Product Requirements Masterclass

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This is the Book of Requirements. Learn everything you need to know about how to orchestrate work iteratively on Agile teams!

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Scaling user-centered products

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Course overview

Become a Requirements Master with This Course

UX designers, UX researchers, product owners, and product managers don't just deliver solutions.


At the heart of it all, they solve problems.


They're either solving problems for users, for clients, for colleagues, or for a business for which they work. Problem-solving is at the heart of ALL the work.


Teams also need to communicate the significance of the problem and convince people why it's worth solving. Without doing this, they're simply taking orders and who knows if the solution will actually meet needs in the world. It depends on whether you're solving the right user problems in the first place.


This class teaches you how to solve the right problem, and how to solve the problem correctly.


Take a deep dive in product management and product strategy with this masterclass. The next time someone asks for a solution, you'll be equipped with tools to break it down into user problems, user goals, user need, and more. Through this you will build better things for the world and empower teams to do better work.


Learn how to deliver:


1. Problem statements

2. Vision boards

3. Product scope

4. Epics, features, and tasks

5. User stories

6. Acceptance criteria

7. Task flows

8. Behavior-driven development

9. Roadmaps

10. Backlogs

Who is this course for

01

UX Designers and UX Researchers who want to learn how to solve the right problem and solve the problem correctly.

02

Product Owners and Product Managers who want to orchestrate better product releases and build things people need.

03

Business Analysts who want to step up their requirements game and generate better buy-in.

What you’ll get out of this course

Understand how solve the right problem, and solve the problem correctly.


Implement product strategy on Agile teams.
Document user, business, and technical need before UX and development work.


Understand how UX research and UX design relates to product management.


Create well-crafted user stories and acceptance criteria.


Orchestrate backlogs and product releases for product management.
Understand what it takes to be in Product Management or Product Ownership.
Document advanced requirements like task flows and behavior-driven development.
Scope and plan product releases iteratively.

This course includes

16 interactive live sessions

Lifetime access to course materials

68 in-depth lessons

Direct access to instructor

8 projects to apply learnings

Guided feedback & reflection

Private community of peers

Course certificate upon completion

Maven Satisfaction Guarantee

This course is backed by Maven’s guarantee. You can receive a full refund within 14 days after the course ends, provided you meet the completion criteria in our refund policy.

Course syllabus

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  • Week 1

    Sep 9—Sep 15

    Week dates are set to instructor's time zone

    Events

    • Sep

      10

      Week 1 Tuesday Lecture

      Tue, Sep 10, 10:00 PM - 11:00 PM UTC

    • Sep

      12

      Optional: Week 1 Thursday Repeat Lecture

      Thu, Sep 12, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM UTC

    • Sep

      13

      Week 1 Thursday Working Session

      Fri, Sep 13, 12:00 AM - 1:00 AM UTC

    Modules

    • Hello World

    • Free preview

      What are Requirements?

    • Who Owns the Requirements?

    • What Does It Take to Build Requirements?

    • The Agile Manifesto As It Relates to Requirements

    • MVP vs. MMP

    • Requirements Lifecycle

    • How are Developers Involved in Requirements?

    • Reflection on "The Expert"

