Most product managers and their teams find value in face-to-face facilitated training.  Sequent’s onsite workshops provide a unique experience through its team-based approach to action learning.  These facilitated programs follow a “tell-show-do” model; to explain concepts, demonstrate application, and allow people to apply.   Sequent works with your company to review content, determine areas of customization, organization of teams, and arrangements for workshops.

Product Management Essentials

This two, three, or four-day corporate workshop and certificate program is designed for product managers who need to establish credible product leadership through a deep understanding of the business of the product across the entire life cycle.

Strategic Product and Portfolio Life Cycle Management Workshop

For product teams who have foundational experience in product management and need to consider their vision, goals, and strategy with greater purpose, this is the workshop for you.

Business Case Workshop

This two-day workshop is designed to bring cross-functional teams together to collaborate on one or more product investment opportunities.

Implementing and Leading Product Management

Designed to help leaders of product organizations and/or managers of product managers enable their teams with the tools, knowledge, and support they need to be successful.

Product Strategy & Roadmapping

This unique program is designed to teach product managers how to construct a product strategy from the ground up. The workshop environment is organized into product teams who collaborate, conduct research and work to uncover new strategic ideas.

Product Life Cycle Optimization Workshop

This workshop holds your key to the future. In two-days, your product teams will learn how to examine their product’s business and market performance and identify opportunities to fine-tune their product’s business and contribution to the firm… at the speed of the market!

Business Acumen Training

A product is a business in a business. Therefore, everyone on a product team, regardless of function, should understand their role in the success of that product’s business. The lynchpin is business acumen.