in some departments) are and what they do.