Modern Product Management
for successful products and services

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Product Management has substantially changed over the past years. Alfred Ressenig, founder of RealSkills, experienced both, the traditional scope which was mainly about administrating features of products and services and the modern scope of Product Management which comprises technical and strategic responsibility. Product Management today decides if a venture tops out or fails.

Product Management inhouse training

As a midsized or even larger enterprise you gain particular benefits through the inhouse trainings of RealSkills which are tailored at you individual needs and business environment. Thus, you achieve the best results within the shortest time. Learn more about inhouse trainings.

Product Management consulting

Consulting stands for solving problems. Whatever your Product Management problem is, a solution is not far away and in tight cooperation between you and RealSkills we will find the solution for you.

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Product Management training

Learning on the job is one way for obtaining the needed skills of a Product Manager. Attending professional training courses from a recognized and experienced industry expert is another option with convincing benefits:

  • Participants of specialist trainings obtain skills much faster, in a compact and already practice-proven form. More expertise in less time enables you to gain a competitive edge in the market and achieve your business goals.

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Requirements Management training

Requirements Management is fundamental for Product Management. Due to the increased complexity of technical products and services, due to cost pressure, time pressure and lack of resources, requirements management became more and more critical. Appropriate qualification of Requirements Managers is essential same as well tailored processes.

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Did you know … the origins of Product Management go back to 31st May 1931. Neil H. McElroy wrote a memo to the management of his company Procter & Gamble for introducing "brand men" which should take full responsibility for a product. The proposal was accepted and turned out to be successful.