Best Free Product Management Courses

Find the best online Free Product Management Courses for you. The courses are sorted based on popularity and user ratings. We do not allow paid placements in any of our rankings.

Fundamental Steps of Product Management

100% clarity in an hour

Created by Gurmit Singh - former VP of Yahoo India


Students: 9073, Price: Free

  1. This course gives you the basis of Product Management in 8 fundamental steps

  2. Its by a working professional, Gurmit Singh, who was the former VP of Yahoo India

  3. Since he managed Yahoo Cricket, he uses it as a Live Case to explain

  4. Every step is beautifully explained with graphics and pictures

  5. Its a No Nonsense -- to the point -- one hour course

  6. Suitable for all age groups

  7. It also has a voluntary exercise and downloadable Reading Material

Organizing and Optimizing your Business with PLM

Learn Product Life-cycle Management to benefit your business or even just your resume

Created by Addison Devitry - Applications Engineer


Students: 8388, Price: Free

Interested in organizing and optimizing your business? Learning PLM? Improving your job skills? This class will set you up to pass the Solidpartners PLM Associate Level 1 Exam. 

Organizing and Optimizing your Business with PLM will help you understand difficulties that companies face when running a business and how to fix those problems with PLM. You will understand PLM and be able to use the program to benefit your resume or business. At the end of the course we offer an exam to become a certified PLM user. Whether it benefits you with your resume or helps you organize your business this course is for you.

Look forward to seeing you in the course. Feel free to forward this to friends and colleagues who would benefit.

Product Management for Maximum Impact

Product Management Videos, Insights, Success Metrics

Created by Vasily Starostenko - ​Product Manager at Uber and Tesla, Stanford MBA


Students: 5491, Price: Free

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This class is based on real product management experience with startups, small and large silicon valley companies

In this class we will focus on what Products are, how you manage product, and what defines and makes product successful. We will discuss Product Manager role (PM), key skills and responsibilities of PM, and what distinguishes good PM from bad PM. 

  • Who Product Manager is, what product manager is ultimately responsible for (setting the backlog of what is to be built) and how the go about doing that (knowledge of customer, market, data, industry, technology, etc.)

  • What makes an effective PM (passion for product, strategic thinking, creativity, execution, leadership, cross-functional savvy, etc.).

Then we will take a deeper look into how Strategy is set for New Products, Growth Products, and Mature Products, and how product lifecycle affects priorities.

For each product lifecycle stage will define key success formula which is essential to measuring right things and building Product Strategy that drives success. Formulas we will talk about are

  • New Product Success as a multiple of Market, Team, Product, and Luck,

  • Growth Product Success as Number of Customers, Growth Rate, Virality and K factor,

  • Mature Product Success as Customer Lifetime Value or LTV: Revenue, Gross Margin, Retention, Customer Acquisition Cost

Course Target Audience: Students, curious about what Product Management role is about and how different products are managed. They have a basic understanding of the business world and want to be successful product strategists. They want to know how they can apply the tenets of product strategy to their own business or product, and that's exactly what we are covering in this class.

Course Goals

  • Explain key concepts around Product Management and Strategy

  • Explain qualitative and quantitative aspects of Product Management and critical importance of both

  • Explain product lifecycle stages: New Product, Growth Product, Mature Product and define success for each

What class is NOT about

  • How to decide if Product Manager job is good for me

  • How to get a Product Manager job

  • How to acquire key skills to become a successful product manager

Techniques in Product Management and Leadership

Applied tools for those striving to get into Product Management or those expanding their toolbelt

Created by Ala Shiban - Technical Group Product Manager


Students: 2491, Price: Free

This course focuses on techniques that you can apply to day-to-day Product Management jobs. We provide just enough high-level concepts and focus on tools that you can apply on day 1 in your product job. For those wanting to get into Product Management, this course gives you tools that help you in interviews as well as the mindset of how to solve real-world product problems.

Supply Chain of Perishable Products: Inventory Management

Newsvendor Model in less than 60 minutes

Created by Timofey Shalpegin - Operations and Supply Chain Management Lecturer


Students: 2374, Price: Free

In this course, we will learn how to manage a supply chain of perishable products. After completing the course, you will be able to quickly find the optimal order quantity for any perishable product with any demand pattern. We will also consider the optimal level of overbooking for service businesses.

After taking this course, you will gain the following skills:

  • Improve the expected profits of your business with no extra investment

  • Simulate a complex problem and find the optimal solution in MS Excel

  • Master the Newsvendor Model

You can achieve all these by spending less than 60 minutes of your time!

Product Management

This course will help product people to start right with customer centricity also will be helpful in strategic decision

Created by Vikas Awasthi - Lean, Agile Learner, Product Coach


Students: 1020, Price: Free

The product journey starts with a concept or idea. Most of the time idea dominates the end customer, end result may not be encouraging if proper customer research is not done. This course will provide a thorough knowledge of how to start a product journey with some research so the Idea or product may not face the acceptability issue from customers.