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How do you drive product and portfolio growth in an increasingly competitive climate?
You build a world-class product management organization and cultivate a top-tier force of product managers. As a global training and advisory services firm, we help our clients make significant, long-term improvements in their people and processes so they can build durable, competitive products with compelling user experiences.
With more than two decades of benchmarking research and our ongoing product management assessments, we constantly study trends and evolving best practices so that our clients can benefit from the advancement of the practice and perfection of product management.
Sequent Learning Networks is a global product management training and advisory services firm. We provide product management assessments, a targeted training curriculum, and advisory services for product management leaders and product teams. Our engagements focus on one or more of the following:
Through our comprehensive product management assessments and diagnostics, we evaluate people, processes, and the enabling infrastructure to better understand learning and organizational development opportunities.
Our curriculum is oriented to the product life cycle. This provides the backdrop to customize content and create an optimal training pathway. Additionally, our outcome-driven action learning programs are designed to create a long-lasting learning experience.
For product management professionals, we provide a host of product management books, templates, podcasts, tools, and other resources that help you stay informed and ensure that the learning never stops.
Great training programs need guideposts that enable participants to both follow and apply their learning. All of our workshops are founded upon one distinct framework that serves this purpose within our core focus area of product management. Sequent Learning Networks is an expert in helping companies build successful product businesses while navigating these complicated and fluid processes, guided by our Product Management Framework.
Many companies today employ hybrid product development methodologies to build and maintain products, with some combination of iterative (agile) and linear (waterfall) processes being utilized. Regardless of methodology, the core of Product Management – keenly understanding your market segments, identifying user needs and optimizing your marketing mix – remains constant.