  • Week 2

    Sep 16—Sep 22

    Week dates are set to instructor's time zone

    Events

    • Sep

      17

      Week 2 Tuesday Lecture

      Tue, Sep 17, 10:00 PM - 11:00 PM UTC

    • Sep

      19

      Optional: Week 2 Thursday Repeat Lecture

      Thu, Sep 19, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM UTC

    • Sep

      20

      Week 2 Thursday Working Session

      Fri, Sep 20, 12:00 AM - 1:00 AM UTC

    Modules

    • Assumption Forming and Testing in Product Development

    • The Solution vs. The Problems vs. The Needs vs. The Goals

    • Researching The Current State of the World

    • How to Form Problem Statements

    • How to Form Problem Checklists

  • Week 3

    Sep 23—Sep 29

    Week dates are set to instructor's time zone

    Events

    • Sep

      24

      Week 3 Tuesday Lecture

      Tue, Sep 24, 10:00 PM - 11:00 PM UTC

    • Sep

      26

      Optional: Week 3 Thursday Repeat Lecture

      Thu, Sep 26, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM UTC

    • Sep

      27

      Week 3 Thursday Working Session

      Fri, Sep 27, 12:00 AM - 1:00 AM UTC

    Modules

    • How to Form Release-level Vision and Scope

  • Week 4

    Sep 30—Oct 6

    Week dates are set to instructor's time zone

    Events

    • Oct

      1

      Week 4 Tuesday Lecture

      Tue, Oct 1, 10:00 PM - 11:00 PM UTC

    • Oct

      3

      Optional: Week 4 Thursday Repeat Lecture

      Thu, Oct 3, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM UTC

    • Oct

      4

      Week 4 Thursday Working Session

      Fri, Oct 4, 12:00 AM - 1:00 AM UTC

    Modules

    • And Now...User Stories and Acceptance Criteria

    • How to Form Epics, Features, and Tasks

    • How to scope tasks

    • How to Craft the Perfect User Story Statement

    • How to Form Acceptance Criteria for Tasks

    • How to Form Use Cases and Task Flows

    • How to Form Behavior-Driven Development Scenarios for Tasks

  • Week 5

    Oct 7—Oct 11

    Week dates are set to instructor's time zone

    Events

    • Oct

      8

      Week 5 Tuesday Lecture

      Tue, Oct 8, 10:00 PM - 11:00 PM UTC

    • Oct

      10

      Optional: Week 5 Thursday Repeat Lecture

      Thu, Oct 10, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM UTC

    • Oct

      11

      Week 5 Thursday Working Session

      Fri, Oct 11, 12:00 AM - 1:00 AM UTC

    Modules

    • How to Manage the Roadmap

    • How to Manage the Backlog

    • Requirements Refinement in Action

    • How to Estimate Level of Effort for Requirements

    • How to Plan Iterations

    • How to Measure Team Velocity

  • Post-Course

    Events

    • Oct

      15

      Monday Class Wrap Party

      Tue, Oct 15, 12:00 AM - 1:00 AM UTC

    Modules

    • How to Utilize These Lessons in the Real World

Hear some success stories

        The course took me through specific tasks which I now perform on a regular basis in my job today, allowing me to hit the ground running, contribute to the product, and act as my product manager’s right hand. It had a profound impact on my ability to break into tech..roll up your sleeves gain an astonishing level of product development understanding
Dr. Edie Cruise

Dr. Edie Cruise

Requirements Engineer at LORENZ Life Sciences Group
        This boosted my confidence to navigate uncertainty and helped me understand the importance of aligning the team with the product roadmap. The course turned the theoretical methods I'd read about into practical strategies that I've implemented again and again.  I highly recommend this course to anyone looking to increase their understanding!
Rachel Beyerlein

Rachel Beyerlein

Events and Community Organizer at Le Wagon

Meet your instructor

Morgan Denner

Morgan Denner

UX Designer and Product Manager, Founder of Tech Fleet

Morgan has spent over a decade building and scaling product teams and products. He specializes in helping teams mature Agile processes, scaling product delivery, maturing user-centered design practices, and orchestrating enterprise-level products and services.

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Course schedule

6 - 8 hours per week
  • Tuesday, July 23rd

    5p PST / 8p EDT / 1a UTC

    Week 1 lecture and discussion

  • Thursday, July 25th

    5am PST / 8am EDT / 1p UTC

    Week 1 repeat lecture and discussion

  • Thursday, July 25th

    5p PST / 8p EDT / 1a UTC

    Week 1 open working session

  • Tuesday, July 30th

    5p PST / 8p EDT / 1a UTC

    Week 2 lecture and discussion

  • Thursday, Aug 1st

    5a PST / 8a EDT / 1p UTC

    Week 2 repeat lecture and discussion

  • Thursday, Aug 1st

    5p PST / 8p EDT / 1a UTC

    Week 2 open working session

  • Tuesday, Aug 6th

    5p PST / 8p EDT / 1a UTC

    Week 3 lecture and discussion

  • Thursday, Aug 8th

    5a PST / 8a EDT / 1p UTC

    Week 3 repeat lecture and discussion

  • Thursday, Aug 8th

    5p PST / 8p EDT / 1a UTC

    Week 3 open working session

  • Tuesday, Aug 13th

    5p PST / 8p EDT / 1a UTC

    Week4 lecture and discussion

  • Thursday, Aug 15th

    5a PST / 8a EDT / 1p UTC

    Week4 repeat lecture and discussion

  • Thursday, Aug 15th

    5p PST / 8p EDT / 1a UTC

    Week 4 open working session

  • Tuesday, Aug 20th

    5p PST / 8p EDT / 1a UTC

    Week 5 lecture and discussion

  • Thursday, Aug 22nd

    5a PST / 8a EDT / 1p UTC

    Week 5 repeat lecture and discussion

  • Thursday, Aug 22nd

    5p PST / 8p EDT / 1a UTC

    Week 5 open working session

  • Tuesday, Aug 27th

    5p PST / 8p EDT / 1a UTC

    Class wrap up party

Free resource

Requirements Template Example

Here are some template examples of requirements deliverables you will be taught how to produce in detail within this course. These are but a sample. This and other deliverables will help you provide holistic requirements to communicate the business need, user need, and technical need. Take the Product Requirement Masterclass to be taught how to master these deliverables!

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Product Requirements Masterclass

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Sep 11, 2024
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