P4IM Course 3 – Global Business

So you have the innovation bug. Your Startup team have been working on prototyping, early business validation and you have your MVP ready to be let loose on the world!

Welcome to the “Productioneering for International Markets (P4IM) Masterclass. The P4IM is delivered as 3 courses, which can be completed independently. Each course contains a number of key lessons covering the most important elements of consideration in taking your product to global markets.

We recommend that you complete both the P4IM Course 1 – Product Management and the P4IM Course 2 – Operational Excellence prior to starting this final component.

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Taking your product overseas can be appealing. However, the international expansion journey can be treacherous.

Between establishing a fresh customer base, learning new laws and regulations, finding trustworthy partners, and becoming familiar with the local customs, the road to becoming a global company is difficult to navigate.

While not every product business is fit for such a challenge, many are.

Before you decide to make the leap overseas, you need to consider many factors.

This course explores those factors including:

P4IM Course 2 – Operational Excellence

So you have the innovation bug. Your Startup team have been working on prototyping, early business validation and you have your MVP ready to be let loose on the world!

Welcome to the “Productioneering for International Markets (P4IM) Masterclass. The P4IM is delivered as 3 courses, which can be completed independently. Each course contains a number of key lessons covering the most important elements of consideration in taking your product to global markets.

We recommend that you complete the P4IM Course 1 – Product Management prior to starting this course.

Operational excellence can simply be described as a philosophy that embraces problem-solving and leadership as the key to continuous improvement.

Operational excellence is achieved when every member of an organisation can see the flow of value to the customer.

Ultimately, operational excellence is not just about reducing costs or increasing productivity in the workplace, it’s about creating the company culture that will allow you to produce valuable products and services for your customers and achieve long-term sustainable growth.

This course content is Copyright Coventured Pty Ltd. We’ve worked hard to bring you this content, so please do not distribute or use it without written permission from CoVentured Pty Ltd. By enrolling in this course, you agree to respect the Copyright and accept the Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy (links are shown below).

This course covers the following lessons:

P4IM Course 1 – Product Management

So you have the innovation bug. Your Startup team have been working on prototyping, early business validation and you have your MVP ready to be let loose on the world!

Welcome to the “Productioneering for International Markets (P4IM) Masterclass. The P4IM is delivered as 3 courses, which can be completed independently. Each course contains a number of key lessons covering the most important elements of consideration in taking your product to global markets.

We start with the Product Management Course.

Productioneering is all the work, systems and skills required to turn your product into a sustainable revenue generating business. P4IM introduces you to the range of competencies you will need to implement to make your startup thrive on the global stage. Advance your knowledge of the entire product value chain with a deep focus on “productioneering”, the complex and extensive effort and value judgement required to get the working prototype into your customers’ hands.

The product manager has a vital leadership role in ensuring the commercial success of your company’s product ambitions. The product manager draws on skills in lifecycle management, data driven insights, and commercial acumen to successfully launch, optimise and scale new or existing products.

This course content is Copyright Coventured Pty Ltd. We’ve worked hard to bring you this content, so please do not distribute or use it without written permission from CoVentured Pty Ltd. By enrolling in this course, you agree to respect the Copyright and accept the Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy (links are shown below).

This course includes the following lessons: